DAYSY


Rhodesian Ridgeback/American Staffordshire Terrier
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Home:WASHINGTON, DC  [I have a diary!]  
Age: 11 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 51-100 lbs

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Nicknames:
DAYSY MAE, DAYSY DOODLE, CRAZY DAYSY

Doggie Dynamics:
 Energy 
sleepyenergetic
 
 Intelligence 
sillygenius
 
 Friendliness 
aggressiveaffectionate
 
 Playfulness 
not playfulvery playful
 
 Disposition 
anxiouscalm
 

Sun Sign:
Quick Bio:
-dog rescue

Birthday:
April 16th 2003

Likes:
PLAYING, SLEEPING, EATING AND STEALING SUNNY BUNNY'S HAY

Pet-Peeves:
I DON'T REALLY HAVE ANY. I'M JUST A HAPPY DOG!

Favorite Toy:
MR. SQUEAKY. WHO IS ACTUALLY NOW IN TWO PARTS. BUT I HAVEN'T DESTUFFED HIM AS HE'S MY BEST BUD.

Favorite Food:
ANYTHING WITH PEANUT BUTTER

Favorite Walk:
LINCOLN PARK

Best Tricks:
SHAKING PAWS WITH BOTH HANDS

Arrival Story:
DAYSY WAS APPARENTLY FOUND WANDERING THE ROADS OF WEST VA. SHE WAS TAKEN TO A LOCAL SHELTER. SOMEONE SPOTTED HER PICTURE AND BROUGHT HER CLOSER TO MY AREA. I ATTENDED AN ADOPTION EVENT AND ENDED UP BRINGING HER HOME TO LIVE WITH ME. SHE BRIGHTENS MY DAY AND LOVES TO SNUGGLE UP TO SLEEP.

Forums Motto:
DAYSY - "I'M A WILD WOMAN!!!"

The Groups I'm In:
For the Love of Bullies, BRUCE RESCUE"S GROUP., Bullies are Good Dogs, Canine-Americans for Obama, Friends of Kingsman Field, Furry Short Stories, light a candle...., Pit Bull Galaxy, United We Stand (For All Breeds)

The Last Forum I Posted In:
Cesar Millan

I've Been On Dogster Since:
November 22nd 2005 More than 8 years!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

Dogster Id:
226031


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Daysy's Days


Happy 2010 to all!!!

January 10th 2010 9:16 am
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Wow I can't believe how long it's been since my Mom typed a diary entry for me. Things have been busy for her I guess.

We found a home for one of the kitties. Someone who works with Mom took Missy, a beautiful gray tiger. She was pretty shy at first and hid all the time. But the person was smart and patient enough to know she just needed time to settle in. She had only known life on the street and then life with me and Mom. She has finally settled in and become quite affectionate.

We took a road trip at Thanksgiving to meet my Aunt Cheryl and her family for lunch. I got two new stuffie/squeaky toys from my Aunt Cheryl - a hamburger and a dolphin. They squeak just right!!!

We went to Williamsburg, VA in December. We drove down and my Aunt Cheryl drove up. On Saturday we went to Colonial Williamsburg. Holly and Max from Adventure Dogs were there too. We had a great time!!! Dogs can't go into houses and shops but otherwise it is very dog friendly there. Everyone made such a fuss over us. We are just so cute and friendly!!! There was a Humane Society that was selling all sorts of stuff to benefit homeless animals. We got some yummy food and I got a very cool Christmas bandana. My Mom also put a bow on their tree in honor of me, our horse Half Moon Bay and Molly Bunny.

Holly and Max had to go home on Sunday. Me and Mom and Aunt Cheryl stayed til Tuesday. We visited several wineries. Of course!!! We drove up the Chesapeake Bay and I got to walk on the beach. That was great fun. We saw some really pretty Christmas light exhibits in Newport News and on the boardwalk at VA Beach. You actually get to drive down the boardwalk. We walked out on the beach but I wasn't too sure about the noise from the waves. And it was dark!!! Of course I got to share lots of picnics and leftovers and got lots of treats. And our room had TWO beds!!!

The next week Mom was busy with her Santas for the Homeless thing. People get food, clothes and toiletries together, meet on Christmas Eve and put everything into gift bags and hand them out.

Our best friend Jerry had to go into the hospital just before Christmas. He is doing very well. Knock wood!!! But please send him healing thoughts. Mom is thinking of disguising me as a Therapy Dog so I can visit. I am sure I could cheer everyone up and I am VERY well behaved.

