My name is Daisy and I am your Foster Dog of the Week. As you can see from my picture I am a strikingly beautiful Basset Hound. Look at my wonderful markings. I am about five years old and a petite gal weighing in at about 36 pounds. I have come quite a long way since I was rescued by CBHR. When I first got to my foster home I was pretty overwhelmed and I wanted to hang out in my crate so I could check things out. After a while I decided to poke my head out and see what what was going on out there. Finally I decided to venture out and see what was happening. I sure am glad I decided to do that because there were people waiting to pet me. They were so excited to see me and I liked all that petting so much I even jumped up to get more. They were so nice to give me time to get used to everything.
There are a few other dogs that live here too and I have decided to join in on the fun and play with them. They have been so good at teaching me how this whole pack thing works. Everyone thinks that it is very funny when I get so excited when I see a squirrel outside that I can hardly contain myself. I really like people and dogs and I love all the attention I have been getting. I am learning about house manners and my foster mom says I am doing really great. I have these pesky things they tell me are called heart worms, but I started treatments a couple of weeks ago. The doctor said that at the end of April I will be ready to go to a forever home. You know what they say: “all good things are worth waiting for”. If you want a very special Daisy of your own, fill out an application to adopt me!
February 24, 2014