Daisy is a 2-year-old tri-color spayed female Sheltie. She spent a lot of her life so far living in a crate, but is blossoming now that she is in a foster home. Playing ball is her favorite thing; and her favorite ball is a soft, silly-looking stuffed tomato. She’ll chase it, catch it and throw it back at you for hours!
Please contact Northern California Sheltie Rescue to fill out an application for this sweet girl!
UPDATE 9/1/13: Daisy has now been adopted! :))
Daisy can’t quite make up her mind!
Oh the trials of the Sheltie mind, Margaret!
You get Poppy, Bramble, and Daisy!
Pretty girls, Corby!
Daisy, a rescue who weighed 64 pounds and was going to be euthanized in May, 2010, has come to her fur-ever home. She has lost half her body weight and now is a qualified service dog. She has an amazing story, and was featured on CNN in January in a story about obese pets for her weight loss.
Daisy’s story is an inspiration to all who want to rescue a dog. An example of a little girl who escaped death to go on to have a happy and productive second chance at life.
Daisy is also not shy of the camera and loves to pose for photos. She seems very proud to wear her new vest and takes her job seriously!
Hugs to you for giving her a GREAT life, Beth!
Daisy’s summer reading list includes Stanley Coren, Patricia McConnell, and Dr. Nick Trout!
The glasses just make her look that much smarter Debbie. ;)