At the age of ten, Daisy was dumped into the Brooklyn outpost of NYCACC by an owner who claimed she could not care for her as well as a newborn child. Daisy was unable to walk when she arrived at the shelter, and appeared to be suffering from a spinal injury.  

Daisy had lived with her person since she was a puppy, so she was rightly befuddled at her abrupt reversal of fortune. Yet, she adapted well and despite her obvious pain, she behaved nicely during her vet visits.

Luckily, Daisy's back trouble was easily resolved with rest and anti inflammatory meds, and now she is in better shape than ever, and is ready to start her next life chapter. She has a lot of life and love left to give her new family. Daisy has a BIG personality and is a gentle, loving girl. She seems laid back, demure, and enjoys the company of her people. She seems to have a slight sadness about her, and is likely feeling confused and disoriented with the rescue process.

Daisy has a very genial nature. She is a sociable dog, and while she has had little background in obedience, she has grasped the basics and seems to enjoy the training exercises. She certainly is food motivated, and responds well to positive reinforcement training techniques. Daisy is easy to walk on lead, and has a moderate exercise level. She would be happy with a few leisurely leash walks daily.

Daisy would be a great choice for a single or couple, a recent retiree or senior. She is a fantastic companion dog, and loves to stretch out on the couch with her head in her special person's lap. She could easily do well in an apartment lifestyle, and can be trusted home alone for short periods of time. Daisy could easily join a multi-dog home, with proper introduction and supervision. She is a pretty good all-around companion dog, and needs to be in an environment where her golden years will be spent as the light of someone's life, rather than considered an afterthought.   

Daisy has good house manners, and is house trained and crate trained. Adopters should expect to troubleshoot the occasional accident that will inevitably occur during her transition to a new home. Daisy is in great health, has been spayed and has had a recent dental procedure. She has received routine vaccinations and health screenings. She has been dewormed, microchipped and is on preventatives for heartworm and flea/tick.

If you are interested Daisy please write to Angelsfrgod@aol.com or text/call Denise at 860-908-9738 for more info.

We are an active, 501(c)(3), multi-breed dog rescue, local to the North East, situated in Canterbury, Connecticut. Our 21 year history is reflected in our website EskiesOnline.com, and on our Facebook page: Eskies Online.