Remy was placed in a foster to adopt home in May 2019. When the family was not willing to sign AABR’s adoption contract, Remy was returned to rescue and moved to a new foster placement. She is now in foster with two other boxers and settling in well. Remy loves running and playing in her fenced yard. Her pulmonary stenosis is stable with her medication and she is allowed to set her own activity limits. Remy is crate trained and eager to learn new things. This beautiful girl is ready to find a forever home. If you are interested in adopting Remy, apply today!
Remy is being returned to rescue because she is not getting along with the cats who were recently brought to her home by the owner’s girlfriend. Remy would do best in a home without cats or small dogs, but she gets along well with male dogs her own size. Remy previously lived with a male boxer in her original home. She will be three years old next month. Remy knows all her basic commands and is completely housebroken. She loves to go on walks and to snuggle with her humans. Remy does have Pulmonary Stenosis, which requires daily medication. She has been very stable and shows no negative effects from this condition. Remy is an energetic girl who loves to run in her fenced yard. She has been around older children and has done very well with them. If you are interested in providing a forever home for this sweet girl, apply today for Remy!
4/07/17 – Adopted
Remy is a young boxer around a year of age. She is being surrendered to rescue because Remy is not getting along well with the small dog in her home. She is reported to do well with the male boxer that she lives with. Remy also lives with two older children. She is current on all vaccines and was recently spayed.