Thursday, March 19, 2009

Home Wanted for Dalmatian/Italian Greyhound Mix in PA

Beautiful and sweet 4-year-old dalmatian/italian greyhound mix searching for a new, loving forever-family.

Daisy is deaf, but trained in hand signals. She's extremely smart and very well-behaved. She's a pure, sweet soul who just loves to snuggle. She also ADORES going for long walks around the neighborhood. She's used to cats and kids of all ages, and is sweet to them all -- her "worst" trait is that she loves to lick everyone!!!! :)

She'd do best in a home where she's the only dog. She gets along with cats and kids. She comes with a crate/bed, bowl, harness/leash. We're giving her up reluctantly, and are searching for a family who will truly appreciate her. Serious, sane inquiries only, please. She's an amazing dog, and deserves nothing but the best of homes.

She's up-to-date on her shots, healthy, well-trained, crate-trained (she uses her crate like a bedroom/safe-spot), loving, and basically an angel in a dog's body.

Thanks! Maggie
Joe & Maggie Yates


  1. I wish you were in Texas. I would take Daisy so fast. She is beautiful.

  2. Hi Michelle:

    I am glad Daisy has intrigued you enough to consider it. If you are very serious about committing to this dog for the rest of her life, why don't you get in touch with Maggie to be screened? If she feels you both'll be a good match, I can use the network I know to get transportation set up.

  3. Hello,
    Where is Daisy located in PA? I would be very interested in meeting her {if she is still available} and possibly adding her to my home, which is already populated by a blind dog and a cat.
    Thanks so much!

  4. I would believe Daisy to be in the suburbs of Philadelphia. If you read Maggie's post above, Daisy would do best as the only dog in the house. So, you have a dog already and not sure how that is going to work.

    It is always a good idea to contact the person at the given contact information. Hope this helps.

  5. I never saw your comment to me until today. We are right now talking to someone about adopting another deaf dog. I'll keep checking back on Daisy's status though.

  6. One other question.. how big is Daisy? She looks so big in the picture next to a toddler, but if she's part IG, she can't be too big, right?

  7. Hi Michelle:

    I agree. It was probably meant to be just a greyound mixed with dalmatian. Once again, the best person to ask is Maggie at with questions you have as Daisy is her dog. Thanks!

  8. Is this pet still available? Thank you!