Please know this is ripping my heart out. I want her to go to a good home, I feel like I've failed my animals. We are rehoming her because she killed our cat last night. She cannot, cannot be adopted to a home with cats. Daisy is an incredible dog with a huge heart, we call her Lickalottapup. She is extremely intelligent and so very loved. I literally cannot stop crying over all of this. She is so crazy spoiled and adored. She has been awesome with our littles (5 and 6), however given what occurred, I would personally not feel comfortable having her around kiddos at this point but that's up to you as her adopters. My Momma lives with us and she has 2 small dogs. Our two dogs and her two dogs are kept separated by a fence and Daisy fence fights with them nonstop. That said and given what happened with our 2 cats, I don't recommend her to go to a home with small dogs either. She is absolutely excellent with our lab mix, they are inseparable. I will reach out to her vet to gather her vet records, they are extensive. When we adopted her a year and a half ago, she had tons of internal issues (whipworm, several bladder infections, took us several months to figure out a proper diet and what she can eat without it bothering her tummy, she has seasonal allergies and she was treated and cured for heartworm. She eats 2 cups of Purina (or Sam's brand is ok) lamb & rice formula only. I don't recommend wet food cause it hasn't set well with her tummy unless it's the prescription stuff from the vet. We got the all clear health-wise the last vet visit and she is currently up to date on her shots. The vet wanted to explore her hind legs at her next appointment later in this year (she seems to have either arthritis starting or possibly a very old fracture that wasn't properly treated, the vet wasn't 100% sure without x-rays) but felt her other medical concerns were way more important at the time so we decided to wait on that for her annual 2021 visit. We watch her super close on getting up and down from the couch and often help with that (yes, she's allowed on furniture.) If she has an accident in the house, it means she's sick and needs vet care right away, high likelihood of bladder infection. Although we haven't had that issue in almost a year (her vet records I'll provide will give an exact date). She is invisible fence trained, she actually trained in 20-minutes and our lab showed her the line. She is excellent in the crate, doesn't like the rain cause she's a pretty pretty princess and doesn't want to get her cute self wet. She is not great on the leash, pulls hard and I haven't been able to get her past that. We've had a trainer in the last several weeks working on these things and she was picking up things very well (again, highly intelligent). She is VERY treat motivated, but I am careful what I feed her treat-wise due to her tummy concerns (she will get diarrhea and vomits easily if she eats something other than her Purina). Chicken treats have been ok in moderation. She is very high energy and her foster/adopter needs to know this for sure. She gets zoomies and goes crazy and is a bowling-ball with legs and doesn't know her body and once she's run her zoomies out, she crashes on the couch for snuggles. This is honestly one of the hardest situations I've been in in my lifetime. Please reach out via phone/text to Trina at 678-850-0430 or Stephen at 678-382-9576. Rehome fee will be donated to a local rescue of my choice after her adoption.