She’s Sweet As A Daisy – Help Her Find A Forever Home
Saturday January 28th, 2017
Posted at 12:23pm
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Written by Second Chance Animal Rescue:
Okay, who can resist those eyes (not to mention those ears)!
Now that Daisy is on her journey back to health (she recently had urgent dental surgery which resulted in having to remove some of her teeth), this four-year-old Terrier Mix is ready to move on!
Daisy is a four-year-old terrier mix with a combination of short and long hair with minimal shedding.Dubbed a “super snuggler,” the couch next to her new family will soon become her favourite spot where she’ll nuzzle her head under your hand to let you know that you are not yet done petting her (it’s on her terms, right?)!
Although we’re not yet sure how Daisy will be with kids, she does warm up quite quickly to dogs (both large and small) and seems to enjoy being around the cats in her foster home. She’s a calm and cool girl who you’ll always find either chillin’ on the couch or following you around the house. Not crazy about being crated, Daisy is quite content when sleeping on a couch or dog bed but actually prefers snuggling in bed with her humans if given the option.
She’s not typically vocal (unless the other dogs in the house bark, then she needs to make her voice heard as well) and will get startled at loud noises. She prefers being around ladies and can be a bit nervous around men but will quickly settle down once she warms up to them.
Coming from a warm climate, Daisy isn’t crazy about snow (but who is?) and will go for walks but her preference is short ones.
Now that Daisy once again has a healthy mouth and some pearly whites she wants to show off, she’s ready to find her new home.If you think it could be with, please visit www.scarescue.org to complete an adoption application TODAY!
Daisy’s adoption fee includes up-to-date vaccinations, deworming, flea treatment, spay and microchip.
Visit Second Chance Animal Rescue’s website to find more information on how to adopt a pet!