***Remus is now RESERVED. We are no longer accepting applications for Remus. Thank you***

Remus is new to Homeless Hounds and is currently residing in emergency boarding.

This handsome boy thrives on human company, and loves nothing more than being by your side watching soaps with you on the couch! He can be left for around 4 hours with no issues, he is also crate trained, and will happily sleep in there all night. He a very good boy in the home and is non destructive.

Remus will bark if he hears the window cleaner or if he hears the bins being emptied by the council each week, but he won’t bark if he hears the postman!

While out on his walks, Remus does pull a little at first but soon settles into a gentle stroll. When other dogs approach him he does have a waggy tail and likes to say “Hi”. Remus has never been let off the lead because if he is startled, he will run off.

Although Remus is dog friendly when outside of the home, he very much prefers to be the only dog in the home to have all the attention from his owner. For this reason Remus will be rehomed where he will be the only pet.

Remus will keep himself occupied by playing with his toys, but being a bull breed he will need non destructive toys like Kong or tough wood toys, otherwise they will not last long! He also likes playing with water from the hose pipe.

Remus know basic commands like “sit”, “where’s your toy”, “No” and “Walkies”. He is your typical bull breed and is stubborn, boisterous, excitable (sometimes he can be mouthy), energetic, affectionate, giddy and best of all cuddly!



To adopt Remus, please complete our adoption application form. We welcome applications from across Lancashire but unfortunately we are unable to consider applications from further afield. Homeless Hounds cannot rehome dogs to families with children under the age of 5. Home check and adoption donation applies.

Thank you

Male ~ English Bull Terrier ~ 2 & Half Years Old ~ House Trained ~ Great House Guest ~ Good On The Lead ~ Crate Trained ~ Knows Basic Commands ~ New To Homeless Hounds