Can you give dashing Daisy at Dogs Trust Snetterton a new home?
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Dashing Daisy is looking for a permanent home after being taken in by Dogs Trust Snetterton as a stray.
The three-year-old Siberian Husky, who has a passion for food and people, is looking for owners who will keep her mentally and physically stimulated.
Although she has canine friends, Daisy prefers to be the only dog in the household and can live with children older than 11.
With Daisy hoping to find a blooming relationship the charity is urging dog owners to watch out for the hidden dangers to pets which can be lurking in their flower beds.
Azaleas, foxgloves, lily of the valley, mistletoe, rhododendrons, buttercups, and daffodils can be fatal within hours if dogs eat them – especially the bulbs.
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Slug pellets are also harmful to dogs.
To give Daisy a home call Dogs Trust Snetterton on 0300 303 0292 or click here where more information about dangerous plants can be found.
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