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Remi (fka Doughnut Hole) D182102

Australian Shepherd / Mixed (short coat) / Male / Adult

Details about Remi (fka Doughnut Hole) D182102

  • ID D182102
  • Available for Adoption
  • Dog
  • Black with Tan, Yellow or Fawn
  • Coatlength: Short
  • Activity Level: High
  • Good with Dogs: Yes
  • Good with Cats: No
  • Good with Adults: All
  • Reaction to New People: Cautious

More about Remi (fka Doughnut Hole) D182102

  • Energy Level: High
  • Yard Required: Yes
  • Fence: Any Type
  • Indoor/Outdoor: Indoor Only

Name: Remi
Age: DOB 11/26/2018
Gender: Male 
Breed: Australian Shepherd mix mix
Weight: 43 lbs
Dog friendly: Yes
Cat friendly: No
Kid friendly: Yes
House Trained: Yes
Crate Trained: Yes
Energy level: High
History: Owner surrender
Adoption Fee: $500


From the Foster:

Remi is the sweetest boy and has settled really well in our home and into our 9-5 work routine. He has had no potty training or kennel issues since he arrived. Remi knows lots of commands but sort of picks and chooses when he wants to follow them. He would benefit from more practice to solidify his training which we've been doing during meal times.
Remi loves other dogs and gets along great with his sometimes-temperamental foster brother and the neighbor dogs on either side of our fence. We have a small fenced yard but it seems to be just enough space to chase his foster brother around and work out his zoomies. After his outside time, Remi is content entertaining himself with his toys or cuddling on the couch while the humans watch tv or play games. 
Remi has been very 0 to 60 with his feline foster sister, either ignoring her completely or deciding she needs to be herded into another room so a cat-free home would be best.
Remi is not a fan of human strangers, especially men, and will let out warning barks if a neighbor is outside but calms pretty quick when he realizes they're just passing. He would do best in a home where he can get slowly introduced to a couple of visitors at a time and his humans understand his limits so they can help keep him feeling safe while he learns that new people aren't so scary after all.