Daisy can be very unsure around strangers so her new family will have to be prepared to build a relationship with her which may take some time. She prefers a hands off approach initially but soon loves fuss and attention. Owners with patience and the time to commit to multiple meets would be ideal for her and rewarding for the family to be able support her through this transition to a new home.
Type of home needed
Daisy will need a family who have previous experience of owning collies, know the breed traits and understand the work ahead. She must be kept on lead when in public which means it is very important she has her own secure private garden with a 5ft fence which should have no gaps. An open plan home will not suit Daisy as she will need to be seperated from any visitors. A quiet home environment would be best as would quiet areas to walk. She is looking for a home with adults only and no visiting children under the age of 18 years old. She is looking to be the only pet in the home to ensure she continues to progress through her training. Given a lot of time, patience and positive reward based training Daisy will make a great companion.
More about me
Once settled Daisy can be left for a few hours and is house trained. Daisy may not be ready to meet any potential adopters straight away as she is still working on her training here at the centre but we would like to find her the right family to work with as soon as she is ready. If you would like to apply to adopt Daisy please click on the " Come and Meet Me " button. We can only respond to successful applications. We can only take applications within a 1 hour drive from the centre.
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