Daisy May

Picture of Daisy May, a female Bloodhound

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Home:Odessa, TX  
Age: 10 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 100+ lbs

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Dais, MayMay, Big Girl, Ham Dog, Hound Pony, Slobbermouth, Slobberhound, slobberlips!

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

Quick Bio:

March 8th 2006

HUGS, Daddy's belly scratches, walks, and tennis balls!

The cats - they insist on running from her, not enough attention, CAR RIDES!

Favorite Toy:
Ginger, tennis balls, rope toys.

Favorite Food:
Purina Dog Chow, pedigree canned food, and any good left over pieces of meat or green beans!

Favorite Walk:
Anywhere she can go!

Best Tricks:
She does a kind of gentle slam dunk wrestling move with Ginger, Sit, Down, Roll-over.

Arrival Story:
We had been wanting a bloodhound for about 12 years now, but have been wrapped up in one thing or another and questioned whether we had the appropriate amount of time to spend with such a "DOG"!!! My husband had just passed up a deal to get a male bloodhound puppy a few weeks before he spotted Daisy. We both decided we would not pass up another opportunity to bring one into our family. My hubby was off for lunch this particular Monday and ran across a sign in a yard for an AKC bloodhound puppy. He stopped, mingled with the puppy and pet her, and then he called me. This was a big deal for him - for us! We had put off getting a dog for such a long time and here was the opportunity. He told me there were several people waiting to take her home, but he was first in line and he wanted me to make the final decision. So, I rushed into town and the rest is history!

Daisy has been with us since June 26, 2006 and we have loved every bit of our time with her. I was extremely nervous when she started growing so rapidly. My husband and I have some back problems and I have bone problems also, and I was beginning to think that maybe we had gotten into more than we could handle with such a large breed dog. We started training classes and I have learned how to handle her better. Not to mention, she is also settling down so much on her own. It's like she already knows she is a BIG girl and she backs off a bit! We are so grateful that we made the decision to bring her home and give her a family! She definitely belongs with us and we with her!

Forums Motto:
Hound Dog kisses for everyone!

The Last Forum I Posted In:
Help Me Find A Therapy Dog!

Scarey Things::
BIG West Texas winds, Horses and Cows, Pieces of tin, and loud noises.

I've Been On Dogster Since:
August 16th 2006 More than 10 years!

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