As we have come to know Daisy better, we feel that she will do best as an only dog. She is not aggressive but is overly enthusiastic with her play so will need training, guidance and supervision as she learns play boundaries.
Daisy was found by a Good Samaritan on a log in a river in Kentucky. The Good Samaritan believed Daisy had some blindness which prompted her to contact BDRA; however after arriving at her foster home, it was determined that she did not suffer from a visual impairment but merely had a case of conjunctivitis which was treated by a vet. Daisy has one of the sweetest personalities and loves everyone she meets—whether it be a person or another dog and gets along wonderfully with the foster family’s two dogs. She loves sitting by the front door and watching what is happening outside and she thoroughly enjoys going for car rides, walks and just being outside. She walks well with slight pulling and the hound in her loves to keep her head down and sniff the path in front of her. Her foster mom is working on teaching her some commands. She enjoys going to doggy day care and playing with her canine buddies but she is also content to just lay on the sofa next to her foster mom or dad. Daisy stays in her xpen when her parents are away and also to sleep at night. She is an absolute joy and will bring lots of smiles and happiness to her forever family.
- Sex Female (spayed)
- Size Medium (36)
- Age Young
Good with other dogs? Yes
Good with cats? Unknown
Good with children? Yes
Currently fostered in Catasauqua, PA. (Transport is available)
- Vision Not impaired (Can see fine in both eyes)
Daisy is looking for her forever home. If you think it could be yours, read more about Adopting from BDRA before submitting your application below.
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