She is learning fetch and other commands. This girl is ACTIVE. She loves to give kisses for sure! She is already ringing the bell to go outside. She has an overbite that we are going to have the vet take a look at to see if any teeth need attention when she gets spayed. Nothing stops her from eating her normal food, just want to make sure even her teeth are cared for before adopting her to a forever home.
Daisy is growing bigger each day. She is still a silly ball of sweetness and will most likely be a fun loving goof-ball all her life...the vet thinks maybe she has a bit of Greyhound as well as Shepherd in her. She is getting better at walking on leash and enjoys the outside as well as inside. She would not be happy as an only dog with her owners at work all day.
She will be ready for her forever home at the end of September and when she has her spay surgery they are going to pull her two bottom BABY teeth to lessen their ability to poke into her upper pallet.
If you want an easy-going, lovable, super sweet dog, she might be right for you!
3.5 months old as of Sept 15
Will be spayed and micro-chipped at end of September
25lbs as of August 7, 2016
Assessing House & Crate Training
inquisitive around cats
Good with other dogs
Good with all people she has met
If you would like to meet Daisy, please go to our website to complete our adoption application and someone will get in touch with you.
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