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At A Glance
Carl and Mary S.
May you enjoy the spring! Andy RAGOM alumni 07-496
|In addition to LOVE this dog has the following requirements:|
|Entered Foster Care||Fence||Kid Friendly||Another Dog||Cat Friendly|
|This is the most recent information available; however, it may change as we learn more about the dog.|
Please welcome Remington 14-413 into RAGOM. The sweet boy has had a rough end of the year, but 2015 will prove to be a better!
What we know about Remington is that he lived with his first family until October 2014, and then he was surrendered to a small rescue. He was diagnosed with Hepatic Encephalopathy as a pup and needed medicine and special food which was not provided by the shelter. Shortly after adoption, he became very ill and his family took Remington to the vet where he was found to have a medical issue which required medicine that needed to be given 4 times a day and special food. Remington's adopted family had already fallen in love with him, but knew they could not give Remington what he needed at this time, so they made the most loving and difficult decision to surrender him to RAGOM. Remington has been taken care of by the VCA in Richfield along with some RAGOM volunteers. We are so thankful for everyone's care.
Now for the really good stuff. Remi is a super-duper sweet boy. Looks to be a Lab with a slender build, around 65 pounds. He has bonded very quickly with my husband and I, so I am confident he will bond quickly with his new family when they find him.
This goofball is definately ready to find his forever family, so contact your placement advisor if you would like to learn more about him.