Daisy Jane 19-4630

Happy New Year!! Christmas came and went, and unfortunately Santa didn’t find my forever home. That’s ok. I know that the perfect family is out there for me. I did get some nice Christmas presents though. I got some new tennis balls (they are my favorite!), some really yummy treats and a new coat. It hasn’t been cold enough to wear the coat yet, but maybe soon. I am still happy and healthy in my foster home. Foster mom has been taking me for two walks a day since it’s cool enough in the evenings to go. I really love my walks! I’m working on all of my training commands. Foster mom says I am
doing so well and that I am a very good girl. Foster mom and dad laugh because I can be a silly girl and roll over and just wag my tail. Hey, when a girl wants a belly rub, what do you expect her to do??
I really like my foster parents and foster siblings, but I would really love my own forever home. Could it be you? If so, please let the nice people at BRBR know that you want me, Daisy Jane!
Daisy Jane


Breed: Boxer Mix
 Sex: F
 Age: 7 Years
 Weight: 65 lbs
 HW Status: Negative
 Tail: Full Tail
 Ears: Natural
 Spay/Neuter: Spayed
 Good with male dogs: Yes
 Good with female dogs: Yes
 Good with small dogs: Unknown
 Good with cats: Unknown
 Good with children: Unknown, but most likely yes
 Energy Level scale 1-9 (sleepy –energetic): 7
 Intelligence scale 1-9 (silly-genius): 7
 Friendliness scale 1-9 (aggressive-affectionate): 9
 Playfulness scale 1-9 (not playful-very playful): 8
 Disposition scale 1-9 (anxious-calm): 8
 Nicknames:
 Favorite food/toy/treats: Loves all food and treats. Only toy she will play
with is a tennis ball.
 Must be in a home that has the following: Another dog and tall fenced
yard. 6’ or above would be ideal. She can easily jump a 4’ fence.
 Is a fence necessary or is leashed exercise sufficient?: Daisy Jane must be
in a home that will take her on long walks. She loves to walk and gets very
antsy without at least one long daily walk. She does like to run in the yard,
but it must be fenced. She will follow her nose and leave the yard if she is
not fenced in.
 Medical issues: None
 Needs work on: Not escaping the yard.