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My name is Daisy Rogue!

German Shepherd Dog Mix Dog for adoption in Oakley, California - Daisy Rogue
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Animal Rescue Recon, Inc.

Facts about Daisy Rogue

  • Breed: German Shepherd Dog Mix
  • Color: Gray/Blue/Silver/Salt & Pepper
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
Daisy Rogue was rescued from The Martinez Shelter two years ago, she was returned to our care about a month ago. Daisy Rogue was thought to have a sensitive stomach, but has since been diagnosed with Megaesophagus – a condition that makes it hard or impossible to eat and drink water from a bowl like a normal dog. Her foster mom has come up with a diet that has works with no vomit.
She does not allow Daisy Rogue free roam of the water. She gives her a bowl of water to drink like a normal dog three times a day right before she feeds Daisy Rogue. Then she puts Daisy Rogue in the Bailey chair and gives her regular dog food. She grinds the food up then adds water and some coconut milk for calories. Its ends up like thick oatmeal. Daisy Rogue eats the food just fine and does fine in the chair. She is feeding her three times a day now to put weight on her she may be able to go to twice a day after she gains some weight.
Daisy Rogue is great with the dogs and cats, very sweet and likes to play. Her feeding seems pretty easy if someone adopted her as an inside dog and as an only dog so they don’t have to worry about water being left down. That would need to be someone that wants a true companion dog with them at all times.

Animal Rescue Recon makes sure that each dog is current on its vaccinations, has been or will be spayed or neutered, and is microchipped to help keep pets out of the shelters and get them back home where they belong. For more information or to schedule an appointment to meet Daisy Rogue contact Animal Rescue Recon 925-392-7654

- Since all of our adoptable pets are currently in foster homes, please contact Animal Rescue Recon to set up an appointment for a meet and greet. If there is already a dog or children in the home, please plan on bringing them too.

- Pictures of secured fencing is required for all Animal Rescue Recon dogs unless approved for apartment living.

- If you rent a home or apartment we need to review your lease agreement to verify pets are allowed upon adoption.

About Animal Rescue Recon, Inc.

About Our Rescue Group...

Animal Rescue Recon, Inc. was established in September 2012 by a group of dedicated, hard-working animal lovers, all with a passion to make a difference and give unwanted animals a second chance.

Based out of Oakley, CA, Animal Rescue Recon serves East Contra Costa County - an area that has minimal options for homeless or abandoned animals.

Our all-volunteer group has various levels of experience in the field of animal rescue, but all have a heart for helping to find forever homes for our voiceless, furry friends. We have no paid staff - we operate solely on volunteers and services donated by members of the community and local businesses.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Adoptions are held each Saturday at Pet Food Express in Antioch on Lone Tree Way in the Slatten Ranch Shopping Center.

Check out our current schedule at:
http://www.animalrescuerecon.com/Adoptions-Calendar.html

Our Adoption Process...

Our adoptions fees are determined to help recover our expenses put into the dog for vaccinations, spay/neuter and microchip. The fee is normally $300 and in some cases could be less.

We will perform a home-check and/or require pictures of your yard's fencing & gates.

Typically we do not adopt to families with children under the age of 5 unless we know the history of the dog or have witnessed the animal's exposure and reaction to small children.

If you currently own a pet, controlled introductions will be scheduled.

Renters must provide a copy of their lease agreement which reflects the property's pet policy.