May 18, 2020
Daisy was adopted from Putnam County Humane Society eleven years ago when I saw her at PetSmart and had just lost my previous dog. She was raggedy, and had five puppies, but had the sweetest expression. One big requirement for a dog at my house is that they get along with cats and she was a star at that! Her beautiful puppies were all adopted and, after six months, she shed HUGE amounts of fur and a beautiful Husky-looking dog appeared! Daisy was my walking buddy throughout her life. She loved the walks, and especially greeting everyone we met along the way. She was amazing with children of all ages; they would come out of their houses and stop what they were doing to pet her. If there was a group of kids, she would lay down on her back right in the middle of them and take in their delight. Everyone knew Daisy! Sunbathing was one of her favorite things to do on a sunny day. When we were outside, she would flip over on her back and relax if she got the chance. Sweet potato chips were Daisy’s favorite treats along with peanut butter. She could eat so very fast that treats didn’t last long. She got empty peanut butter jars to lick and hard toys to chew on to stretch it out a little. She had stuffed animals that she would carry around sometimes, especially if they made a noise, so that she worried about them. She loved the noise her tags on her collar made and didn’t like having it taken off. Daisy had siblings Larry, Pepper, Pebbles, Zorro, Henry, Joey, Teddy, Oliver, and King Tut. Some have reunited with her now and some are left here to reunite later. Her boyfriend is Charlie. I am her mom, Debbie Draper, and we adopted a human dad five years ago, Yosi. Yosi loved her too, and is missing her along with me. I don’t yet know how to function without my little girl. I’m sure she would want me to adopt another dog to walk with, so I have a mission to find another great dog. Her spirit will always lift me though. Several years ago, in honor of this amazing girl, Daisy’s Animal Fund was set up at Hendricks County Community Foundation. This fund assists local animal causes and is a great way to commemorate this great dog.
Daisy was adopted from Putnam County Humane Society eleven years ago when I saw her at PetSmart and had just lost my previous dog. She was raggedy, and had five puppies, but had the sweetest expression. One big requirement for a dog at my house... View Obituary & Service Information
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