Date of Birth: Approx. 02/27/2013
Breed: Boxer / Mastiff
Dog friendly: Yes, should have other pets in forever home
Cat friendly: Yes
Kid friendly: Yes, would love to live with kids in her forever home
House trained: Yes
Crate trained: Yes
Energy level: Moderate
History: Pulled from an animal shelter
Adoption Fee: $350
From the Foster: Daisy is a super sweet boxer mix. She is pretty much the perfect dog! She ignores the fosters cat, gives sloppy wet kisses and ignores when the family is eating. Her foster brother is a 9 month old puppy that annoys her but if she had the choice she will ignore him. Daisy is a big couch potato who loves nothing more than to spend her time snoozing in the couch next to her family. She's crate trained and potty trained. Daisy loves car rides and walks, although like any bully breed she is pretty strong and pulls on the leash when she's excited. She loves treats and although she doesn't know a lot of commands yet, but she's so well behaved that it doesn't seem to matter much. She is really good with the kids that she lives with...they are 8 & 10 years old.
All dogs are in individual foster homes throughout the Twin Cities.
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