Hello, my name is Daisy and I am 5 months old. I am a fun very energetic girl. I am all about playing with toys and enjoy being outside playing or just enjoying the smells. Currently I am being fostered in a home with a fenced in yard and it is so much fun. I have foster brothers and sisters I play with in yard and home. When not playing I enjoy being snuggled up next to you just chilling.
I am be fostered with other dogs and it is fun, but my foster parents think I would be good being an only dog too. I am not sure about the cats or kids as my foster parents don’t have either.
I am crate trained and sure loved a stuffed kong when it is time to go in there. I am in there well foster parents are at work and at bedtime. I am close to being potty trained.
Here is a note from my foster parents.
Daisy is such a happy puppy. She is normal puppy play hard and check everything out. She is all about toys, bones and tennis balls. She loves to carry around a toy or ball in her mouth. We are working on we have inside toys and outside toys. Just means if you have inside toy in your mouth and about to go outside to drop by the door.
Daisy is being fostered with our dogs and another puppy. She is not afraid to play with a bigger dog. Her play is puppy and would do good with a dog her energy level which is high. If she was the only dog, we think she would do good too. At times she is just playing by herself with a toy inside or outside. Why we say she would be good as an only dog too.
Daisy is close to be potty trained. When we see her get up, we watch to see if she goes to the back door and out we go. When out there a lot of good girls after going. She is crate trained and enjoys having a toy in there. A Kong with peanut butter, kong cheese or a couple treats are her favorite when crate time.
Working on no jumping, sit and walking on a leash. When walking we have found a harness is better for her, otherwise she is just choking herself to much.
Daisy is very patiently waiting for her own furever home could it be you? If not, please share so she can find it.
Daisy is spayed, microchipped, up to date on all age-appropriate vaccines, and monthly preventatives. She is available at Ma, Paws & Me Pet Rescue. Daisy adoption fee is $400. Apply today for this smart, loving pup waiting for you.
Interested in meeting Daisy3?
All Ma, Paws & Me Pet Rescue dogs are in homes with foster families; we do not have a shelter where dogs are available for daily viewing.
Our process is as follows:
1. Review our policies and adoption radius on our website: http://mapawsmepetrescue.com/adopt/
2. Submit an application for review and approval;
3. MPM Rescue reviews application and checks vet records and references;
4. MPM foster contacts approved applicant(s) to arrange a home check and meeting with available dog(s);
5. If there is a good fit, adoption is completed with a contract and fees (payable via check or cash).
The adoption fee is listed here: http://mapawsmepetrescue.com/adopt/
Dogs from Ma, Paws & Me Pet Rescue come with the following medical care already provided:
- Spay/Neuter surgery
- Age appropriate vaccinations
- Heartworm test (for dogs over 6mo) and treatment if positive
- Heartworm and Flea/Tick Preventative
- Any other necessary medical treatment as recommended by veterinarian
*Please note that the identified breed(s) are best guesses. We very rarely have information on our dogs actual breeds since they often come to the shelters we work with as strays.*
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