Daisy Mae   

In shelter Dog

New Garden Township, Pennsylvania, 19350
Brindle with White
Lost or found date:
Pet name:
Daisy Mae
Coat length:
DAISY MAE came to us after she bit her owner in the face. It was a one-time incident however the family was afraid of her after the incident. We were her last hope as an alternative to euthanasia. In our care, Daisy has befriended a couple of our volunteers and is sweet as pie. However, we don’t trust her completely, even with people she knows because she can’t control herself when she gets overstimulated. The original incident happened when they had moved into a new home and Daisy was over excited/stressed and a delivery man came to the door. Her mom attempted to put her into a crate and she resisted and jumped up alligator-style. We are committed to help Daisy even though we understand she may never find a forever home. For the present time being, we are her family and are continuing to try to help her make progress. We will accept applications from exceptional families who have dealt with similar dogs in the past successfully. Daisy needs to be an only pet and although she was fine with the children in her home, because of the bite she needs to be in an adult only home! If you would like to love Daisy from afar, please visit out website and use the PayPal link to support us in her care. www.CompAnimals.org. Thank you!


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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