Miss Daisy – Adopted February 2021

Miss Daisy – Adopted February 2021

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Meet Miss Daisy
Status: Fostered
Estimated Age: 1 Year

Estimated Weight: 25 Pounds

UPDATE – 20 FEBRUARY 2021: Daisy has made amazing progress at her foster home. Here is what her foster mom has to say about this fun girl:

Daisy has made so much progress!! I would no longer describe her as high energy. She has settled in nicely and spends 90% of her time curled up in your lap. I think she would benefit from having a playful canine sibling, but I don’t think it is required with an active adopter. She loves long walks and playing with her toys. She is a normal one year old beagle who just needs continued training. I just can’t say enough about how smart, loveable, and funny she is – she’s a heart stealer!

UPDATE – 25 JANUARY 2021: Daisy is officially housetrained. No accidents in over a week. She did very well on her walk today, with minimal tugging on the leash. Daisy sucks on her bed to soothe herself to sleep. This behavior, along with her fearless sass, leads me to believe that she was separated from her mother and litter mates at an early age. Our pack is helping her to learn canine social skills and boundaries. Her biggest challenge is resisting food temptations, and we have had to be extra diligent with food storage. Daisy is an expert snuggler, and loves nothing more than curling up in your lap. She is ready to continue her puppy education with an experienced beagle lover, in her furever home.

NEW – 15 JANUARY 2021 (from foster mom): Miss Daisy is an exuberant, high energy puppy who came to BREW from York County SPCA in PA. She was originally found as a stray and adopted out in December. She was returned after a few days when the adopters found out how challenging a young, active beagle can be. She was then turned over to a BREW foster in hopes that an experienced beagle puppy owner would be found. We estimate that she is about a year old. She has been in a foster home for a week and is already making progress in learning how to be a good girl. She is super smart! She loves toys and is starting to figure out the difference between what is a toy and items that are off limits. Housetraining is going well, and she sleeps quietly in her crate at night. She is a pro-beagle-wrestler. Another playful dog in the home is highly recommended to help her burn off energy and continue to learn the ropes. She can be bossy, so finding the right match is essential. We do not recommended a home with children younger than 10. She is very athletic and can jump a baby gate like a Thoroughbred with lovely form. Thankfully she has not tried to breach our 4 foot fence, but she must be monitored closely or leashed in the back yard. She can also jump 5’4″ ( that’s how tall I am) to try to snatch food from my hand. We are making progress with teaching that is unacceptable behavior. She is very much a typical beagle puppy. She is cuddly, adorable, funny (check out this video, Miss Daisy), and a little stubborn. Beagle puppy experience, patience, and a sense of humor are a must. We absolutely adore Miss Daisy and want her to find the perfect home that will enjoy her personality as much as we do!


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  • Name:   Miss Daisy
  • Breed:   Beagle
  • Gender:   Female
  • Age:   Young ( 7 months - 2)
  • Size:   Medium
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