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OLM Pet of the Week — Meet Daylin

OLM Pet of the Week — Meet Daylin

All photos by Sarah O'Neill Photography

Ottawa Life Magazine is excited to introduce a new weekly segment to our site that showcases adoptable pets in our Capital. Each week we'll feature a new pet on the website in order to help them find a loving forever home.

Our first adoptable pet of the week is Daylin, a gorgeous senior girl from Sit With Me Rescue who’s waiting for the perfect retirement home. She is a nine-year-old German Shepard mix who is truly a puppy at heart and just loves to have fun. Loyal and sweet, Daylin is a snuggle bug and loves nothing more than short nature walks or even just strolls down the street. Daylin sleeps quietly through the night, and waits just as quietly through the day for her human family to get home.

Daylin has fantastic recall and sticks close to the humans dearest to her. Her favourite pastime is to observe and chase bushy-tailed rodents, so her ideal home will have a fenced backyard with plenty of squirrels for her to pursue her passion.

Daylin would thrive in a calm home environment without any other pets as she is sometimes unsure about other dogs, and she is not a fan of cats. Otherwise, a slow introduction to other dogs is ideal. Daylin is extremely intelligent and is very treat-motivated. Like all dogs, she would benefit from both the learning and social aspects of an obedience class.

Daylin does have a recurring skin rash on her tummy area that comes and goes, likely due to environmental allergies, and is also on a special diet. Ever-conscious to get her step count up, she’d much rather go on a walk instead of taking trips in the car.

If Daylin sounds like the right fit for your home, email adopt@sitwithme.com. To see more of her, flip through the slideshow below.

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About the Rescue:

Sit With Me Rescue is a foster-based rescue that helps dogs from local shelters. All of their dogs are adopted out spayed/neutered, heart worm tested, microchipped and have core vaccinations. Their adoption process involves an application, phone call and home visit prior to placement. They do their best to accommodate a trial adoption period and are committed to their dogs for their lifetime.

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