What drives Miss Daisy to attack? Can she be saved or is she ...

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What drives Miss Daisy to attack? Can she be saved or is she just bad?

After a deadly attack last week, animal behaviourists tell us why some dogs become aggressive

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A fluffy sibling was the straw that broke the camel’s back for an aggressive KwaZulu-Natal boerboel cross rottweiler now serving time at a Phoenix shelter.

During lockdown, two-year-old Daisy was surrendered to Wagging Tails Animal Rescue and is living with a foster family until she can be adopted, but her behaviour has worsened.

Her foster family would like to adopt her, but have two small children whose safety they want to ensure. ..

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