Remi is a sweet and happy kid -- and now that she's recovered from non-contagious demodex mange, she's one gorgeous black dog. (We thought she was going to be gray when we got her from the shelter with no hair!)
Remi is about a year old, 40 lbs, and she's settling into her foster home. She's crate trained, LOVES to play out in the backyard, and she's good with dogs and kids and so far she's ignored the resident kitty. She's a nice medium size and we don't expect her to get any bigger.
Here's what Remi's foster mama says about her:
- She loves walks and walks beautifully on a leash. She's trained on prong and e-collar.
- She is very attentive to her humans and eager to please.
- She LOVES her toys and laying in the sun with them.
- Her favorite game is fetch. She gallops like a puppy when she plays.
- She wants to be part of the family, playing, cuddling and getting rubs any chance she can.
- She has the cutest little ear thing going on where one is perked up and the other lays flat. Adorable!
- She is highly food motivated so easy to train.
- She understand no, sit, crate, comes to her name. When it's time to eat she runs into her crate herself.
- She is extremely smart and learns the house rules very quickly. She's mild mannered -not too confident and not too meek.
- She loves kids and dogs! She really loves them!
- She will make an incredible companion!
If you'd like to meet Remi, please fill out an adoption application at www.BullsEyeRescue.com and we'll be in touch!
Her adoption fee is $275 and requires an adoption application (bullseyerescue.com), interview and meet n greet, personal and vet references, and a home check. Due to our small size, we're unable to adopt out of state (located in Atlanta, Georgia).
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