Daisy is a loving and affectionate girl!

Sex: Female        Age: 2 years old 

Little Miss Daisy is a real character!
She is a beautiful little black two year old girl, extremely loving and affectionate, she is very keen to have close contact with her human and settles down once she is reassured that her family are not going anywhere and she feels secure, which in her world seems to mean that she has to be near her human.
Because of this she will probably be best suited to home with where there is someone home a lot of the time or the company of another placid dog. This lovely girl is very much a dog that needs affection and love showered on her.
She loves hurtling around the garden, having fun with her foster brother Ben. She is a whirlwind of energy and because of that would be suited to a home with older children. She is still very much a puppy and gets very excited about everything.
She has been happy being left alone at home with Ben.
She is very determined and persistent when she wants something, be it to get on the bed, stealing books, blankets, pillows, or any interesting odds and ends. She is alert and watchful, curious about everything, and likes to cart things off to her bed or out to her special spot in the garden.
She has earned various nicknames: Miss Daisy; Cutie Pie; Missy; Pushinski (as my boy Ben is also a master Pushinski giving one or other a cuddle becomes a major event!). Ben is remarkably tolerant of her but then he is a rather special dog and very much a gentleman to all his foster-sisters.
She has a healthy appetite and is getting a mostly raw diet; was wolfing her food down at first, but has now slowed down considerably. She loves chomping on bones.
Understands “No!” very well but always tries to push the limits the cheeky girl.
In spite of her nicknames, Little Miss Daisy is gorgeous, adorable and lovely and ready for a lifetime home.
If you would like to meet this great little girl, please call the team on 0438 601 492 & 0410 395 492 or message us on Facebook or e-mail us.
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