Frightened pup crawls in shelter play yard: What happened to Daisy?

In the play yard of the City of San Bernardino Animal Control, a very frightened pup literally crawled along the fenced lawn. When in her kennel cage, the nine-month-old Daisy tries to hide behind her bed and in the corner – perhaps no one will see her? Sadly, Daisy is going to need a special rescue. A volunteer shared her story:

“Today I watched little, very frightened Daisy crawl around the play yard,” stated rescue volunteer Andrea Neyses. “So fearful that Steve Miller had to carry Daisey out to play yard for volunteers Wayne and Roni to visit. What happened to Daisy?

Video #1

Posted by Andrea Neyses on Friday, January 19, 2018

 

In Daisy’s next video, she is approachable, but is just terrified. What happened to Daisy?

Video#2

Posted by Andrea Neyses on Friday, January 19, 2018

 

According to the shelter, Daisy was an owner surrender who said she had entered a neighbor’s yard that day, picked up and killed a bulldog who lived there. No one knows the reason, nor has there been a police or an animal cruelty report made available. Her available date for adoption will be January 19.

For more information contact the San Bernardino City Animal Shelter located at 333 Chandler Place, San Bernardino, California. The shelter is closed on Sunday and Monday. Call 909.384.1304.

Share Daisy’s plight with approved rescue organizations, friends, family and social media contacts. Without help, it is feared Daisy will not see many more tomorrows. If interested in helping this dog contact Vanness_je@sbcity.org. Make sure to reference ID #A510932.

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12 replies
  1. Marni says:

    I wish dogs could talk, then she could tell us what happened. I don’t know what I would have done had my dog killed another dog, but I do know I wouldn’t have given he away unless I was ordered to by the courts. Obviously Daisy didn’t get the training needed for this not to happen.

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  2. Helen says:

    I don’t believe Daisy picked up and killed a bulldog. Daisy is not an aggressive dog. Something happened to Daisy that made her so afraid that she just want to disappear. I think Daisy was neglected, even though I don’t see any physical signs, she could have been emotionally abused/neglected, such as prolonged isolation. I hope Daisy is adopted out to a loving family who will work with her and build her confidence. Will share on FB.

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    • Nancy Raymond says:

      I agree with you Helen, Daisy is way too terrified to have killed anything – she so looks like she was abused and neglected – PLEASE some kind person step up for her – it will take patience, kindness and lots of love but I bet Daisy will open up and be a wonderful companion – all she needs is a chance.

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  3. Diana Roby says:

    The videos are heartbreaking. Daisy needs to be rescued and she will need a very experienced foster home since she obviously needs tlc to get her confidence. She needs out asap before the shelter decides that she has a “behavior” issue and destroy her. Please share on your public Facebook page. The shelter is closed Sun & Mon, so hopefully she can be rescued before Sunday.

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  4. Adrienne says:

    Hard to believe this scared dog killed another bull dog and no report or any removal of this dog other than Daisy coming here? Something is not right and missing is the piece that will let us know why she is so fearful. Hope she goes into a foster and then rescued to a forever home. What must go through a dog’s head to feel this way.

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  5. Ezgi Melody says:

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  6. Pamela Garlisch says:

    The body language of this dog says she didn’t kill the other dog. It was just “convenient” to blame it on her. Hope she finds a person that can help her enjoy life again.

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