Remington Steele was raised as a livestock guardian in Texas, but kept leaving the sheep alone, so he was given to the Great Pyrenees Rescue Society and they brought him to the Pacific NW. He was quickly adopted to a family and just as quickly returned to the rescue and deemed an “escape artist.” But from the first time I saw his photo, I knew we were meant for each other – he was my fluffy soul mate. We spent 7.5 fun-filled, adventurous years together, hiking and exploring, and laughing – his antics kept us so amused! Remington was well-known and adored throughout our neighborhood. He brought joy to so many in his lifetime, but especially our family. He was a gentle giant who cared for, protected, and loved us (his true flock). He really was so special to us and will always hold a place in our hearts. I will always love you, Remington. Thanks for joy, laughs, adventures, and beautiful memories. Enjoy digging your giant holes and rolling in them, you’ve earned it, buddy.
A donation was made in Remington Steele's memory and the memorial was created on May 17, 2021.