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DAISY DOTTS Australian Cattle Dog / Blue Heeler & Basset Hound Mix Point Richmond, CA
- Spayed / neutered.
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The Milo Foundation AnimalID is 26585 and the Current Location is at the Sanctuary. Please see our website www.milofoundation.org for the current status of this animal. 7/9/18 Foster notes: Daisy is a very loving and gentle dog! I didn?t see any signs of aggression whatsoever, however she is very shy and timid. From what I understand, Daisy was surrendered to Milo and since being at the shelter she?s been having a really hard time and her anxiety has gotten worse. After a few days with us, Daisy?s personality shined! Happy wags in the morning and cuddles all night. All Daisy needs from someone is a little patience to help build her confidence. She is excellent in her kennel - when overly nervous it?s her safe space. She will go in without hesitation when asked. She isn?t difficult to walk, but there have been a couple times where she?s been spooked and began to pull. This behavior was easily corrected. Very quiet! Not a single bark for the time we had her. Other than a few nervous shakes at first, she had no issues in the car or while bathing her. We do not have dogs or cats living with us so I cannot say whether she?s good with other animals. During walks, she seemed to ignore the dogs we pass by and no reaction when approached by another dog. I think the ideal place for Daisy would be a home with no children in a quiet location. Overall such a great dog! ***** *Surrender Notes* 6/8/18 Daisy can be very sweet and affectionate, especially with me, and she behaves herself when I am with her. Daisy has separation anxiety but if I need to leave the house, she does very well when left in her pen. She willingly goes in, settles and it is like a safe spot for her. I have trained the dogs to eat in their own spots and to wait patiently for the food, which keeps any food aggression from happening. Daisy can have some leash aggression. She walks well on the leash and when she walks on my side by herself, she responds to my corrections, especially if I catch her before she escalates. Ideally, Daisy would be an only pet. She gets along with my other dog, but she can be territorial with her speciThis is the Animal Description Footer
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