2 December 2022

Daisy *****ADOPTED*****

By Emma
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Daisy D2022-141

  • Daisy needs a long term foster home within one hours drive of Maesglas Vets, Brackla, Bridgend, CF31 2JT
  • Can be an only dog or live with another confident dog
  • Can live with dog savvy cats
  • Older dog savvy children
  • Special long term foster parents’ home all the time to help her
  • Neutering agreement once medically able

Daisy is a 15 month old Bichon cross Cavalier described by her foster mum as a puppy who was surrendered to our charity as she has epilepsy and her previous family were unable to cope. She has loads of energy and is a cheeky littlest character who loves to play with toys, loves to go on walks and likes to think she’s the boss.

She ideally needs to re homed on her own or with another dog who will show her how to behave like a young lady without getting to overwhelmed. She’s a complete snuggle monster who loves her humans and enjoys nothing more than a cwtch on the sofa. She loves her treats and knows the sit command and is starting to come back when called.

Daisy’s epilepsy is mostly controlled via medication but this is an ongoing process and will take time to settle and be managed appropriately.

As she is young and full of energy she does jump up and become over excited which is being worked on so we would not recommend any young children.

Daisy lives with a cat and has sniffed the cat but doesn’t really show much interest                .

Daisy is toilet trained and will scratch the door to let you know she needs to go out. She sleeps all night and is as good as gold. She just wants to be near you. She gets really excited when she plays and hasn’t yet learned when to stop so to stop her overdoing things, she is placed in a crate with a treat to give her a time out and to allow her to calm down.

Daisy loves to go out for a walk and have a good sniff. She also absolutely loves being off the lead to run free but this can only be in a secure field as her recall is still being worked on and she is easily distracted.

Daisy needs a long term foster home where her owners are home all the time in case she has an episode. This home needs to be within an hours dive of our Maesglas vets in Brackla, Bridgend who are taking great care of her. She can be rehomed with a confident dog who will play with her but not allow her to rule the roost and help her understand boundaries especially where play is concerned. She could also be an only dog with doggy friends she can visit and play with as this is her favourite thing to do. Daisy is a very young 15 month old who does not understand that she is poorly and needs to sometimes take it easy for her own good. Her condition and needs will be discussed fully and full support will be given.

Full support given

Medical needs discussed in full

Charity pays her bills

Vaccinated, microchipped and up to date flea and wormer

Fostered in Newport