Remy - 20032360

Location: Park City, Utah
Color: Orange Roan
Birthdate: October 10, 2008 - Actual
Age: 15 Year, 7 Month
Gender: Neutered Male

  • House Broken
  • Crate Trained
  • OK with Dogs
  • Needs Fenced in Yard

Adopted!!!

Sweet Remy has not had an easy life. This poor old boy was found in a river bed trying to survive off fish guts and anything else he could scavenge. When approached by the people who found him he wouldn’t even stand up. His luck would soon turn as the nice folks who found him turned him into the shelter and was quickly scooped up by ABR. We presume he was tied up outdoors most of his life as he initially was afraid of going inside and the fur around his neck is completely worn away. We assume he eventually freed himself from his tether and wandered off, his owners not bothering to look for him. No dog could be more deserving of a nice warm bed and companion to love him through the best years of his life.Remy gets along great with other dogs. Because he doesn’t see very well, he currently enjoys following the other foster senior, Wilson, around the yard. He seems to be mostly deaf, though occasionally responds to high pitched noises or loud clapping. Though he is still very under weight, he moves well and has a good amount of energy. With more TLC, we expect him to get better and better with time.Remy is neutered, current on all vaccines, microchipped, and tested negative for heartworm. This wonderful boy is ready to go to his forever home and be spoiled rotten!If you have any questions about Remy please contact Bobbi at 801-520-2254 or email abr.ut@americanbrittanyrescue.orgYou can also fill out the adoption application and mention Remy.

Remy - 20032360

Location: Park City, Utah
Color: Orange Roan
Birthdate: October 10, 2008 - Actual
Age: 15 Year, 7 Month
Gender: Neutered Male

  • House Broken
  • Crate Trained
  • OK with Dogs
  • Needs Fenced in Yard

Adopted!!!

Sweet Remy has not had an easy life. This poor old boy was found in a river bed trying to survive off fish guts and anything else he could scavenge. When approached by the people who found him he wouldn’t even stand up. His luck would soon turn as the nice folks who found him turned him into the shelter and was quickly scooped up by ABR. We presume he was tied up outdoors most of his life as he initially was afraid of going inside and the fur around his neck is completely worn away. We assume he eventually freed himself from his tether and wandered off, his owners not bothering to look for him. No dog could be more deserving of a nice warm bed and companion to love him through the best years of his life.Remy gets along great with other dogs. Because he doesn’t see very well, he currently enjoys following the other foster senior, Wilson, around the yard. He seems to be mostly deaf, though occasionally responds to high pitched noises or loud clapping. Though he is still very under weight, he moves well and has a good amount of energy. With more TLC, we expect him to get better and better with time.Remy is neutered, current on all vaccines, microchipped, and tested negative for heartworm. This wonderful boy is ready to go to his forever home and be spoiled rotten!If you have any questions about Remy please contact Bobbi at 801-520-2254 or email abr.ut@americanbrittanyrescue.orgYou can also fill out the adoption application and mention Remy.