Daisy will dance with joy if you'll just take her home with you and give her a real "forever home". She thought she had found her family when someone abandoned her in front of a lady's home and she lived there happily for 2 years. But her owner had to move and Daisy ended up at the local shelter. Luckily a rescue was called in and now Daisy is at Eleventh Hour Rescue and patiently waiting to find a forever home while in the care of her loving foster mom.
Daisy can be a little shy when she first meets you but once she gets to know you better she is very affectionate - in fact, all she wants to do is be with "her" people or person. She is a loving little cuddle bug if you're looking for a super affectionate companion. Daisy walks well on a leash, is housebroken and is crate trained - she sleeps in her crate all night. She likes toys and enjoys playing fetch. And if you're going for a ride in the car, take her along because she's a great co-pilot!
In the presence of other dogs, Daisy is nervous and so we feel that she would do best in a house where she is the only pet. Also, we feel that a home with older, respectful children (ages 10 & up) would be most appropriate for this girl. But Daisy absolutely loves people & wants to be with you to show you how much she loves you. Please give Daisy a chance to show you what a great pup she is!
Daisy is a little 30 pound, 4 year old Border Collie Mix, spayed and fully vetted. She would just love to find a lap to snuggle in. Daisy is a very gentle soul who just wants to be loved. So if you are looking for a great little dog, then Daisy is the dog for you.
Please fill out an application on this sweet dog today, and be sure to mention her name DAISY (MONA SCAS)!!
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