My Pet Pal: Daisy and Dudley
Daisy and Dudley are dog meat trade survivors. They are father and daughter rescues from South Korea.
We rescued Dudley first. He arrived from Seoul in September 2017, and not long after we learned that Dudley, his mate (who we posthumously named Lily) and their daughter, Daisy, were rescued together. Sadly, Lily did not survive her heartworm treatment. So, after three months of waiting, little Daisy arrived just in time for Christmas 2017. Dudley is a snuggler, and Daisy is the tiny little princess, prancing about and ruling “her castle.”
We are awaiting DNA results and are anxious to see if our guesses about their breeds are correct.
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