About This Project


Breed: Cavalier

DOB: 12/08/2017

Donation: £400


  • Must live with other dogs
  • Can live with sensible children
  • Does not like cats


Background – Daisy arrived in our care after being voluntarily surrendered by her breeder. Daisy then moved into foster care where she has started learning how to adjust to being part of a family.


Character – Daisy is a very sweet and friendly, sensitive soul who loves to cuddle up with humans and dogs alike. Daisy is quite a character and can be mischievous – she likes to steal socks! Daisy is a quick learner and is really starting to enjoy life too – she’s even been on her first motorhome holiday. Daisy also loves other dogs and wants to play with everyone!


Type of home – Dogs from some breeding backgrounds are unlikely to have experienced any of the outside world and therefore will need time to adjust – this will need to be done over a long period of time and Daisy’s new owner will need to support her on this journey. Daisy will need a patient, caring and calm home with people who will not put too much pressure on her to be a ‘normal’ dog. Daisy will need resident dogs in the home as we do not feel she would cope as a solo dog, much like the majority of ex-breeding dogs. Daisy did initially suffer from severe separation anxiety but her foster carer has worked very hard on this and she can now be left for two hours at a time, but this may be increased with further training.


Training needs – Daisy has started to grasp things like lead walking etc – she really enjoys her little walks. Daisy will need ongoing training with her level of comfort around being left alone.


Health – Daisy is in generally good health and is due to have a heart scan soon as it’s suspected that she has a low-grade heart murmur. Daisy needs her ears cleaning weekly and is on a raw food diet which she loves.


Adopting – Daisy is in foster care in Clevedon and applicants must come here to meet her.