Until there are none, save one.
Dachshund (short coat) : : Female (spayed) : : Senior : : Small
Daisy has been a pure joy. She was cautious and timid the first few days but as she learned to trust us, she has put her guard down quite a bit. Potty training is going very well. Takes her two trips outside to finish her business. She instantly knew to go in crate when shown it was hers. Slept in it with door open for several weeks. Daisy has now taken up residence on a dog bed next to Foster parents bed. She is a great eater. Kibble not the easiest for her but when softened she does really well.Doesn’t beg at all for table scraps. Leash, doesn’t like it at all and isn’t willing to work on it right now. When I take her out she stays next to me, does her business then waits for me to pick her up and bring her back inside. Doesn’t have a huge interest in being outside. Daisy isn’t a lap dog. Likes to be next to you but doesn’t stay for long on our lap. I can see where that will change in time as she grows more confident in her surroundings. She is in a foster home currently with a male and female small dog as well as a female cat. Absolutely no issues. She will play with them if they initiate, otherwise ok to just watch. Daisy is small in size, tri pod (3 legged). She seems to have no issues getting around and cant see where it slows her down. Daisy will make a great addition to a home that just wants to love her. She craves TLC and as each day passes she shows more and more of who this little lady is. Daisy is so special and I truly feel honored to have been able to foster her. ABSOLUTELY PRECIOUS!
More about Solange "Daisy" Knowles
Good with Dogs, Good with Cats, Good with Adults, Good for Seniors/Elderly, Somewhat vocal, Does not require a yard, Likes to play with toys, Likes to be in your lap, Apartment OK, Protective, Playful, Affectionate, Intelligent, Even-tempered