Remy Needs A Home, Could It be Yours?
Tuesdays are one of my favorite days on the morning show because we get to find a pet a home and family. As usual, Kate from Tri County Humane Society checked in to tell us about Remy, a cute pup.
Remy has been at Tri County Huimane Society for a couple of months now, watching other dogs get adopted and taken to their new homes. No such luck for Remy yet, so let's change that. It's Remy's day! Here's a little bit about Remy;
Meet Remy! This sweetheart came to TCHS due to her previous owner no longer having the time to care for her. She was adopted and returned about a month later due to her owners moving and not being able to take her with. Her previous owner said she did not get along well with dogs. In the shelter setting, she has been very reactive and unfriendly towards other dogs. Due to this, we recommend Remy not go to a home with any other dogs. A family with experience managing a dog-reactive dog will be ideal to set Remy up for success. It is unknown how Remy does with cats, but she may have a higher prey drive so it is recommended she not go home with cats. This pretty girl lived with kids in her previous home and loved them. Often times her favorite place to sleep was with her small human friend. Slow and proper introductions are still recommended when meeting any new friends!. Remy is house trained and crate trained. When not sleeping with her people you could find her napping in her crate. Remy scares easily from loud noises. She was described as being a loving little snuggle bug in her previous home. Remy tends to have separation anxiety when being left alone and may do best in a home where her family is home often. She has show symptoms of possible allergies and has been started on treatment while in the shelter; will need follow up with her new veterinarian. Could this sweetheart be your new best friend?! Donations and adoption fees help cover the cost of spay/neuter surgeries, micro-chipping, vaccinating, de-worming, any medical procedures and general care ~~DEPOSITS MAY BE PLACED ON ADOPTABLE ANIMALS by calling 320-252-0896
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