Remington. Not a gun. Not a razor. But a Beagle! Estimated to be eight to nine years old, this Beagle mix arrived at the Harnett County Animal Shelter in North Carolina on April 7th. We don’t how or why Remington ended up at the shelter, but we do know that as an older dog in a crowded rural kill shelter, his life was in danger.
On April 14th, RADAR provided an offer to assist with Remington’s vet costs as an incentive for a rescue to take him. Jan Grafton and her Juliet’s House Rescue in North Carolina pulled Remington! He was safely out of the shelter on April 16th. Fortunately, Remington tested heartworm negative; however he did need dental care.
Remington had his dental treatment, along with his neutering, done on May 5th. Jan told us this about Remington (who’s also known as Remi): “He’s a terrific little Beagle boy! Remi is a little shy at first. He likes to cuddle and snuggle. Remi is great with female dogs and cats. He has also been around children and does fine. He likes to play, and doesn’t act like a senior citizen!” Click here to see more photos of Remington.
RADAR paid all $110 of Remington’s dental care and neutering costs.
UPDATE! All funds for Remington have been raised! Thank you!
UPDATE! Remington has been adopted!
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Added on May 20, 2014.