Meet Echo! She is very outgoing and fun – a true #gem! She is five years old, was found on the beach in #Negril, and is partially blind (possibly due to tick fever). Although she can still see vague shapes and shadows, she sometimes runs into things. Her blindness definitely embarrasses her (especially because she is such a strong-willed, #independent woman) but we laugh about it once and a while, and I think it makes her feel better knowing we all have struggles and limitations. What’s more, her other four senses are very strong, and she is a FANTASTIC #watchdog. Echo is very protective and isn’t afraid of anything. (One time, I saw her jump on G’s – my grandma’s – furniture, and that takes guts!) She is very friendly and gives 110% in all she does. I tell her all the time, she should be a police #dog or something. She is just so #brave and #cool! If you are interested in adopting her, get at me, dawg! Comment or DM me here or tweet me @wheredogsrule. She is from @montegobayanimalhaven and needs a wonderful #home so you can always email them directly at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about #Echo and how you can #ADOPT her. If you can’t adopt her, #sponsor her! (Dogs from @montegobayanimalhaven and @browndog_coalition always appreciate sponsorship to help cut their costs of transport from #Jamaica to #Boston.) And remember, #KING is #wheredogsrule.