Hi Everyone. My name is Remi. I’m a sweet girl black lab mix about 8 years old. My human friends tell me whatever I’m mixed with must be cute and sweet because they say I am. I have had some rough times in my life, but I’m not complaining. I survived being left outside in a pen most of the time when I was very young. For a while my brother was with me but he went away and I was alone. Luckily there were some good people who lived nearby and saw me and tried to do some nice things for me even though I wasn’t their pup. They managed to get me spayed and updated on shots but then they moved away. The next people who moved into the neighborhood tried to do more good things for me, but now it looks like I really need to find another family. My family loves me but they just don't have time to spend with me ... and I really love people and attention.
So … here are some things that I like … I love to be outside in the day time. I’m quite an explorer so a large fenced yard would probably be the best for me … to keep me from getting hurt. I really don't like being tied outside and being left alone. I like to come inside at night or when the weather is too hot, or too cold, or too rainy or snowy … and I will even sleep in the bed with you if you want me to. I’m pretty low-key even though I do like to play. I like most other dogs and cats OK, but I would really like to be an only dog because I would really like to get all the love and attention since I haven’t had much during my life. I think I like most 2-legged kids OK as long as they’re nice to me and want to play with me. I will walk on a leash with you (but sometimes I get excited and pull too hard) and I will ride as far as you want to go. Car rides are one of my favorite things.
***PLEASE NOTE: Remi is not currently with AAMR. She is still with a family who has asked for our help in finding a new home for her. Potential adopters should contact Teresa at 540-613-4966 for additional information. Remi is currently living in Bedford, VA ***
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