I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, and not good with dogs.
This is our Daisy - a one-year-old sweetheart who weighs 10-11 lbs. Daisy is a Chihuahua mix and we believe she is mixed with Miniature Pinscher. She is a beautiful brown and tan color.
Daisy was a shelter dog down in Kentucky who was pulled by one of our members and fostered until we could arrange a transport. We don’t know much of her past history. Daisy has been completely vetted – spayed, updated all her vaccinations, heartworm and fecal tested (results negative) and micro-chipped.
We have observed that she is an active young dog who loves to jump. She loves to jump up and down while I’m preparing food on the counter. Daisy is house, crate and leashed trained. She eats her food in her crate, as she can be food aggressive with the other dogs. When she sees that it’s time to eat, she’ll hop in her crate and wants the door closed. She thoroughly loves her crate. Daisy could be easily crated during a day if you work – however, as soon as you open the crate, you'd better have the outside door open!
Daisy has the tendency to be a lady's dog and can be somewhat fearful/scared of men. She has been with us over two weeks and she’s getting accustomed to us. She will need someone who will understand that she needs to be the one who approaches you first until she knows you and trusts you. When she first arrived, we would have to open the crate door and allow her to come out on her own terms. If we went to pull her out, she would seriously growl. However, she has come to trust us and these experiences are in the past. However, she might need time to build that relationship once again in her new home.
Daisy loves to cuddle and give kisses. She loves attention. She loves to play and lounge around on the couch. She enjoys treats and she prefers to have them given to her once she gets in her crate.
Daisy would probably do best with an older single woman who has experience with the Chihuahua breed. We would prefer her adopter to have a fenced-in yard. She’ll be a wonderful companion!
Adoption Donation Fee = $250
If you have any questions please contact the foster home at the link found at http://puppypalsrescue.com/Dogs_Daisy1687.html. Fill out an application if you are interested in adopting this pup - you can find those at http://puppypalsrescue.com/Applications.html. (Email the foster home and let them know you applied so they can be sure the application is received!)
Daisy just can't wait to find a forever home! Thanks!!!