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Daisy-Mae is a stunning nearly 3yr old long coated GSD girl, she is spayed, fully vaccinated, microchipped, flea and worm treated and will be rehomed with 5 weeks free pet insurance.

Daisy-Mae arrived with us several months ago as an emergency to save her badly broken leg. She had been straying and was hit by a van, rushed to a local vet who thought her leg couldn't be saved and wanted to amputate. When we heard of her plight we practically begged her to be released into the care of our amazing specialist orthopaedic vets who were on standby to perform skilled surgery to pin and plate her broken leg.

After many weeks of rehab, TLC and amazing care from her foster carers she is now doing brilliantly and completely recovered.

Daisy Mae is able to be free in the house and garden now and can run around and play her leg is fully healed. She can be very strong on the lead especially when she sees a cat or squirrels but she has been practicing her loose lead walking and is going great but her lead work will still need to be worked on in her new home. She will need a home with someone strong enough to walk her.

Daisy Mae has an amazing, loving temperament with people, she is super friendly and affectionate and thrives on attention she can get over excited really easily but does try and listen when shown how to be calm. She will definitely need a home with someone who is around a lot of the time, she is crate trained and can be left for a couple of hours with something to occupy her or after a good walk to then sleep it off but she isnt happy being left for long periods.

Daisy Mae is lovely with children she has met and we are happy to consider homes with sensible dog savvy children aged 10yrs plus, she can jump up and get over excited and sometimes mouth so children need to be confident around dogs. She absolutely cannot live with cats or small furries she is obsessed with them and not in a good way! and she is whats described as an over exuberant greeter with other dogs wanting to lunge into their space causing other dogs to react back negatively towards her, to which she will then retaliate so she will need to be the only pet in her new home and her socialisation around other dogs will need to be continued in a controlled manner. She would massively benefit from attending some training classes as she has missed out on a lot in her young past.

Daisy Mae is housetrained and travels well in the car, no issues around food, she is great with the vet and everyone she meets. She is happy to be groomed, especially now she is matt free after arriving in a bit of a state, she enjoys a brush.

After her rubbish start to life she is learning to live in a home again and is doing well. She is a livewire and needs her brain occupying as well as plenty of fun and games, she has been learning to have calm, quiet time as she can become over stimulated which can result in light chasing other behaviours. She is extremely intelligent and a very quick learner and is soaking up all her new training like a sponge.

She can be a bit of a thief so things she shouldn't have need to be kept out of the way and she will need a VERY secure garden with minimum 6ft fences all round as this girl can jump.

She would suit an experienced GSD savvy home committed to putting in some further work with this young very clever girl to help her to blossom even more into the wonderful dog she is.

Being fostered in Tamworth but can be rehomed further afield subject to homecheck and donation of £250.

If you feel you can give this stunner the committed forever home she needs please email us telling us all about your home offer and contact details to wonkypetsrescue@gmail.com