Hi, I’m Daisy! Got some time to talk? I do! I am a talker and have a lot to say (my foster family calls it barking), especially when we are driving in the car. Everything is just so exciting and overwhelming, and I haven’t yet learned that there are other ways I can express myself. My foster family says that with training, I will not feel the need to call to (okay, bark at) people, cars, wildlife, and other dogs when I’m unsure about the situation or get wound up. If you’re willing to work with me, I’m sure I’ll catch on quickly that this talking thing can be toned down a bit; I’ve been told that I’m very smart and learn things easily.
I love my foster humans, especially the woman - she’s the best! I want to be with them all the time and I let them pet me all over, dry off my wet paws, give me belly rubs, and I like to cuddle for short periods of time. I haven’t met any dogs, cats, or little kids during my stay with these fosters. I do seem to have a prey drive if I see deer, rabbits or squirrels, so I may need close supervision when meeting cats or other small animals.
I am always ready to play and go for walks! I get the zoomies when I see my foster humans put on their shoes, and I could chase balls in the backyard for as long as they will throw them. Playing with my stuffies is also super fun! I am proud to say my house manners are great! When I’m left alone in the house I don’t need to be crated - I just wait by the door until my foster family comes home. I never counter surf and I’m totally potty trained; I don’t beg for food, and I haven’t damaged anything! My foster family says that I am currently taking Prozac, and that with training to help me with my reactivity, I’ll be the perfect dog! If you have experience with dogs like me, I’d love to be your fur-ever friend!