After 2 1/2 weeks at the shelter (they held her this long because she had a chip) no one came for Daisy. The shelter called and said they were going to kill her because she had an injured leg. After surviving the 110 freeway I could not let her die in the shelter. Last Friday I went and got her. She went right to the vet to have her leg looked at. The poor girl has a VERY bad break. The break is so bad that it requires surgery to put in a metal plate. To think she has been at the shelter for 2 1/2 weeks with a broken leg is just too sad to imagine. Despite everything she has been through she is the most loving, sweet, affectionate dog I have ever met! She loves nothing more than to sit on your lap or in her little bed next to you. She rolls over for belly rubs as you walk over to her and wags her tail as soon as you even look at her! Keep her in your thougts today as she goes in for her big surgery. The poor baby will be so scared thinking she is back at the shelter. Of course I will send her with her little bed and a shirtt that has my scent on it…hopefully that will give her some comfort.