Daisy (#3858) is a petite, beautiful 1-year old Labrador retriever-mix weighing 34 pounds. Daisy came to GBR as a stray. Born with a rare genetic anomaly, Daisy underwent a spay / neuter procedure that medically pronounced her a female. Everything about her is as lovely and gentle as her namesake flower. Daisy is also diabetic, but with care and love, it won’t hold her back. Her diabetes is easily controlled with twice-daily insulin injections and proper diet. Don’t worry, the injections are a breeze to administer. Just ask Daisy.
According to her foster family, Daisy is as sweet as they come. She has that playful, fun attitude of a one-year-old pooch but follows commands readily. She loves her squeaky dragon, backyard and walks to the lake. She travels well, loves to meet and greet people and pets. Daisy would prove an excellent companion for any age, whether traveling the open road, hanging out with the family, or exploring the great outdoors.
All descriptions above are what we know about this dog when it was first released to GBR. Dogs are typically in foster care for three to four weeks. During that time, we will discover its true personality as witnessed by its particular foster family. The dog’s personality traits may change as it becomes accustomed to its new foster home.