Available for Adoption
Pet ID # 23-0407
- DOB: 10/11/2016
- Weight: 49.98 Pounds
- Physical Fence Required: Not Required
- Housetrained: No
- Obedience Training Needed: Needs Training
- Exercise Needs: Low
- Shedding Amount: Moderate
- Grooming Needs: Not Required
- Owner Experience Needed: Species
- Reaction to New People: Cautious
- Activity level: Slightly Active
- Requires Another Dog in the Home?: No
- Good with Other Dogs?: Yes
- Good with Cats?: Yes
- Good with Kids?: No
- Good with Cats
- Good with Dogs
More about Daffodil
- Is not Vocal
- Requires a yard
- Independent / aloof
- DOB: 10/11/2016
- Requires another dog in home: No
- Okay with dogs of all sizes: Yes
- Okay with cats: Yes
- Okay with children under 12 years old: Unknown
- Weight: 49.98 lbs
- Requires a fenced yard: No
- Note: dogs must always be leashed whenever outside of a contained area. Invisible/ underground fencing is not recommended for most rescue dogs.
Hi! I’m Daffodil and although you might think that’s a funny name, you just watch me bloom! It’s been a slow adjustment to being in a home but I’m blossoming more and more every day. My people are so proud of me!
I’m still a little shy but have finally felt comfortable enough to come out of the crate and explore for a little bit. I'm a shy girl so need a little time to acclimate to my new environment. I'm not ready for snuggles yet, but I am working very hard on being brave and will someday!
I haven’t a CLUE what toys are but occasionally I’ll entertain you (and myself) by chasing my tail. I almost got it! I’m not really food motivated, but I do like yummy treats more than toys right now. I have other big dogs in my foster home that have shown me all kinds of great things about being a dog - they have been helpful in trying to get on a routine (I am almost 100% potty trained!) and showing me which treats are yummy. I ignore the cat in my foster home - not sure what the big deal is so likely I would be fine with small dog. Not sure what I think of kids since I'm not used to a lot of commotion, but older kids are likely fine.
My people said I am a quiet girl – you won’t hear me bark much, not even in my kennel. I am a good girl in my kennel and prefer to be in there even when my foster is home. My crate is always open so I can go in there and feel safe. I have gone a few places with my foster family - while I wasn't super worried in the car, they said I wasn't totally relaxed enough to enjoy it. Like everything else, the more exposure, I’ll likely come to like it.
I’m potty trained and crate trained, I do great on a routine. I am SOOOOO close to being potty trained on a good schedule. My people walk my around the yard on a leash and I do my business. I don't need a fenced yard as long as you are committed to continue leash training with me. We are doing such a great job working on my leash training, and we can keep practicing when we go for walks!
I don’t seek out being petted but I sure enjoy it when you come to me to do it. Please be patient with me and I promise to be patient with you! All I need now is a forever family with patience, unconditional love and a daffodil size spot in your heart for me to grow!