Daisy is up for adoption at the rescue mom works with. She's a 4 month old Cocker Spaniel (mix?) puppy. Mom has a super soft spot for Cocker Spaniels, so the rescuers she works with down South know to grab them for her when they come in. Daisy was no different... at least to the girls in the south. Mom saw her picture and her heart sank... then she took her off the transport van and started crying... mom really loves this puppy. She's staying with us for the week - along with Bethany and Avery. Mom always said that if we were to ever get a second dog, it would have to be a little(er) dog. She has also said she would not adopt a puppy with so many older dogs with less chance of adoption. She also said black dogs are too hard to photograph (BOL, good excuse, mom).
I sure do get along well with Daisy... better than most fosters. I'll actually leave her alone to chew a bone and I don't really hassle her 24/7. She's pretty cool to have around and doesn't hang off of my jowls like Patches did! She likes to play and run around and she hasn't had any accidents in the house.
After lots of thinking (and I mean, a LOT of thinking)... Mom decided it's best not to adopt Daisy. We really enjoy fostering and a second dog might hinder our fostering efforts... we wouldn't have as much time to spend with our fosters. Plus, I sure do like my house to myself every once in a while!
And, I think mom has realized how totally awesome I am. Because, duh... I'm totally the perfect dog.