Look at' Daisy isn't she one of the cutest dogs ever!? Daisy is about 1 1/2 years old spayed, up to date on vaccines and micro chipped. Daisy came from a situation where she was living outside in a side yard with her doggie siblings and parents. Daisy needs someone who is experienced with training and socializing dogs like her. Proper introductions are a must because Daisy is a bite risk to strangers and may initially try to bite when she first meets someone. She would do best in a all adult home and not around children 12 and younger. Now the good about Daisy. She loves treats and will stick right by you as long as your giving them to her. She loves to play fetch with toys and brings them back so you can throw the toy again. And, once she feels comfortable with you, she'll roll over for belly rubs and love you furever.
We are guessing Daisy'bto be a terrier mixed although she looks nothing like her parents mom is a Chihuahua and dad is corgi/Chihuahua mixed she looks nothing like them Daisy will need regular grooming'as her fur is silky on her head and gets a little thicker on her body, it grows fast too Daisy is spayed, up to date on vaccines and is microchipped.
If you would like to give Daisy a furever home please contact Chi Town Rescue at 602-526-0842;or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule meet & greet with her. She would love a furever home and a family to call her own.
Chi Town Rescue
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