RSPCA dog found as stray in need of a home
TERRIFIED and found as a stray Daisy was taken to RSPCA Southridge Animal Centre for a new start in life.
The understandably nervous dog is gradually gaining confidence in people, a direct result of her time at the South Mimms animal care home.
A spokeswoman for the Packhorse Lane centre told the Potters Bar Edition: “Daisy is a pitiful dog, she is nervous of everyone that she does not know.
“She will cower down when you raise your hand or your voice; we can only imagine what she has experienced in her life.”
Daisy would be best suited in an adult home.
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She does not appear to have socialised with other dogs so this is an area that staff at the animal centre are working on.
“She travels well in the car and does not chew in her kennel,” continued the spokeswoman.
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“Once Daisy gets to know you she is wonderful, gentle and affectionate.
“She needs gentle and patient handling, stability and compassion.
“It will take her time to trust you, but when she does, wow what a dog.”
If you can offer Daisy a home, call the centre on 0300 123 0704.
Alternatively you can visit her at the care home open every day, except Wednesdays.