My name is Lynn, and on August 20, 2008 my partner and I adopted
Daisy, a blind Jack Russell mix. Daisy was found by the side of the highway in Akron OH.
She was picked up and taken to a local police station where she stayed for a few days
until Melissa heard of her case and picked her up. I saw Melissa's ad to adopt Daisy and
called immediately.e had to have her eyes removed due to the pressure and pain the
condition was creating for her, and she now has prosthetic eyes.
Daisy is adapting extremely well. The largest contribution to her adaption was when It was
suggested that I put jingle bells on my shoes so Daisy could locate me. Daisy loves to play
fetch, I throw her ball through the grass so she can hear it and in true Jack Russell fashion,
she's all over that ball..
Someone trained Daisy well, she knows basic commands such as sit,
laydown, how to play fetch, she's housebroken and clearly has been loved. For the first
week I did everything I could to locate someone who might be missing Daisy. No Luck. I
just couldn't believe someone wouldn't be looking for this sweet girl.
My dog of 11 years named Raspberry (below) passed away suddenly from masses in his spleen that
then ruptured. I missed him very much and believe Daisy was sent to me so we could take care of