Like any good Border Collie she has a couple of issues, the first being noise phobic. In general she is fine, it's the thunder showers and gun shots that send her to a hiding spot and shuts her completely down. This issue is why Daisy came into rescue as her former owners live near a firing range. Daisy's second issue is she suffers from a mild case of shadowing. I say mild because she can be easily redirected with a toy or game.
She enjoys toys, tug games and the water. In fact she enjoys squeaky toys a little to much, removing squeakers is a must! To be happy she will need daily exercise and has a good recall. If placed in a home well off the road with some acreage a fence will not be required. I think Daisy and her new family would benefit and bond by taking a training class together. which is why it is a requirement of her adoption. She has had an introduction to agility and showed great promise.