Meet Daisy. She is a chocolate female Labrador Retriever, approximately seven-years-old. Daisy came to WCLRR when her previous owner, whose living situation changed, couldn’t keep her any longer. Daisy is a gentle and loving girl.

Daisy knows commands, sit and stay. She also takes treats very gently. Daisy knew how to use the doggy door at her foster home as soon as she arrived.  Daisy is currently fostered with a couple of Labradors, a small mixed-breed dog, and a friendly cat. Daisy gets along fine with all of them.

Daisy likes to hoard all the toys in her bed so the others can’t get to them.  She is not a barker. Her foster says she has only heard her bark a couple of times.

Daisy was a little overweight when she arrived at her foster home and has lost about 5 lbs in the few weeks at her foster home. Her new family needs to discuss this with their veterinarian to see her optimal weight.

Daisy enjoys casual walks around the block. She doesn’t pull on the leash.
Toys and dog beds are a big deal to Daisy. She’s always lounging on a dog bed and has her toys nearby. She also enjoys playing fetch.

Daisy has seen our veterinarian and had a physical, routine laboratory work, and updated vaccinations. She’s in good health, and the doctor suggested Daisy remain on an over-the-counter joint supplement. Daisy is currently taking anti-inflammatories for some arthritis. We believe a single-story home would be best for Daisy as she doesn’t do well with stairs. Daisy would enjoy a home with someone who is home most of the time.

Daisy is spayed, up to date on her vaccines, microchipped, and had a complete blood panel done.

COVID-19 Update: WCLRR is continuing to accept applications for adoptions, scheduling virtual home interviews, and accepting owner surrenders. Please contact if you have any questions.