Daffodil absolutely ADORES children - if you're looking for a family dog then she is your girl! This beauty is a 3 1/2 year old Hound mix weighing about 50 pounds. Her foster in South Carolina sent the following information to us:
"Daffodil is very smart and trains well. She's very excited to see you. She's sweet and loves long walks and would probably love running with someone even more! She likes to play and really likes to be around you but is fine with laying in her bed while I was in another room too. She respects boundaries fairly well once she knows them (she stayed out of the kitchen with no prompting and did not try to eat dropped food). She would lay down while we ate most of the time so she's a good dinner companion. She loves to lean on you and loves to be petted.
Daffodil slept in her crate and slept through the night very well (plus a few snoozes in the morning didn't bother her). We crated her when we left her alone and she barked a couple of times when we left but seemed settled in when we got home & no chewing or bathroom issues. She would love a home with lots of room to run and play inside and out. Also someone to walk her often and/or run with her. A fenced in yard would be helpful so that Daffodil can run around and play.
Daffodil is a high-energy, but very sweet dog that would love to be around you all day, whether you're petting her or she's just laying nearby while you work (she's never really under foot). She brought a lot of energy and love into our home and she will bring it to you as well!"
Daffodil is up to date on vaccinations, is spayed and is microchipped. Although she is currently in a foster home in NJ with an older Bulldog, her foster family feel that she would probably do best as the only dog in her new home.
If you are interested in Daffodil, go to EHRDOGS.ORG an submit an application. Don't forget to ask for DAFFODIL HEART!!!
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