8/18/20 FOSTER UPDATE: Daisy is such a sweet girl! It’s hard to believe that she spent her entire life on a chain because she is transitioning so well into our home. She arrived a little nervous and anxious, but she is quickly acclimating to life indoors. She has had zero accidents and doing great with her house training. Although we have only been using her crate for short periods, she is also becoming more comfortable in her crate. She always wants to be with her human, so we are working on establishing a routine and her independence.
Daisy is a playful dog but also has a very low key temperament. Daisy is equally content playing with her toys or just relaxing around the house. She enjoys going for walks and is doing great with the help of her prong collar. She walks like a champ!
Daisy craves attention and loves to cuddle and give kisses….much to the dismay of her foster sister. She is doing well in a home with another dog, but she is currently showing dominance, so she likely would be best with a more submissive doggie sibling. Daisy gets more comfortable every day, and it has been so rewarding watching this sweet girl transition.
The gorgeous hunk of chocolate is perfect for anyone with a sweet tooth. Perhaps she has her own sweet tooth, because, at 78 pounds, she is a little overweight and needs to temporarily substitute some green beans to her diet. We’re not 100% of her age but guessing between 3-4 years. Her family surrendered her when animal control was call and the family was not willing to comply with the demands to improve her life. She has lived her entire life on a chain in a heavily weeded yard. The greenery was so high, no one could even see this beauty from the street. We are so grateful to those who reached out to save Daisy from a less than desirable existence. With some guidance, we feel confident she’ll adjust to life inside with a cozy bed, food management, and a lot of tummy rubs.
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