GSROC has promised Remington that 2016 will be a better year. You see, Remington was just a small puppy in 2015 when he was hit by a car and left to die by the side of the road. The accident damaged his leg so severely, it could not be saved and needed to be amputated. He was adopted by a home that was moved by his story. Unfortunately, they were unwilling to spend the time and energy needed to train young Remington. Consequently, Remington has a somewhat headstrong personality and has taken it upon himself to become quite protective over his family. He needs a strong leader to help him learn the proper behavior.
GSROC has promised Remington to find him a loving home willing to make the effort needed to help him become a wonderful adult GSD. Remington loves people and likes to make friends. He is active, happy and full of energy. Like most teenagers, he often likes to have things his way. He has a strong opinion of himself and needs an owner that enjoys the GSD personality. He is looking for guidance and a loving family to set limits for him. He is intelligent and eager to show people just how quickly he can learn new things.
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