Daisy was surrendered because she mauled a young kitten brought into the home and her behaviour changed towards an older cat who she had lived with since a pup.
Daisy lived with another elderly dog who died but has not met other dogs, she’s finding kennel life quite stressful and any dogs she’s met have been warned off very quickly! Daisy’s lead manners will require a lot of work but she’s not bothered for traffic or trains and hasn’t so far expressed an interest in sheep.
Daisy is not confident around new people and will bark quite ferociously, once you’ve been introduced she’s ok but it can be intimidating.. Daisy had to be muzzled to be examined by a vet.
Daisy loves football and other ball games, she is super fast! Incredible for such a wee dog!
What kind of home do we need for Daisy?
Daisy is not quite ready for rehoming but if the right person were to come along it would be advantageous if they could be part of her rehabilitation journey. They will need to visit the kennels regularly to spend time with her. She is not for the first time dog owner!
Daisy should have a secure and private garden so she can get off lead exercise (FOOTBALL!!) and not be approached by strangers. Given Daisy’s anxiety, Daisy cannot be rehomed with children, quieter teenagers could be considered.
If you’re interested in learning more about Daisy please contact us, you will be required to fill in an adoption application form before visiting the kennels.
Applications will close once we find a suitable applicant.
If you would like to register your interest in adopting a PADS dog please download, complete and return the adoption application form by email or post to:
Adoption Applications, PADS, Forteviot Kennels, Forteviot, Perth, PH2 9BSDOWNLOAD THE ADOPTION APPLICATION FORM