Darlin' Daisy is a gentle, loving girl and deserves an equally amazing family. Sadly, in her past life she was bred over and over again having litter after litter, before landing as a stray in the city of San Joaquin. According to her paper work, Daisy waited at the holding facility— (which is a small facility with outdoor kennels and a little bit of shade coverage in the middle of the desert)— for 8 months!
Thanks to a volunteer we were able to see a wiggly, playful video of her meeting another dog.... we knew she had to be a HFP rescue.
Housetrained, walks well on leash, knows basic commands, fine being left alone while you’re at work.
Daisy is quickly blossoming more and more with each passing day. She loves playing with her furry foster siblings. Respectful kids 12+ would be best, and friendly, playful dogs in the home would be ideal.
$250 adoption donation includes spay, vaccinations, microchip and utd on monthly preventatives.