Remington (Remi) is a 9 month old red boy. Remi is docked, his ears are cropped but don’t stand most of the time. Remi weighs about 70 lbs and is long and lanky. He is a very handsome boy, tall, long legs and a face that begs for attention.
Remi has the enthusiasm and energy of a child and loves to play, chase the balls, go for walks or hike to parts unknown to discover what new things are out there. Due to his young age, a physically fenced yard, no e fences, is required for Remi’s adoption. He needs some help on his leash skills but because he is so food motivated, this should progress quickly. He is interested in everything. He needs an adopter who is active. Training will help to corral some of Remi’s energy and get him started to his best life. He is a good candidate for obedience, rally or agility, whatever an adopter might be interested in. Remi is looking for an active adopter who wants to walk and hike and do things with him. If you are a couch potato, Remi will certainly be pulling you off that couch for a game of ball whenever he can.
Remi would be good as an only dog or with a playful larger breed female. He might be a bit much for smaller or less active/playful dogs.
If you are interested in Remi, please contact DAR&E today.
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Remi was an owner turn in and is a very happy boy.
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