Daisy - Rescues 2the Rescue



Daisy is a very sweet girl who is a lot of dog! We call her "high octane" and "the Ferrari of dogs." True to her breed, she is super energetic and incredibly smart. She is food and toy motivated. She loves having a job and has some experience with barn hunt. She is agile and fit! She has a lot of typical heeler behaviors including a very strong herding drive, which comes out when she has nothing else to do. She plays well with other dogs after proper introductions; she can be dog selective, however. She has never met a human she doesn't love, though like many heelers, she is more attached to one of her "people." Since coming into rescue she has been trained exclusively with modern, least-intrusive, minimally aversive techniques. She has been living in her current foster home for nine months and is crate trained.

Score 28
Breed Australian Cattle Dog
Sex Female
Birthdate (Est.) 10/2016
Weight 45
Arrival Date at Shelter Oct 17, 2018
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Photo credit: Kurt Wilson
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