Daisy
Name: Daisy
Age: 4.5 months old (As of 8/19/2019)
Gender: Female
Breed: FMD/Lab mix
Dogs: Good
Cats: N/A
Kids: Good
Housebroken: No
Crate trained: Good
Leash: In training
Brief Bio:

Meet Daisy! Daisy was found as a stray as a young pup. She’s very sweet and loves people and other dogs. we are looking for a home who understands the responsibilities of owning and raising a puppy. She is patiently waiting!

ADOPTED!

"Hi Melody! Here's what's going on with Misty (we renamed her from Daisy, it seemed to fit her better). Misty just graduated her first round of obedience classes on Tuesday! She will be starting a second round of classes on Wednesday for Graduates :) Her first night in our apartment she was too shy to leave the living room...now she is upset when we close the bathroom door to use it without her! And when it's time for bed, she puts her paws up on the bed to get lifted up (even though she has a box for her to jump up, haha!). She loves to play fetch, especially with her new favorite toys (tennis balls) and she gets to run every day in the park across the street. Misty has plenty of "aunt" and "uncle" dogs now who she adores (pictured here with Icarus and Max) at our relatives' houses that she gets to go on playdates with. Misty is a very expressive girl and she is quite smart--she's already learned a lot of tricks, and she is very attentive...and treat focused! She isn't so into cuddles when she's up and about, but when she's sleepy, you'd better be ready to hug her and get down for some serious cuddles because she demands to be snuggled with! And when we come home from being out and about or when we wake up in the morning she is SO happy. She makes little grunting noises and rubs her face all over us to say hi. We are so happy to have Misty with us and to provide her with her forever home :) Cheers, Sam"

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