She doesn’t touch anything on the tables, she doesn’t counter surf; or jump on furniture. She is potty trained and is fine in a crate. She is calm and is settled inside while saving her play mode for outside. Even though Staffordshire Terriers are known for chewing, Daisy has been in her foster home now for 2 months and has not chewed one thing! Good Girl Daisy Mae! Daisy doesn’t realize what a big goof she is and could easily and unintentionally knock down a toddler. For this reason we feel Daisy would be best in a home with children 8 and older.
Daisy Mae is good with other dogs. She loves to chase a ball and will bring it back. She also likes squeaky toys. She walks well on leash.Daisy was in a shelter for almost 5 months and quickly became the shelter favorite. Daisy enjoys a good belly rub! She is also lovable, and loves to be pet. It is very obvious Daisy Mae was raised as a house pet; she is the perfect companion dog! If you would like to meet Daisy Mae, simply complete an Adoption application found at the top of this page under the Adoption Tab. if you have already done so and are approved, simply email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, approval status and that you would like to meet Daisy and we’ll set that up for you as soon as possible.
Please meet Daisy Mae. Daisy Mae is a 2 year old American Staffordshire/Boxer (we believe) mix. She is a beautiful gal that loves squeaky toys, people and dogs. She is spayed and current on vaccines. Daisy Mae weighs 68 lbs. She isn’t aware of her size therefore a home with small children would not be a match for Daisy. She is very sweet and also very playful! We won’t know if Daisy is potty trained until we get her into a foster home. Daisy Mae was a favorite at her shelter! We will update you as we learn more about Daisy. If you would like to foster Daisy, please complete a foster application found under the Ways to Help tab at the top of this page. If you would like to Adopt Daisy, the adoption application is featured below. Let’s find this happy girl a happy home.
BEFORE FILLING OUT AN APPLICATION: A fenced yard is required if children under the age of 8 years old reside at the residence AND/OR if a puppy is being considered for adoption. Our young puppies require a physically fenced in area where they can explore safely. Electric fences do NOT meet this requirement: Fassa’s Friends does not adopt to homes with electric fences. If interested in adopting an adult (or puppy) deaf dog, a physical fence is also required. Physical fences are not required for homes with children 8 years or older, or adult dogs, unless specifically stated in the dog’s bio.