Hi! I'm Remy!

  • Remy
  • Mixed breed
  • 1 year old
  • Female

Weight (approx): 49 lbs

Energy: Medium

Children: Older children 

Dogs: No

Cats: No

Follow Remy on Instagram @harts_good_girl_remy 

Health Notes: Remy came into hart's care after being hit by a car. Her first stop was an emergency vet hospital for surgery for her broken left hind leg where plates and screws were inserted. Now that she has healed up, Remy is ready to find her forever family. Remy is currently on a medication to help her with anxiety but her foster family along with our medical team is working on weaning her off of it.  The cost of this medication is approximately $30/month.  Remy is up to date with her standard antiparasitics, vaccinations (DACPP, Bordatella, Rabies), microchip and spay.

Ideal Home:   A home without animals, she is very relaxed and settled and we haven't noticed the resource guarding behaviours that were there when other animals were around.  She would love to have kids around, but probably a bit older so they can be taught how to interact with her. 

A bit more info about Remy:   She is a very fast learner and will do anything for treats!  On walks, she is a work in progress, but is doing so well!  She mostly walks on a loose leash, she is fed her meals while walking so is rewarded for good leash skills!  She is very much aware of the rabbits in the neighborhood and is getting very good at not reacting!  She does bark at people walking by the window, but we're working on this behaviour.  She is aware of cars driving by on our walks; but it has improved so much as we continue working on desensitization.  If we don't introduce her to people (particularly men) in a certain way, she will bark at them.  She hasn't bitten or snapped, but she is alert - we always have treats for the person meeting her and she is very receptive.  We are also working on desensitization when walking past people and dogs and she handles this very well, she is alert, but mostly doesn't respond.   I haven't seen Remy get irritated with anything.  She smells at the counter if there is food around, but she doesn't try to get it, whine, bark or growl.  I can leave her kibble on the bench while we get ready for a walk and she will smell and lick the bag but not eat it.  If her humans are busy doing something, she will check it out, but then go lie down on the couch.  If we're eating, she lingers for a bit, but once she knows she isn't get anything, she goes and lies down with one of her bones.   She loves people when she gets to know them, loves cuddling, but is still independent, she is such a great dog!

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