Remington Steele

I decided, in the interest of fair play, to post a few pictures of my dogs. Well, fair play and because they’re out by the road protesting that they’re not getting any online attention. They feel upstaged by those ducks. Because he’s bigger and can knock me down if he doesn’t feel loved I’m starting with Remy whose full name is Remington Steele.

My Anatolian Shepherd, Remington

Yep. I’m one of those people who give dogs middle names. Middle names are what Pete, when he was tiny, used to call the “bad name.” And since dogs are often bad they need middle names!

Remington is not named after the old television show! We got him in Arkansas and, on the way home I saw a sign for a second-hand shop. The sign consisted mostly of a huge picture of an old Remington typewriter. I thought, “Hmm. Those typewriters were solid and tough and lasted forever. Good name!” And Steele is a family surname. And consequently,  he became Remington Steele.

Remington typewriters are not my dog Remington

Remy is a really sociable guy. He loved playing at the dog park (when it was still in existence) and never met a dog he didn’t like.

Remy at the park

Remy always had a thing for small dogs. He loves them! But he loved that big girl because she could keep up with him running!

Remy also loves watching t.v. and videos on the computer. I think he’s a closet nerd who would like to be able to hop online and start his own You Tube channel.

Remy loves prgrams about dogs!

Two of Remy’s favorite things to watch on t.v. are The Dog Whisperer and The Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show!

Remy fascinated by the fish

He recently figured out the ducks’ feeder fish are actually alive.

Remy prefers watching our ducks on video

Remy prefers watching the ducks on video. In the bathroom they splash him and he’s quite sure that could melt him!

I hope you enjoyed this glimpse into Remy’s days. I’d love to hear about your dogs!

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6 thoughts on “Remington Steele

  • February 10, 2017 at 8:11 am
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    How lovely to meet Remy. He is gorgeous and looks like a really snuggly boy.

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    • February 10, 2017 at 1:23 pm
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      He’s very sweet but we’ve learned he’s very protective of his property, including us. If we say someone is nice he’s great; practically sits on people’s laps. But if someone comes to the house, especially at night, he’s quite intimidating!

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  • February 10, 2017 at 12:47 pm
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    Remy sounds delightful! My dog, Zoey is an international dog, having lived with us in the U.S., Canada and Peru. She’s spunky and thinks she should be able to get away with eating chocolate. Once she gobbled up a whole burnt pan of brownies out of the garbage as soon as my daughter’s back was turned.

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    • February 10, 2017 at 1:34 pm
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      Remy ate a pound of cooked bacon I needed for a recipe one night. He’s sweet and very lovey but he is evil and must be destroyed! lol

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  • February 10, 2017 at 8:50 pm
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    Aww, he is so gorgeous and sweet!! xo

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    • February 11, 2017 at 7:26 am
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      Thank you! He really is a great dog! He was supposed to be my service dog but….

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