After a very hard decision the owners have decided it best to find Daisy a new home. Their schedules have changed, their kids have busy schedules and are not able to spend the time with Daisy that she deserves. She has been a well loved and cared for part of the family and they know she deserves more time and attention than they can give her. They describe her as a very playful, happy, energetic dog who always seems to be smiling. (When GGLRR met Daisy this is what we experienced with her!)
What we know about Daisy:
They got Daisy from an older couple who could not handle a puppy and they have had her since she was 3 months old. She has grown up with kids that currently range in age from 6-15 years. She has no issues with people or other dogs and truly is a Big love bug. She wants to be with people and just loves the attention and the petting. She is a well-trained dog and knows: Sit, stay, down, come, heel, leave it, wait, off and she walks on a gentle leader. She is a strong dog and could use a refresher on leash walking. She will bark at people who approach the house but stops once she knows you. She has a VERY gentle mouth, likes to ride in the car, loves to play ball but Daisy is not fond of the water.
From Foster Family:
We love Daisy! She is a very easy girl and loves loves our kids! She can be left alone with no issues, she has access to in and out and does not disturb anything when we are gone. She will bark when people come to the door but once she meets anyone she is fine. We have been working with her on leash manners on our walks and she is doing great and does not pull on the leash on our walks. She sleeps on her bed in the hallway – we can’t say enough good things about Daisy. Daisy will bark at other dogs on leash but we have had dogs in our home off leash with Daisy with no issues. If Daisy does bark you give her a correction and she will stop; she is a well-trained girl! Daisy is a girl who wants to do the right thing as she just loves to be around people and will listen to what is asked of her.
Daisy could be in a home with older kids and other dogs but not a home with cats; she likes to chase them! We would recommend Daisy not be adopted to anyone who lives in the city as the constant sights and sounds are too much for her.
Daisy has not had any health issues, she is current on her shots, takes regular flea and tick medicine and heartgurad, she is spayed and we will check to see if she is microchipped. Daisy is taking proin and is doing great; as long as she is on the medication she does not have any accidents. (The cost for her medication is around $20 a month.) She is housetrained and has been an indoor dog her entire life.
If you are looking for a sweet Daisy girl to be part of your pack please email Rescue Rep Liz at email@example.com or call 415-613-6374.
(Please keep in mind we are all volunteers, most of us work full time and we all have personal lives. I do call everyone back within 2-3 days so please be patient and I will be back in touch with you. When the dogs are in foster homes then it may take longer as we need to touch base with the fosters for updates on the dogs. We work very hard to make the right matches for the dogs and for the new owners. We get 3-5 dogs per week and we do not have a facility that we keep the dogs housed in. They are scattered all over the Bay Area.)
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