Daisy's image
Daisy's image
Daisy's image
Daisy's image
Daisy's image
Daisy's image
  • Age
    9 Years 3 Months
  • Living with children I can live with teenagers
  • Breed Mongrel
  • Living with dogs I prefer to live alone
  • Sex Female
  • Living with cats I can't live with cats
  • Size Large
  • Ideal home location I prefer to live away from the inner city
  • Centre Battersea
  • Reference 365157

More about Daisy

Daisy may be larger than your average dog, but she is a gentle and sensitive soul, looking for a quiet home where she can find her feet.

Daisy generally walks really nicely on lead, but she really comes to life if you show her a toy, so any new owners must have a plentiful supply of teddies and tennis balls! She loves to carry her favourites toys with her on her walks.

She has really enjoyed plodding around at Battersea park but does have a keen eye for squirells.

Daisy is looking for owners who have owned large breeds before. She can also be a little unsure around new people at times so will need quiet places for her walks and a household that doesn't expect too many visitors. Once she has built a bond with you she is incredibly loyal and loving and enjoys having a fuss.

If you think you can offer Daisy a quiet and loving home with an extra large bed, please get in touch.

Find out more about our dog rehoming process.

Apply to rehome

Apply to rehome online or call us on 0800 001 4444.


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