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I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Among Daisy's many outstanding characteristics, two are pre-eminent. One is her extraordinary ability to get along with other dogs. The second is her keen intelligence, which also has given her a profound capacity to bond.
Daisy is affectionately called Puddin' (short for Pudding) in her foster home, where she has embraced the concept of belonging to a household with all her heart and soul. A beautiful dog, Daisy has a searching expression, and completely direct and open eye contact. She moves easily and well, and has a lovely conformation.
Daisy is, at 11 months of age - often a trying time of adolescent challenges - a pup who shows immense promise and remarkable skills. She is a problem solver, and her adopter(s) will need to continue the positive guidance and training she has received in foster care, but she will be a pleasure to work with! Because of her innate stability, Daisy has a very joyful relationship to new experiences, people and, of course, other dogs. She is well socialized with cats.
Daisy is housetrained, working well on a lead, and following the basic structures of appropriate behaviors in all categories. While she is not above an occasional theft of a tempting object left lying about, she is primarily a most cooperative dog. Her exuberance, which is completely appropriate for her age, is tempered by a strong desire to please. She is wonderfully responsive, and extremely tactile - she loves to be handled.
Nature has given Daisy abundant beauty, an instinct for navigating the world easily and well, and a hopeful, positive outlook. Foster care has engendered an opportunity for Daisy to demonstrate a tremendous capacity to learn, and to gain absolute trust in the goodness of people. She has blossomed into a happy, bright and caring dog, and she will bring devotion, loyalty, and wonderful companionship to an adoptive home.
If you are interested in this dog, please fill out a non-binding application .
Here is what Daisy's foster mom has to say about her
The name of your foster Daisy
Is your foster house trained? Yes
Good with cats? She would not hurt the cat but she wants to chase her and play with her.
Good with dogs? Fantastic! She is the best ever and can get along with all three of them and play with two at once without getting them in a tussle.