Romi! (aka Remy) – Adopted!
- 1.5 years old
- 40 lbs
- Lovingly sponsored by Susan Pollak Birnbaum and George Birnbaum
We don’t really know too much about her background other than she was surrendered to Carson Animal Shelter. Her head is usually tilted to a 2 o’clock position with her ears propped forward. She has an amazing smile and a tiny frame at only around 40 lbs! We believe she is only 1-2 years old. Due to her size, she is compact in size and can be easily carried around. She is pretty calm when around you, loves goes to the dog park and walks. She does not experience separation anxiety, but doesn’t do well with crates. She gets pretty anxious and gets vocal if crated. She does okay with baths and trusts that you have her best interests in mind. She is totally okay with being picked up in any fashion and having her paws cleaned! She learns quickly and has learned sit and wait. She can perform down with success if you guide your hand.
Completely potty trained prior, because of the phenobarbital she is taking, she has an increased appetite and thirst leading to more accidents with peeing inside the home. Due the indoor cats, and no doggie door, she does not have ready access to the outside when she needs to relieve herself. She would probably do better if she had either She does pee on a puppy pad with success, and doesn’t poop overnight or during the day when we are gone/asleep.
Remy is amazing on a leash. She walks gracefully and VERY close to you. She is almost always glued to my left leg. She loves the occasional head pats to let her know she is okay. She is definitely a follower and looks to you for guidance and trust. She always does really well on car rides. She just mostly enjoys laying on the seat, and doesn’t really stick her head out the window.
Remi is an incredibly sweet little girl who really has not had much of a break to date in her life. She has a huge golden personality in a petite golden body. She is a very easy girl, and does not require much other than her daily (inexpensive)medication and someone to ensure that she faithfully take it, which she easily does. Being such an easy girl, she will fit easily in to any number of families. We would really like to place her in a somewhere she has a human around much of the time, as she really loves her human(s). She could be an only dog, but would do really well with a suitable canine companion who can lead her, and not dominate her. Cats would be okays long as they can tolerate her puppy behavior, and see her straight when she pushes the boundaries. She would probably also do well with kids. If you feel that you could give this little girl her perfect forever home, and have completed the application process, please contact her rep at firstname.lastname@example.org.
At around 1.5 years of age, the minimum adoption donation for Remy is $600.