From Daisy's Foster Mom:
In 2013 HRI rescued two Havanese who were in Wisconsin. I fostered them as [the Wisconsin State contact] was busy, and they really were closer to me. The Havs were Bowser and Daisy. They weren't bonded. In fact, Bowser was dominant, and Daisy didn't like it. Bowser was adopted close by and is still doing well. Daisy went back to Wisconsin with a wonderful person who changed her name to Margii.
After a while Margii had diabetes, and for a time it was treatable. Then she became very ill, and [her mom] had to let Margii go. I spoke with [her] last night, and she was so very sad to lose her little girl.
Five-year-old Daisy is a petite Havanese ballerina - she can do a delightful pirouette, turning slowly but purposefully, like a wind-up doll. The long walks that she enjoys so much are helping to get her girlish figure back, after which she will be twirling for treats!
Daisy craves attention and responds to it well. She understands the voice commands to stay, sit, and come, and almost always responds quickly. She is also crate and house trained.
Daisy’s wish list for a perfect home is to have someone who is with her most of the time, likes to go for walks, and is willing to provide a lap for her to sit and be loved in. She doesn’t need another dog in the family but would get along with a fur-sibling.
Daisy is being fostered in MN.
A donation will be requested to adopt this dog. The recommended donation amount will be based on the dog's age, and medical and behavioral issues, if any. A completed application is required if you are interested in adoption. Thank you for considering a rescue dog!