2 year old • Female • 45 lbs
Daisy Duke is a combination of brindle and white.
Daisy Duke is energetic, fun-loving, easygoing, and very puppyish. She delights in zooming around the yard (ideally several times a day) as fast as she can go; so we are looking for someone with a fenced yard. She learned how to go through the foster's doggy door after being shown once; so if the adopter had a doggy door that would be fantastic! This sweet girl loves everyone she meets and other dogs. She is even doing well at being slowly introduced to cats at her foster home (and she gets that cats rule there!).
She is quite good at entertaining herself with her toys; but is always up for a game of fetch. Leash walking puts her over the moon (we’re still working on controlling her excitement, and she generally calms down quickly); and she is great when passing other dogs along the way. She knows Sit, Down, No, Out, Wait, and Come. As Daisy is still learning not to jump on people, she would not be good around small children. Ideally, she'd be adopted by someone familiar with training and walking with strong, energetic, dogs.
Daisy adores riding in the car, alternately taking in the sights and lying down. She is housetrained and crate trained. A major cuddler, she loves to give hugs and to lie next to you on the couch with her head in your lap. When she gets tired at night, she just puts herself to sleep in her crate or in a room.
Daisy Duke is healthy, up-to-date on vaccinations, and spayed. She is working on losing a few pounds to regain her figure.
IAR subsidizes post-adoption professional training with Jane Marshall (www.cheerydogs.com) to encourage a life-long and successful bond between the dog and the adopter. Group classes for puppies and adult dogs are provided at a substantial discount to IAR adopters.