Meet Daisy, an 11-month old Lab Mix (Shepherd-Mix?) who lived with a family until recently. She is house trained, docile, quiet and affectionate.
Daisy’s family brought her to the vet after she was hit by a car. They didn’t want to pay for her medical care. Enter Tina, a volunteer with Cat Assistance, who paid for her Daisy’s surgery and are taking care of her until she finds a new home.
This dog is so sweet. The person or family who adopts her will be lucky. She gets along with other dogs and, according to Tina, has a healthy respect for cats.
Daisy will need 4-6 weeks to finish recovering from her operation. She has a metal plate in her leg now and is recovering nicely. She can go for walks, but is not ready for rough play with other dogs. If her adoptive family has other dogs Daisy will need to be created while she finishes her recovery, but she is fine in a crate.
If you are interested in meeting Daisy, she will be at Adopt-A-Dog Puttin’ on the Dog event on Sept. 20 in Roger Sherman Baldwin Park. We suspect she will find a home quickly, so if you are seriously interested, email Tina at [email protected]