The three-year-old pretty Lurcher lady was taken in to the charity’s Sheffield branch by RSPCA officers after concerns were raised about her welfare.
Adam Spencer, of RSPCA Sheffield, said: “When rescued, she was very underweight, had an appalling flea infestation and due to this was rather bald and had very scabby and sore skin. It has taken months of treatment to make her well and comfortable again.”
After some love and support from RSPCA staff, Daisy is now ready to find a new home, and new owners to love.
Adam said: “We don`t have much information on Daisy`s previous life but we have found her to be a happy, friendly and loving lady, just a little shy until she`s familiar with you and we can’t wait for her to find a wonderful new home.
“A polite and well mannered miss, she loves spending time with the carers having a lovely exploratory walk or some relaxation.
"She walks well on the lead and we have trained her to walk in a muzzle as she can be a little too interested in wildlife and fast moving small creatures around her.
“She has been around dogs previously but she is very picky with her friends and much prefers her own company and to not have to share her resources.”
Daisy is ideally suited to a home where she can be the only pet and where any children in the household are of secondary school age.
If you think you can offer Daisy the loving home she deserves, please visit the RSPCA Sheffield branch at 2 Stadium Way.
It is open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 9am to 4pm. Alternatively, you can call 0114 289 8050.