Daisy Mae

German Shepherd/Pembroke Welsh Corgi
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Age: 12 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 26-50 lbs

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Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

Quick Bio:
-service dog

June 1st 2004

Attention and Food

People making faces at her.

Favorite Toy:
Any Squeaky.

Favorite Food:
Bad for her but Raisins. She'll wrestle you for them.

Favorite Walk:
Anywhere that she can get attention.

Best Tricks:
Picking up on human emotions and working to calm people.

Arrival Story:
Daisy was given to me by a great friend after I lost my 1st Psychiatric Service Dog. I wasn't sure that she was the one for me because she was little and I am partial to big dogs. But I agreed to take her for the weekend and see what happen, that was almost 3 years ago. She has really helped me with my recovery and I wouldn't trade her for anything in the world. People often tell me that if I would want to give her up they would take her, my response is always the same "You'd bring her back because she is bossy and spoiled". But that's the way I like her.

Daisy is getting to the point that she will be retiring soon. She is semi-retired now. She would prefer to swim, play and lay around the house. We have been together 5 years and she has worked hard so now it's time for her to relax and just have fun!!!

Forums Motto:

The Last Forum I Posted In:
chain/choke collar

I've Been On Dogster Since:
March 15th 2008 More than 8 years!

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In my Life

How life as a Psychiatric Service Dog began for me.

March 16th 2008 6:57 am
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I was living with a great lady but I have something that they called "seperation anxiety" so everytime she would leave me, I would begin chewing, I hate being home alone. She would punish me but I couldn't help myself. But then she heard about my current mom losing her "Psychiatric Service Dog" Buddy and even though she loved me she thought maybe it would be best for me and my mom if she would place me with Eva (my mom). That was almost 3 years ago and we have been together ever since.

I caught right on to Service work, it really doesn't seem much like work to me. After all I enjoy people, going for rides, and seeing new stuff but most of all the love being with my MOM.

Mom now trains "Psychiatric Service Dogs" and does educational presentations on us. She sayes it helps other people to understand my work with her. All I know is its fun I get new friends at home regularly and I get to go places show off and be the center of everyone's attention, afterall the presentations are about Me, oh yeah and Olsa. We have great fun!!

That's really all I can remember about how it began for me. Oh yeah, I had to go to school, something called basic obidence and canine good citizenship training. But really it was just fun because I got to meet new friends, get together every week with them for several weeks and show off how good I listen.

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