Remi - Boxer/English Bulldog Mix
Weight: 40 lb
Foster Location: Philly Suburbs, PA
Good with other dogs?: Has met a few dogs on the other side of a fence, seemed fine with all of them, even the ones barking at him.
Good with cats?: No, seems like he wants to chase them. Looses interest in everything/everyone if he sees a cat.
Good with children?: Remi jumps a lot, does not know his own strength. Would not be good with children under 10.
Energy Level: High energy outside, low energy inside.
IQ: Has learned sit and paw, is pretty smart. But also very stubborn.
Remy’s favorite thing in the world is: Food and snuggling
Remy is good: like going for car rides, meeting new dogs, meeting new people, listening to commands
Remi is good inside of the house once he settles down after someone new comes in. He is also learning quickly how to walk on a leash without pulling.
Remi would need a fenced in yard to run around in. He has a ton of energy. He would probably do well with another dog.
Training Needs: Needs to learn manners, not to jump on people, not to pull while walking.
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