May I introduce Gem aka Daisy who is a GSD cross and 3 years of age. She was microchipped but vaccinations needed restarting and she is now spayed. Gem originally came into us through the Police:
“Daisy was purchased as a puppy by single mother of 3 children as a child’s birthday present. Has quickly been relegated to the garden, complaints of noise etc, dog has escaped and placed another mother and children in fear. Owner has a lack of control and is concerned for her 3 children so has disclaimed the dog to Police in the hope it may be rehomed.
An officer (not a handler) attended the locally arranged seizure with a view to possible rehoming, but Daisy showed aggression to him. Arrived to me muzzled in the back of the van, happy for me to get her out, affectionate towards me and then content for me to remove muzzle, happy to be fussed etc. Slightly reluctant to get in my van, content for me to lift her up, then shortly after snarling at me from the cage. Then friends again and happy for me to walk her on a slip lead to her kennels.”
Gem did go to a home where she was going to be trained for a working life but sadly circumstances changed (not of her making), meaning she is once again looking for her forever home. When she arrived she was no young children, no cats, and dog reactive but actually was living with a child and other dogs.
Daisy is a typical gobby young lady that needs plenty of direction and boundaries that she has missed out on. Will need an experienced home to keep her on the straight and narrow and an energetic home to keep up with her!
This is what the kennels have to say about Daisy:
“This girl is very loving with high energy. She is very loving and cuddly with her people and is eager to learn new things. She can be selective with dogs to so careful introduction. She also walks great on lead too.”
Can you help Crazy Daisy please?
- Essex - KENNELS
- DOB 2.7.20
- Good with children:
- Yes - Older Only
- Good with other dogs:
- Careful introduction
- Good with cats:
- OK in Home