Now that the weather has improved, during the day we can open the front door and let Daisy have a little fresh air and also let her scout the neighborhood for any suspicious activity. Daisy made the transition from farm and farm land to the village pretty well, and here there are more people to gape at and listen to.Chipmunks are her sworn enemy, and an occasional squirrel gets her hair standing upright. At times she takes off into our back yard, the swampland, and comes back with blackened feet. No problem in winter but now it can be.
We bought her from a Mennonite farmer north of Withee, WI, about 8 years ago, and we got ourselves an alert and ultra-curious canine.