Animal's Name: Daisy
Animal ID Number: 181582
What should your foster's bio say? My name is Daisy, and I am an outgoing lady who loves hanging out with people and well behaved dogs. I am recovering from pelvic fractures, and while for the next few weeks I need to keep things mellow, I am an active dog who loves to run around and play. My eyesight is not what it used to be, so it may take me a while to get used to new places. But once I know "the lay of the land", I adjust quickly to new surroundings.
What did you implement for house training? Do you think it's working? Frequent potty trips outside.
Have you introduced them to a crate? If so, what kind of crate and what was their reaction? Daisy is great at using a crate. She sleeps in one, and gets rewarded with treats every time before bed as she enters the crate.
How many hours did you leave them home alone? What was their behavior like when left alone? Max 2 hours. She was well behaved when left alone in the house.
What is their behavior like with other animals? She loves other dogs, and when corrected by them, stands back. She would do well in a house with well behaved dogs, as she would solicit company from my dogs, and wanted to be around them all the time.
What is their behavior like with new people and/or children? : Friendly and curious. Would approach people and children with a wagging tail.
Is there anything else that you would like the new adopter to know about this dog, such as any special tricks or adorable traits?
Daisy is a wonderful, friendly, outgoing dog. She loves everyone she meets, and approaches new things with curiosity. She is highly food motivated, and loves to play with plush toys. Daisy has a poor vision (one of her health waivers), so the adopter needs to ensure that she is supervised in situations where she could get into trouble (ex. approaching unprotected staircases in poor visibility)..