Everything was so hectic at Christmas that we haven't yet met up with my Aunt Cheryl and her family. We will be doing that next weekend. I can't wait as I know she has at least two more presents for me!!! And I love a roadtrip!

It has been VERY cold here in DC. Mom has been putting out lots of food for the stray and ferals and giving them warm water morning and night. She has to go out to the stable and make up beet pulp mashes for my horse sister Half Moon Bay and give her hot water too.

I hope you are all warm and happy!!!

Daysy

 

Social Butterfly

August 31st 2009 9:10 pm
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I have been a busy bee the past couple of months. My Meetup Group organizer Holly (VA Adventure Dogs) has been keeping us busy with fun things that we can do with our pup parents.

We went to Barrel Oak Winery's Dog Days of Summer on August 2nd. This is a really cool place where dogs can even go in the tasting area. A DC rescue, Lucky Dog, was having a fundraiser so we drank for a good cause. BOL!!

Om August 15th we went to the Dog Days Peach and Sunflower Festival at Great Country Farms in Bluemont, VA. There were all kinds of farm animals, an obstacle course for dogs to practice on, a pond to swim in and we even went on a wagon ride to pick peaches. Bluemont Winery just across the street got in on this too. Not only did we get in to the tasting room, but the pup parents had their tasting at the table. We all got to share fresh bread and yummy cheeses. The pups didn't get any wine but someone has to find the way home. The people at the next table loved me and I got cheese and sausage from them. Yummy!!! My Aunt Cheryl was up for a visit and she went too. That made it even more fun.

The next day me, Mom and Aunt Cheryl went down Route 5 in MD in search of lighthouses. We found a couple, along with a great Civil War cemetary and memorial. The lighthouse on Solomon's Island had burnt down but we had a great late lunch at the Catmarran. The hostess and waitress were really nice to me. I even got a bowl of ICE water! We has ice cream cones for dessert and then headed home.

On August 29th we had a Day out in Annapolis. We went on two cruises, walked around the Naval Academy grounds, bought picnic fixins and went to a free concert in the Quiet Waters Park. Mom won a raffle and got a coupon for ice cream. I hope we can get back to use it. I LOVE ice cream!!!

We have a new family member, Molly. She is a 4 month old Lionshead bunny that Mom adopted. She is really cute. I think she likes me.

That's it for now. Hope all you pups are having a PAWSOME summer!!!!

 

Happy Spring!!!

May 17th 2009 2:34 am
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My Mom has been crazy busy and we didn't log in for awhile. It was good to catch up on all the news with my pup pals. My Mom is on night shift at work this weekend and played that identify a dog game to pass some time. She won 50 zealies!! I gots to send prezzies to all my pals. That was fun!!!

We went to the wine festival with the NOVA Adventure Dogs. It was pretty hot that day so we cut it short and grabbed a spot in the shade at a very dog friendly restraunt. They brought us bowls of water and everyone made of us. It was great!!! Afterwards we went to a really nice dog park but we were too hot and tired to play much. Mom and I came home and took a nap. BOL!!!

We went on a hike at the National Arboretum with the NOVA Trail Dogs. Mom enjoyed all the beautiful flowers. I had a great time at the "unofficial" dog park we found by the river. Except for when I slipped off the dock into the river. That was not fun!!! Mom and another pup's Mom came flying and pulled me out. Maybe I should learn to swim? But definitely not in such deep water.

I have been to a couple of the dog parks several times this month. We've been walking around DC. I got to go to a cool restraunt at Eastern Market when my Mom met a friend for dinner. We may go on a cruise and then to a Yappy Hour next month. Mom isn't sure just how I will do on a boat. She wants to take me car camping at the ocean this summer too.

We are going to be moving 6 of the younger ferals that Mom wasn't succesful with socializing completely to my Aunt Cheryl's next month. She lives out in the country. They will be outside cats there. Safer than the DC streets for sure but I know it's hard for my Mom to do. We found a good home for a friendly one. Yeah!!! Mom was very happy about that. We still need to find homes for some 6 month old kittens. They're beautiful so if you're in the market please let us know. Unfortunately we may have to euthanize one of the older ferals. He is FIV positive and hasn't been doing well lately. He is going to the feral spay/neuter clinic today to get checked out.

That's pretty much it for now. Play hard and make sure you get lots of treats!!!

 
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