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> Daisy 11 Years Old Cocker Spaniel, With Pro Dogs Direct
Bugsie
post 6th Jan 2012, 10:08 pm
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Daisy

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Daisy is an 11 years young Cocker Spaniel.
She is hard of hearing and blind I one eye.

Daisy desperately wants a new home where
Her owners are able to look after her and pamper
Her a little.

She loves her walks and gets very happy and waggy
Tailed when she knows she is going out.

She will need to stay on a flexi lead because of her hearing.

Daisy is fine with other dogs. We are not sure about cats.

Daisy needs a new home with older children and people who
Can give her the life she deserves.

Daisy is on foster in Sidcup Kent


Donation will apply on adoption
Homechecks will be carried out
Please contact info@prodogsdirect.org or visit website www.prodogsdirect.org.uk for application
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KarenP
post 7th Jan 2012, 9:06 am
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Do you know if Daisy is spayed please?
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post 7th Jan 2012, 9:13 am
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Will ask and let you know asap
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post 7th Jan 2012, 12:26 pm
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Daisy has been speyed and vacinated.
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post 8th Jan 2012, 9:17 am
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Some more info from fosterer.

Daisy is 11 yrs and had not been cared for; she had a chronic ear infection which had been going on for nerly 2 years. The smell was disgusting. She was blind in one eye and had been snapping. She had been clipped on top and her legs left and I suspect this was done because the degree of matting to her legs caused such pain they left it. 90% of the mats are now gone and she has received treatment for the ears and improves daily. Any snapping was due to the pain she was in and she has proved to be a sweet natured girl, properly housetrained and very low maintenance. She has quite a few small skin tags/tumours but these are cosmetic only. Whoever takes her on will be very happy.

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post 11th Jan 2012, 1:08 pm
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Daisy continues to be a delightful house guest; she sleeps quietly in our utility room at night, gently lets you know when she needs to go out for a wee and then is back before you know it. She is friendly but not pushy with other dogs, not particularly fussy with food and takes treats gently from your hand - in short, she will melt into your life with no fuss whatsoever. She learns very quickly for an elderly dog. Out on walks she is light on the lead and never pulls, but she has an elegant stride and moves like a much younger dog. I don't have a cat but she shows no prey/chase instinct towards our chickens - in fact I had to "rescue" her yesterday when the chickens, assuming she was some alien invader, surrounded her and were proceeding to karate chop her with their feet. Poor Daisy just stood there patiently, her tail gently wagging as I led her back inside.

Her vet check up showed a miraculous improvement to her ears, though the ear drops will continue so that the skin can stabilise. Anyone who has had cocker spaniels will know how prone they can be to ear infections and whoever takes Daisy on will want to keep her ears clean and check on them regularly as part of their basic healthcare routine but no specific treatment will be needed.

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post 16th Feb 2012, 8:18 am
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This lady is still waiting !!!!!!!
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post 9th Mar 2012, 9:09 pm
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This lady is a treasure, she will make a wonderful companion.
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post 13th Mar 2012, 9:38 am
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I can't believe Daisy is still waiting err.gif
She looks and sounds adorable.
I soo hope she finds her forever home soon, gorgeous girl wub.gif
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post 6th Apr 2012, 11:32 am
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Surely someone has a Daisy shaped space in their home? err.gif
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