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Animal Details
12Wks old Medium Cross Breed Mix
Weight: 10.4 lbs
Sex: Spayed Female
Location: Animal Community Center - Milpitas
I've been adopted!
About me
Animal's Name: Daisy
Animal ID Number: 183893
What should your foster's bio say?
Daisy is the most adorable puppy one can ever own. She is a puppy after all, and so naturally is very curious, playful and mischievous. She loves the outdoors and enjoys chasing her brother, especially when she craves for the toy that he has in his possession. She is also very vocal and dosen't hesitate to bark when she wants something.

Daisy loves to be cuddled and likes to meet new people. She will be a wonderful pet for anyone who provides her with a loving home.

What did you implement for house training? Do you think it's working?
Daisy has been a great puppy when it comes to potty training. Even though she is only 9 week old, she is able to hold for over two hours during the day. She goes potty in our backyard when we take her out for a "walk" every two hours. During the night, she sleeps peacefully and is ready to go out at the stroke of dawn. In fact, she lets us know that it is time to go by her bark right around dawn.

Have you introduced them to a crate? If so, what kind of crate and what was their reaction? Daisy is familiar with the crate. However, we have not left her in the crate for a long time. We put her in the crate only when transporting her to HSSV and back.
How many hours did you leave them home alone? What was their behavior like when left alone? We have not left Daisy home alone. Having said that, she is very comfortable spending the night in her pen, but she does have her brother Riley for company.
What is their behavior like with other animals? Daisy and her brother Riley get along very well. Sometimes, they get into a scuffle, especially for the same toy. But this is probably just "sibling rivalry".
What is their behavior like with new people and/or children? : We haven't had a chance to introduce Daisy to new people. Her temperament is such that she is very comfortable to meet new people.
Is there anything else that you would like the new adopter to know about this dog, such as any special tricks or adorable traits?