Daisy is described as a sweet and gentle girl who despite her size, is a total suck. She is loyal, calm, gentle and more than ready for the right family to expose her full potential. When not relaxing indoors, Daisy’s playful side often comes out in bursts as she runs zoomies in the backyard.
True to her breed, she is smart and eager to please. Daisy knows sit, lie down, stay, recall, paw and continuing her obedience and trick training will be an important part of confidence building over time.
Daisy’s ideal family will have large breed experience and live in a low traffic area – a rural country home with a large yard for play would be the perfect fit! Daisy lacks confidence and will require some support with meeting new people. She is fearful of loud noises and overwhelmed in new or busy environments and so we’re looking for a home without children or a lot of visitors.
Daisy will need to be the only pet in her new home. She reacts to other dogs when on leash and wears a muzzle to keep her safe and ensure her handler has confidence. She is working on redirection techniques when out for walks, and although she has made progress, this training will be ongoing and require time and patience to manage.
Daisy is house trained and can be trusted with free reign when left alone. She may whine or cry at first when alone but is usually found in her dog bed or on her favorite part of the couch when you come back. It doesn’t matter if you have been gone 5 minutes or 5 hours, Daisy is always happy to see you again! She may bark excitedly but settles quickly if she is ignored at first.If you’re interested in adopting Daisy, you can read her full bio at https://www.fetchandreleash.ca/adoption-info#our-adoptables.