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In shelter Dog

Mount Arlington, NJ, 07856
Pet name:
Australian Cattle Dog / Blue Heeler
Tricolor (Brown, Black, & White)
Coat length:
UPDATED 09/19/2022

Daisy is seriously ready to find her forever home! How has she been waiting this long?!

Daisy and her siblings were surrendered to a Texas shelter as an “unwanted” litter. Their previous owner noted to the shelter that they are good with children, dogs, and cats. 

Daisy is about 7 months old and is an Australian Cattle Dog mix. She currently weighs around 25-30 pounds and will likely be a medium sized dog once full grown. 

Daisy is crate trained and potty trained. She is crated throughout the day when her foster mom is at work and does wonderfully. She is also potty-trained. She walks nicely on a leash, but loves to play in the backyard! We would love to find a home with a fenced in backyard for Daisy.

Daisy will need an active family who likes to hike, go for walks, or swim! She was originally fostered near the ocean and LOVES going for a swim. Her foster family made it a point to bring her swimming weekly! She now is fostered in New York City and has done an excellent job adjusting! We call her our “city girl” now! She loves saying hi to people on the street and enjoys visits to dog parks!

Daisy is currently fostered in a home without other pets, but she loves playing with dogs at the dog park and saying hi on the street!

We feel that Daisy would do best with older children (above the age of 12) because she is still working on her basic puppy manners! When excited, she tends to jump, which is why we suggest avoiding a home with small children.

Daisy is sweet as pie and very submissive. We she deserves to find a loving home that will give her the world, as she deserves.

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