I am full of love and affection! I am probably the most timid cattle dog you’ve ever met, but once I learn to trust you, I’ll be at your side constantly. My foster mom has been working with me on things like quick movements, loud noises, small appliances and such and I’ve been working really hard with the MOD Squad on other basic behaviors as well.
They tell me I’m a super fast learner and very smart. They are teaching me things like how to wait at doors, how to make eye contact when my person when I need reassurance and to learn that people petting me and handling isn't scary. My foster mom also tells me that I’m just the sweetest little thing ever, I love belly rubs and getting my face stroked (it’s really my favorite.)
I’m still pretty young, and when I get comfortable you’ll see how spunky and energetic I am. I’m a really fast runner, too!! I’m a perfect dog for a quiet house who has time to spend with me, but not a house with little dogs or little people. I also require 6 foot fences as my foster mom says I have kangaroo legs! Please apply to meet me soon!
As part of our December adoption promotion, Daisy Mae's adoption fee has been waived. Because she can take some time to warm up, we are offering an extended trial adoption for approved applicants.
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