Daisy


Jack Russell Terrier/Smooth Fox Terrier
Picture of Daisy, a female Jack Russell Terrier/Smooth Fox Terrier

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Home:Salisbury Adelaide, South Australia, Australia  [I have a diary!]  
Age: 8 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 1-10 lbs

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Nicknames:
Crazy Daisy, Oopsa Daisy, Daisy Doh, Crazy Yapper, Poop Machine,Dweezie.

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

Birthday:
May 8th 2006

Likes:
Liver Treats and Tummy rubs,

Pet-Peeves:
When people won't eat and cuddle me at the same time!

Favorite Toy:
Rope/tennis ball duck doll

Favorite Food:
Liver treats, and did I mention liver treats?

Favorite Walk:
Any where will do

Best Tricks:
Peeing on peoples shoes as a form of greeting.

Arrival Story:
My son Jordan had wanted a pure Jack Russell or mini Foxi X ever since his Aunty, who he calls Diddy, got her second dog, Pepper. We had been trying to line one up for him to arrive as close as possible to his eighth birthday. When we got a call from a local pet shop a couple of weeks before the day to say they had just received 3 gorgeous little girls, I picked Jordan up from school and told him we were going to meet a special friend at the shopping centre. He was so expecting a people friend so when I came to the Pet shop and showed him the beautiful pups, his eyes lit up with delight. He was expecting me to say, come on, we need to meet our friend. Imagine his excitement when I told him he could pick one as his special friend and birthday gift! He did not need to labour over the decision, his heart was set on the little lady we would come to know as Crazy Daisy. It's funny, but the slightly lopsided facial markings and the kink in her tail that caused me to overlook her at first, and consider the other two pups are now some of the very things that make her so special.

Forums Motto:
My bark's bigger'n your bark

I've Been On Dogster Since:
March 16th 2007 More than 7 years!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

Dogster Id:
499856


Meet my family
Jacob (in
loving memory)

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Daisy's Daily Doodlings "No, Not doo-doos!"


Wigging Out

June 9th 2007 3:46 pm
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Woof the?....Who knew you could even get wigs for us? I've just added a new primary photo so you guys could share the joy, not only can we pups now get all sorts of cool clothing and bling, but wigs too! I hope you enjoy this new photo of me dressed as Mildred, of old british show called "George and Mildred" Mum's on the lookout for a Nylon jumpsuit for me to complete the look. Hope you guys are all barkin' well. Love Daisy XXX

 

Ouch, What the Yelp?

March 16th 2007 7:01 am
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Hey guy's, I have just been through a very weird experience and wondered if any of you have ever had something like that happen. Mum took me for a ride in the car to the vet, which I was pleased about cause I love rides in the car, and the nurses at the Vet's office are always doing nice things for me and giving me liver treats. But what happened next was really weird. I don't really remember why, but for some reason I had a nap while I was there, but when I woke up, I had this weird bucket thing on my head and I felt like I had been dragging my belly around on gravel for a couple of days straight. I asked the nurse what had happened and she said I was doing well and everything would be alright. I don't remember what I had been doing, but considering to pain I was in, I can't have done it too well really. I think she was just being kind.

Mum said that I needed to wear the collar to my tummy would heal. I just wish someone could tell me what happened, because if I ever find out what is was, you can be sure I'll never try that again!

Mum took me to the Vet again today. I was a little scared this time, though I forgot about that when I saw the nice nurses again. One of them looked at my tummy and played this weird game on it with a silver thingy. What that was about I have no idea, but at least my tummy is feeling a lot better these days.

 

Time Flies

February 16th 2007 6:36 am
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Sorry I haven't kept up with my diary. I have just been having so much fun with my family that I forgot. Don't get me wrong, it hasn't been all liver treats and Rosettes.
Take for example the day Mummy found by people brother Jordan swinging me around the front yard by my leash, attached to me not by a harness mind you, but a little thin collar. When she rescued me, I wasn't sure what to first, give her a kiss, do the wee I was taken out there for, or suck my eyeballs back into their sockets. Things were not all liver treats and Rosettes for Jordan after that either. Needless to say, he has not given me a collar whizzy since.

Then there was the time I decided that since liver treats come from a cow, and so does the suede of my collar, so why wouldn't it be nourishing and delicious too. So I jumped up onto Mum's lap and, while she was watching some TV, worked the collar off and started to chow down. It wasn't quite a tasty as I had expected so I just decided to down it and get it over with, cause I was still convinced it must at least be good for me. When I got to the Sparkly Silver bits, they were surprisingly difficult to swallow and made me cough. Mum looked down onto her lap and saw the shiny bit hanging out of my mouth and squarked and got all flustered. She slowly pulled the collar out of me and threw it in the bin. She said it was no good cause I was too tricky, and bought me a little purple harness. I loved the colour, and even though I have outgrown it too now, I never quite figured out how to eat that one. My neck is now big enough to go back to wearing normal collars, though Mum says she will never again buy me a suede one. She said something about them stretching too much to be safe.

I play lots with my Big Brother Jacob and my people siblings, Jordan and Erin. I love barking at Jordan when we play. For some reason Mummy is not too happy when I do this right by her feet when she is trying to cook tea. And when the others have gone to bed for the night, I get to snuggle up in front of the T.V. with Mum and Dad. This is the life.....

 
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