Daisy was surrendered by her previous owner to a kill-shelter in East Tennessee. She was out of time, and on the warning list to be killed when her foster mom stepped up to save her. Here's what Daisy would like you to know about her....
"Hi everyone- my foster mom calls me "Daisy", and I really like. I'm a Boxer/ Staffy mix around one year old. My foster family tells me all the time how happy and beautiful I am. They also say I'm super smart; because I already know how to "sit" and give "paw", I'm completely housebroken, and I'm crate trained. My hobbies are going on walks, playing with toys, and eating ice cream made especially for me. I really enjoy quiet snuggle time too, which means just being in the same room as my family or laying beside them to get extra love. Meeting new people is fun to me, I haven't met anyone I don't like, including children. I'm currently being tested around my 4-legged brothers and sister, and have done well. But haven't had the chance to meet a cat yet. I have a big heart with lots of love to offer... Will you open your heart & home to me forever?"
Daisy is up-to-date on vaccines, microchipped, up-to-date on monthly preventatives, and spayed. She weighs approximately 65 lbs. We estimate her DOB to be around 08/01/2015. She is in foster care in East Tennessee. Her adoption fee is $300 which includes all vetting and transport. Vet references, personal references, and home visits may be required prior to adoption.
If you'd like to find out more information about our adoption procedure or to apply for this dog, please visit our link: http://poochesonthemove.net/paws-of-valor/. You may also e-mail us at email@example.com to request an adoption application. We look forward to talking to you soon!
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