Bubbly, full of enthusiasm, sweet, and bursting with happiness. Thats Daisy in a nutshell. She came from the streets of North Little Rock and had two puppies with her. They might have been hers, but maybe not. She could have collected them along her way to wherever. Such is the street life of a stray. Daisy, with her over-the-top zest for everything and total lack of manners, is with us now. The inmates trainers will rein her in, dial her back a few notches, and teach her how to be polite and mannerly. Thats all she needs. And not having manners or boundaries certainly isnt her fault. Those lessons arent usually found in alleys, behind trash cans, or under sheds. Daisy has all the natural ingredients to be a wonderful and fun pet. She can even walk on a leash like shes been doing it for eons, And my goodness, her smile can light up half of Arkansas. Daisy is a one-year old mix, probably Staffordshire terrier or another bully breed. She loves people and other dogs. Shes not a guarder of anything and loves openly and with her whole being. Well keep you posted on her progress, because what we have right here is a diamond dog in the rough.
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