15 November 2008

Daisy Dog

Back in July, I introduced you to our dog Poppy-Loo-Loo
(click
here if you haven't seen the post)
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Before boy*jelly was invented, we decided to get another dog, but I knew I didn't want a puppy because puppies tend to do this....
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So we went to our local Dog Rescue Shelter to choose an adult dog.
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We came home with a white dog they had named "Snowy" but we changed her name to Daisy.

At first she was very thin and slightly nervous ... but she used to enjoy sunbathing in the garden
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Ocasionally sharing a toy with Poppy ...
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The two of them would sometimes create a mess together ...
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But I would get my own back...
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We only had Daisy for 3 years before she passed away about 5 years ago, but I'd like to think we gave her the best 3 years of her life.
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12 comments:

Lola....L..O..L..A....lo--oh--luh! said...

What a sweet post. Angel Daisy!
((Big Hugs))

tillyboo said...

Oh bless her. A lovely post x

momof2gr8kids said...

what wonderful person you are!!! you are so kind. and that daisy is looking at you.. from heaven loving her mommy..

Deanne said...

bless im she lived her life to the full with your household, a lovely story to share :)

Alison Boon said...

It's good to know that though her time with you was short it was certainly sweet.

Pink Feather Paradise said...

What beautiful dogs, thank you for sharing!

X Alex

summerfete said...

Lovely post from a kind hearted blogger.

Yesterday I saw a dog just like her!

Clare xx

PICCALILY & BLOSSOM said...

Ahh its so sad that she is no longer with you, but hey you gave her a happy lil life.

Good on you X

Pixiedust said...

Oh what little cuties. Its so rewarding to give a rescue dog a new home. A lovely post. xxx

MaryPoppins said...

God bless beautiful Daisy, what a very special name, a name that is very close to my own heart :)

Mary X

JuliaB said...

Ahh.. lovely looking dog, and she looks very happy too. x

madeleinemiranda said...

Ohh I had already left a comment, but it isnt showig up!

Daisy looks so beautiful, such a pity she isn't with you any more, but you can just see that her home with you was so loving :)

M.