Daisy is my niece Allie's latest pup. Allie loves animals and she has 3 dogs and a cat. She also works at a doggy daycare and is an art student. She has studied photography and helps me with my slow learning curve. We had a canine Christmas with her three dogs and our pup. Daisy (she's a Bull Mastiff) made her presence known by flopping down for a nap smack dab in the middle of the front room where we sat around the tree and opened presents. She was soon buried under the paper and gifts but didn't mind a bit.
Allie rescued her from the brother of a friend who was going to have her put to sleep after he had children. Before he owned her some terrible people had her for a few years. They kept her pregnant, cut and stitched her eye lids so her eye lashes didn't get into her eyes and did a back alley spay job. They made her live outside and in winter I am sure she suffered.You can still see the stitches if you look closely. Jordan is gently holding her in the photo to give you the full effect of her beauty. After five years of a terrible life she is still as gentle as a warm breeze. Jordan loves her and when they are together he spends most of his time laying on her, petting her, giving her all sorts of affection. She brings this out in people with her sweet presence. I think the best gift of this holiday for our family is that this nice animal now has a safe and secure life surrounded by love.