Daisy is an approximate 2 year old Pitty/American Bulldog mix that was surrendered to Philly ACCT due to her owners not having enough time for her.
At the shelter, Daisy was completely terrified, trembling, and shut down. We saw some videos taken by volunteers at ACCT of Daisy circulating on social media, as thousands of you also witnessed. Our president Melissa and board director Jennifer immediately went to ACCT to bring her in to foster care with Jennifer.
After a night in foster care, Daisy seemed to have trouble breathing. She was rushed to our ER vet Quakertown Veterinary Clinic where it was determined she had broken pneumonia in her left lung. She was treated and then did well in foster care!
Daisy was adopted in February 2016 and unfortunately returned several months later, as it was just not a good fit - sometimes this happens! Daisy is once again back in foster care and is available for adoption.
At this time, we are recommending Daisy be the only dog in the home, as she has been reactive to other dogs she has seen. She also does well with SOME cats, but not all, so we are recommending a home with no kitty friends. She remains to be extremely sweet with people and older children and all she wants is belly rubs and snuggles!
Daisy will remain in foster care for a minimum of 30 days while she decompresses from a new home environment. We are accepting applications now, but the earliest she will be eligible to go to a forever home is 8/16/16.
Daisy is currently spayed, up to date on vaccines, dewormed, 4dx heartworm negative, and on monthly preventative. She will be microchipped prior to adoption.
For an adoption application on Daisy, visit our website awww.bellareedpbr.com/adoption
For more photos of Daisy, visit her photo album on our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/BRPBR
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