Sex: Female Weight: 51-100 lbs
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January 28th 2003
Papa, Papa, Papa...she's a "Papa's girl"
Pesty little brother, Harley!
Everything! But especially what Harley has at the time!
anywhere with Papa
We wanted a hearing companion for our deafie, and found Daisy 300 miles away, via internet friends
Our sweet Daisy went to the Rainbow Bridge today. She was diagnosed with a NON CANCEROUS Severe Case of Tonsilitis...she responded well to meds for awhile, then took a turn for the worse. Today we had to put her down...so sad. She will always be remembered for her loving nature, doggie kisses, annoying bark, and love for her PaPa! Run free sweet Mama
gimme it...it's mine mine mine!
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FANCYPANTS CAFE, Boxers International
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|June 2nd 2005
||More than 7 years!
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June 2nd 2005 9:16 am
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Daisy had been placed with a family in Illinois when she was a pup. They returned her to the breeder when she was 18 months old, becoz she required too much attention, and was making it difficult for them to show any attention to thier older boxer. The breeder was once agian searching for a forever home for the "misfit" white boxer.
We had decided to find a hearing companion for our deafie, Harley. After many days of searching, we found Daisy through a boxer group via the internet. The breeder was located in Illinois, and we live in Ohio.....but, she was going to a dog show in Michigan, so we arranged to meet there! We packed up our crewcab truck, with a kennel for Daisy, and her soon to be brother, Harley, and we were on the road !
It was a long trip, about 300 miles. When we finally arrived, and met Daisy, it was love at first site! She is such a sweetheart. The breeder asked nothing in return, except we make a donation to a pet rescue in Daisy's name.
After a few minutes of sniffing and potty , we loaded up "our furkids" for the return trip!
Not knowing Daisy, we put her in the kennel, and she was comfy for the trip. Harley sat himself next to her, and cried! He wanted his sissy out of the cage....and a few miles down the road, he managed to open the door and let her out! She climbed up in the front seat, snuggled into my lap, and that's where she stayed . Harley came up front too, and layed next to her. Papa drove us home!
She and Harley were soon best buds, (as you can see from the picture of the two of them snuggling together).They have thier disagreements, and squabbles, but for the most part, they get along very well. Daisy is definitely an attention HOG, but there's enough love to go around in this house.
It was a long ride home, but Daisy is now in her FUREVER home
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