(Daisy is represented by: MAGSR)

Gender: Female
Breed: German Shepherd Dog
Color: Black & Tan
Date of Birth: 10/02/2018
Date of Birth is estimated: Yes
Current Size: 67 lbs
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Housebroken: Yes
Obedience Trained: No
Living With: Foster
History: Owner Surrender

Good With Kids: No
Good with Cats: Unknown
Other Dogs OK: Yes, Large Males only

Foster ID:
Foster Needed?: No

Represented by: MAGSR
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NID#: 7580
Date Added:
Added to DB: Fri, 2020-10-02 00:50
Last updated: Sat, 2020-11-14 18:56

Not Ready for Adoption: No
Commitment Dog: No
Show as New: Yes
Special Needs: No
Dog Record Archived (1=Yes/0=No): 0



Daisy and her brother Stanley found themselves in a shelter when their mom unexpectedly passed away. Daisy is quite unsure of herself and all the changes she has faced. It takes a moment for this sweet girl to trust and bond but once she does trust you, the youthful bouncy puppy antics come out. She is extremely skittish with new people and needs a family that will go slow with her to build her trust and confidence while keeping her safe. If you are patient and consistent this girl will reward you ten-fold. 

Daisy has been in her foster home for almost a week and is settling in nicely. She is a quiet girl that just wants to be close to her people. She is crate trained and done well in the home. She doesn't seem to know what toys are but enjoys the occasional bully stick. Daisy loves taking daily walks and is learning about leash manners. If you think your family is able to provide her the love, patience, consistency, and training she needs to be the amazing dog we know is in there please apply today. 


Beautiful Daisy has been with us for about five weeks. She has shown us she is a bouncy playful happy-go-lucky typical GSD once she is comfortable and trusts her people. As comfortable as she is with us, she lacks confidence and is extremely fearful when presented with new people and situations. Daisy will benefit from a patient family that provides consistency and structure, as well as, patience without feeling sorry for her. She is incredibly smart, and we are working on basic obedience. Daisy will flourish with training and this will strengthen a bond between her and her new family. Daisy knows sit, down and we are working on her heal. Daisy is housebroken and crate trained. A bonus for training is that Daisy is incredibly treat motivated. Daisy’s fear has made it a challenge with dog introductions. She is not a fan of female dogs and has been fearful of the male dogs she has met. Daisy was not properly socialized in her first two years of life, so we are slowly working to overcome some of these fears. She had her first field trip to Tractor Supply and did surprisingly well even though we could see she was very uncomfortable. We are taking it slow with her but continuing to slowly push her outside her comfort level each day. We have noticed that Daisy is more comfortable with women but with some persistence from her foster dad, Daisy is now happy to greet him with tails wags and kisses and has become quite playful with him. She does continue to submissive pee when he goes to leash her up. Daisy would do best in a home with a fenced backyard as she is a bit stubborn about going potty on a leash. She enjoys romping around the backyard but has no idea what to do with toys. We did uncover that she absolutely loves a good bully stick. If you think you have the patience to go slow to help Daisy overcome her fears and learn to trust she will reward you for years to come so please apply today!