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My name is Daisy will die tomorrow!
Facts about Daisy will die tomorrow
- Breed: Labrador Retriever Mix
- Color: Tan/Yellow/Fawn
- Age: Adult
- Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
- Sex: Female
- ID#: needs experienced foster NOW
Daisy will die tomorrow's Info...
I am already spayed, housetrained, in need of an experienced adopter, up to date with shots, and not good with kids.
for foster or adopt through our rescue but dog is in the pound and will die tomorrow unless a competent foster found ASAP only email
no REAL evaluation was done this is mainly hear say from inexperienced people and a dog stressed from loosing her home
our rescue had quit a few such cases and the dog after settling never showed any sort of the so called problem with us ever otherwise I would not be trying to save her
we have NO opening so Daisy will die unless the right foster or adopter can be found by today
She is located in Placer and foster/adopter will need to pick up there once approved by us
looking for a alpha person
no other dogs easier
no kids in country preferred but not needed
must have dog experienced and once you take on commit until dog is adopted
this girl looks savable from my 15 yrs of experience with dogs
We have a 4.5 altered female yellow lab by the name of Daisy Mae that we would like to get into rescue. She came into us as an owner surrender on 04-12-2013 due to pet conflict in the home and also due to her history of snapping (NOT biting) at both children and adults.
She was originally adopted from Corning, CA animal facility by an older couple from what I understand. Ownership was then transferred to a lady that ran a daycare and Daisy Mae was snapping at the children
She was then given to the owner that brought her to us due to pet conflict with the other female dog in the home duhhh very normal if two dogs are alpha)
Daisy Mae is a alpha dog but gets along with neutral and submissive dogs.
She chases cats and chickens but had never gotten a hold of one (and a smart human can teach her not too)
While doing Daisy Maes’ exam, she did fine as far as handling. I was able to check everything needed without any problems. However, when preparing to vaccinate she did stiffen, turn head and raise lips.
She was also dewormed as part of our intake protocol, which we had to stick in food since she wouldn’t let us near her mouth. I also tested her with food and she does have mild food possession. The previous owner did “Nothing In Life Is Free” training and she seemed to respond to him really well. She would have to go to a foster that is very familiar and experienced with dominant dogs. If not found such foster by MON the 22nd she will die
Look at her eyes she's a great dog handed around too many times in the wrong homes or with lame people not doing their job then pointing the finger at the dog for their own lack of commitment and training dumping her