Description: Daisy Elizabeth is white with a few brown spots on her short-haired coat. Long-limbed, lean, and muscular, she has soft brown ears and large brown patches on her face.
Personality: Daisy Elizabeth is outgoing and adores belonging. Inquisitive and quick to learn, she wants to please her humans. She loves her walks and is learning how not to be a zig-zagger. Some of her favorite things are snuggling, playing with her toys, and her comfy dog bed. Although she will gaze longingly at the dinner table, she doesn’t beg. Daisy was already housetrained when she came to IAR. A great outdoors companion, she loves playing fetch and sticks close by. Her foster brother and sister love to tunnel out of the yard; but Daisy just cocks her head as if to say, "What is WRONG with you? Why would you ever want to leave here?" She really enjoys her baths, and because her coat is short, she dries really quickly. Daisy is a great dog for an active family. We wish we could keep her!
Animal History: Daisy Elizabeth was found wandering in Chatham County, underweight, with bloody ears, and neck abrasions from being chained.
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