Daisy had to be put in isolated boarding, a costly proposition. But for two months, Van Pelt saw to the dog's slow, steady recovery. She and her friends would visit Daisy every Saturday, making sure the dog, even inside a kennel built for one, knew that she wasn't entirely alone.
And honestly, how do you know your dog back in the 90s was a 'daisy dog' if it didn't come from this breeder and you have no idea what breeds go into her dogs?
Springtime Denim Daisy Dog Dress
1 Hemp Width Collar / Daisy Dog Collar / Floral by GreenBeanDog
What is a Daisy Dog? The answer may be easier to understand once you read through the next several questions, as they are tied together. This explanation isn’t simple because the concept isn’t simple, but I will try to explain this concept as best I can. There are many misconceptions out there about what a Daisy Dog really is and where they came from. This has spurred me to set the record straight hoping to dispel these misconceptions for you. Despite what you read on any other website than mine, these are the facts: In a nutshell: Daisy Dogs are very loving, family companions developed and known for their personality, intelligence, irresistible looks, predictable size, varied colors, sturdiness, health and longevity. Not to leave out the fact that they have non-shedding hair and are great for people with allergies. Guaranteed! Cuteness and all else aside, temperament is their #1 feature. “Here’s what it is…..” The Daisy Dog is a specific blend of several, small non-shedding breeds originating within my family in the late 1950’s. It has taken many generations to incorporate a very specific blend of several purebreds to accomplish this unique result. It’s even possible to get all of these traits wrapped up into one little package! I get enough of these consistent reports to convince me to continue on this path of producing these loving little family oriented “guys”. Throughout the years I have accumulated many boxes full of letters, (pictures and updates) from Daisy Dog owners to verify this - ask to see them. These families love to share their many stories and fond memories with us. All of this information helps me to determine which qualities to continue to produce. Sound too good to be true? I’m sure, like children, they are not always perfect, but their general motives are pure. They also say that Daisy Dogs don’t have a typical small dog personality… what they mean by this is that Daisy Dogs are not persnickety little ankle biters, not yippy or yappy, nor snippy or snappy. They don’t tend to be hyper as pups or adults. They are very convenient pets, portable for travel and fit nicely in your lap. An added bonus: These folks are thrilled to be living with no shedding! no doggy odor! no slobber!I’ve seen several of your Daisy Dogs – why do some look different than others? First of all, even though they are all the same type of dog and come from the same breeds, I am not trying to reproduce them to look or act exactly the same. I’m not requiring them to be consistent in their looks or actions, but I do need to be able to predict their outcome. There are different family trees within the Daisy Dog and each family line has its own characteristics. Because people are individuals, they are not necessarily looking for the same end result. I like my family trees to be different so we can pick and choose between the traits. I want to be able to provide as many of those traits as they desire. How? By knowing my bloodlines like the back of my hand. I back this up with a satisfaction guarantee.