About Remy aka Krinkle
Remy is a special girl a Belgian Laekenois. The Belgian Laekenois originated as a dog for herding sheep at the Royal Castle of Laeken. Besides its role as a herding dog this breed is also used to guard linen that is placed in fields to dry. In the First and Second World War the Laekenois was used a messenger dog. The Laekenois is considered both the oldest and the rarest of the Belgian Shepherd Dogs. Remy was born Radnor Diamonds r Foreva aka Krinkle. Her mother was Ch Radnor Double Enuf and her father Winjammer Strong Silent Type Imp USA. She had problems trusting humans when she arrived but is very much better now and happily says hello to all our volunteers without any problems at all. She also needs to be a part of an adult family a couple or single person with a true love for dogs who have the patience and time to continue her social development and have the time to spend doing so. She is a typical pup full of energy very playful and needs training. She is very bright and would love to be trained for herding or agility. She is micro-chipped desexed vaccinated.