Remy

Remy
Color: 
Tan/Black
Breed: 
Mixed Breed
Gender: 
Male
Age: 
10 months

Remy's ready to find a new home to blossom in! A friendly, active and smiley adolescent guy, Remy is looking for an adopter who can give him some positive reinforcement training to help him mature into the calm, cool and collected adult dog he wants to be—and if there’s some time left over for adventures, even better!

Big fan of: Staying active! Remy is a high-energy pup who enjoys nothing more than burning some calories. Sign Remy up for lots of long walks outside—or even better, long runs! If the weather’s bad and it’s better to stay indoors, Remy knows how to keep himself active and entertained. When he’s not begging you for attention or chasing after toys, Remy likes to play his favorite game called “how many squeaky toys can I fit in my mouth at once?” Right now, his record is two, but he’s working on more. Remy is also a big fan of rope toys and could easily be a tug champion! But, the cutest thing about Remy isn’t his love of running or his love of playtime—it’s the full-body wiggle he does when he’s excited to see his friends! Remy is a people dog through and through and adores just about everyone he meets.

Working on: His adult manners! Remy is still learning how to be a mature grown-up and hasn’t yet mastered all the tricks that go along with being a responsible adult dog. He’s gotten better at remembering not to jump up on people or grab his leash while at the Adoption Center, but it’s likely that these behaviors will resurface when he first gets into his new home. After a two-week period to settle in, Remy would love to attend obedience classes where he can continue to refine these manners and learn even more.

Dream home: Remy is looking to go home with an adopter who can keep him active and entertained, as well as someone who can provide him the training he needs. A jogging buddy would be this pup’s dream! Because he can be a little much for small kids, Remy’s new family should consist of teens and up, and his adopter should be sure to introduce him to any potential canine siblings or doggy friends one-on-one first.

Remy

Remy

Remy