Happy Tails


Amy Gowertz - Wednesday, February 21, 2018

I adopted Daisy 7 months ago. She was a very anxious dog from the beginning and didn't trust men or children. In new situations, Daisy would tremble and shake, although she was always a sweetheart and was not an aggressive dog. I first met Daisy 6 weeks before I brought her home, and over the course of those 6 weeks she and I built a relationship at her foster mom's home. The day I brought her home she never looked back. She has been getting stronger and more confident every day. Although she still gets scared inside elevators and on the c-train, and has trouble letting anyone but me groom her, overall she's very curious about people and especially children. She loves to be outside and roll around in the grass, so we go for three walks a day. All the neighbours know her - if anyone tries to pet her she's flighty (although when they have their back turned she'll follow them to get a whiff of their scent)! Other dogs bring out the puppy in her, she loves to bounce up to the neighbourhood dogs and challenge them to a race around the block. She always wins. Daisy also has a mischievous side to her that comes out at home. She likes to zoom around the house and over the furniture, steal all my socks and hoard them under my bed, and leave me bones and snacks under my blankets. 

I'm really happy Daisy chose me to come home with. She's made my life a lot brighter. She has a lot of love to give and is happy and at peace now.

I've attached some pictures of Daisy the first day I brought her home to now.

Take care,


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