Hi! My name is Hope, but my foster mom calls me Miss Daisy. I’m a senior enjoying retirement. If you enjoy quiet and peaceful days at home, then I’m your gal. I’m low-key and low-maintenance. I’m not much of an outdoors girl…..I’m out long enough to do my business and then it’s back inside and under my blanket for a long nap. My dog pal Tex tries to entice me to go along with him to visit his groundhog and rabbit friends….although a little curious, a few steps in the backyard is all I care to take. I do enjoy sunbathing in the warm sunlight on the deck, happy to leave the yard shenanigans to the young pups. My foster mom carries me up and down a long flight of stairs to the back yard….I guess I’m helping her get into shape because she says after all is said and done, she’ll have buns of steel….I assume that’s a good thing. There are two occasions….breakfast and dinner….where I get a little frisky and can be found running around. My foster mom says I’m a chow-hound. I have a hearty appetite and enjoy frozen green beans and watermelon as treats. I’m perfect for the leisure-loving human. If you want to know more about me please contact my foster mom, Kelly, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Adoption Fee: $150.00 + $45.00 for a health certificate if going over state lines (required by law). Dogs adopted in New England are subject to additional rules and regulations by the state departments of agriculture. Complying with these regulations is expensive for our rescue, and all dogs adopted in New England states are subject to an additional $135 fee to help cover a portion of these expenses.
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