Hello everyone my name is Remington and I'm about 8 months old. I know commands such as sit, down, and shake and love to play with my foster brother and sister who are a lot bigger than me. I am looking for my forever home but I need a family that will help me go through training and understand that I sometimes don’t like anyone touching things, that I think are mine. My new family will need to have patience and know that I am still a puppy and need lots of exercise and activities to keep me busy. I like going for walks and love to be petted, but I do not like being picked up all of the time. I have my adult teeth coming in and chewing helps me feel better. If you have lots of bones and chew toys that will really help me too. My foster family does not have any cats but thinks I would be ok if my new family has some. I am always around bigger kids so we’re not sure how I would do around small children and toddlers but I think I love everyone! If you’re willing to give me a chance, please fill out an application! I would really love to be in my forever home soon!
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