Unlucky Daisy was surrendered, at the age of 6, to NYCACC officers, with a claim that her owner had developed sudden allergies. The surrender process is extremely upsetting to most dogs and brings out their worst fears. Despite the traumatic changes, Daisy sailed through her intake process, making friends at every turn.

Daisy was a cooperative sweetheart during her vet exam, and SAFER evaluation, earning good evaluations in both areas. Shelter contacts recommended that she could be placed in just about any kind of home with great success. And still, with all the accolades, as well as the outpouring of fan mail from the internet, Daisy found herself on the euthanasia list.

Once she was released to us, she continued to show a delightful personality and balanced nature. Daisy doesn't have the over-the-top energy that we see so often in other Bully breeds. She has a relatively calm demeanor and is easy to handle on lead. She would be an excellent choice for a novice Bully owner.

Of course, Bullies are higher energy than most dog breeds, so even though Daisy is calm for a Bully, she still needs sufficient exercise to be happy. She has a strong, yet nimble physique, and is at an ideal weight of 50 pounds. Her coat is short and manageable: she is mostly white with strategically-placed brown patches. And to complete her signature look, Daisy has a patch over her eye that give her a half mask-like appearance.

Daisy loves the outdoors, and enjoys her walks even in the harsh weather. She would be an ideal walking companion, and would do well with one to two brisk leash walks each day, plus focussed playtime and obedience work. She has had little formal obedience training, but is beginning to grasp the basics nicely. She has begun her Canine Good Citizen program and impresses us every day. Adopters should continue her program, and develop her full potential. Bullies as loving as Daisy should be the Breed Ambassadors.

Daisy could join just about any kind of home. She is generally well behaved, and friendly to all. Although she is fairly easy to handle, she may overwhelm toddlers, but she'd be fine with older children and other well behaved dogs, and possibly cats.

As an adult dog coming from an owner's home, Daisy has excellent house manners, and is well past the puppy mayhem stage. She is house trained and crate trained, although adopters should expect to troubleshoot the occasional accident that may occur as she adjusts to a new routine. Daisy is a calm car passenger, and behaves well in public.

Daisy is spayed, has been vaccinated for Rabies and DHLPPC (distemper, hepatitis, leptospirosis, parvo, parainfluenza and coronavirus). She has had the 4snap test, and is negative for heartworm, lyme, earlichia and anaplasmosis. She has been microchipped and dewormed. If you are interested in Daisy, please write to Denise@eskiesonline.com or call/text 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.