No one said it would be easy, they only said it would be worth it.
Meet Lovely! Lovely was rescued from Jeju public shelter, the highest kill shelter in South Korea. Rescuers guess she is mixed of spitz and Jindo, so she wouldn’t grow to be too big, around 25lbs full grown. She likes to sit or lay down next people and snuggle up. Lovely is a very curious and smart girl. She can be selective with dogs and will let dogs know when she’s feeling uncomfortable. Lovely is not a barker much, but will bark when she hears a out or strange noise. Otherwise, she is a sweet and affectionate girl. We are looking for a home who understands the responsibilities of owning and raising a puppy. Lovely is patiently waiting!
“Hi Melody, Things are going well with Remi (formerly known as Lovely). She spent her first week in Davis with me, and now we are at my parents place in Millbrae. She has gotten along with every person she has met. She loves to run around my parent's yard; there's a lot of space for her to run around and get her energy out during this social distancing. She's still very picky about where she chooses to potty (like she rarely goes during her walks), but she will go in the backyard so that's good.
The first few days back in Millbrae were rainy, but that did not stop Remi from wanting to go outside. She really likes to sit on the porch area and just stare at the rain falling (as you can see in one of the photos). In some photos, you can see she loves to play with her toys and she is really gentle with them. She's also a quick learner and has already learned sit, down, shake, high five and spin; it helps that she is super treat motivated.
Overall, she is a very sweet dog and I am very happy she's part of our family. Thank YOU and Love & Second Chances for bringing her in to our lives. Her Instagram @remi__lemi (with 2 underscores). -Fiona”
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If you have extra time on your hand and would like to help please consider volunteering! Rescue groups need dedicated volunteers to help with events, fundraisers, home checks, transports, etc. All of these things help enable the rescue to expand their network and help more dogs in need.