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 Daisy

Daisy is a standard donkey and the younger sister of Ceilidh.  Both Daisy and Ceilidh were donated by Sue McIntosh of the Healing Hooves program and came to live at Dreamcatcher in 2006.  Before coming to Dreamcatcher, they worked with Sue helping children and youth with mental health issues.

 

Daisy’s older sister Ceilidh was not treated well by her birth mother so it was assumed that Daisy would be treated the same as Ceilidh was but in fact, Daisy was treated well by her mother and was able to stay in her care as a young jenny. In the end, both Daisy and Ceilidh went to live at Sue's and now reside at Dreamcatcher where they help people understand that life may sometimes seem unfair but it often works out for the best in the end.

 

Daisy is bright, spunky and spirited! She likes working with people but she has a mind of her own and she is never afraid to share her opinion. Like her older sister she absolutely loves a good ear scratch and is always ready for a bucket of yummy treats. Her best friend is her sister Ceilidh and the two of them are joined at the hip. If separated from each other they become very distressed and when they are reunited both will nuzzle and dance around together, sometimes braying gleefully.

 

Daisy and Ceilidh have an adopted brother, Mini Donkey Moonshine, who usually follows them around. Moonshine likes to play and, like any younger sibling, can sometimes be a pain! Both Ceilidh and Daisy are tolerant and loving toward Moonshine but will put him in his place if needed.

 

Both Daisy and Ceilidh LOVE treats!  When they see you at the treat barrel they will put on a sing show of ‘Eyawing’ and braying so loud that you have no choice but to feed them.  They love working with people and help them to overcome their fears, accept things the way they are and learn to be loving and kind.  They also help people increase their frustration tolerance and learn to be patient. They are great at helping people become good problem solvers.

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Daisy is a standard donkey and the younger sister of Ceilidh.  Both Daisy and Ceilidh were donated by Sue McIntosh of the Healing Hooves program and came to live at Dreamcatcher in 2006.  Before coming to Dreamcatcher, they worked with Sue helping children and youth with mental health issues.

 

Daisy’s older sister Ceilidh was not treated well by her birth mother so it was assumed that Daisy would be treated the same as Ceilidh was but in fact, Daisy was treated well by her mother and was able to stay in her care as a young jenny. In the end, both Daisy and Ceilidh went to live at Sue's and now reside at Dreamcatcher where they help people understand that life may sometimes seem unfair but it often works out for the best in the end.

 

Daisy is bright, spunky and spirited! She likes working with people but she has a mind of her own and she is never afraid to share her opinion. Like her older sister she absolutely loves a good ear scratch and is always ready for a bucket of yummy treats. Her best friend is her sister Ceilidh and the two of them are joined at the hip. If separated from each other they become very distressed and when they are reunited both will nuzzle and dance around together, sometimes braying gleefully.

 

Daisy and Ceilidh have an adopted brother, Mini Donkey Moonshine, who usually follows them around. Moonshine likes to play and, like any younger sibling, can sometimes be a pain! Both Ceilidh and Daisy are tolerant and loving toward Moonshine but will put him in his place if needed.

 

Both Daisy and Ceilidh LOVE treats!  When they see you at the treat barrel they will put on a sing show of ‘Eyawing’ and braying so loud that you have no choice but to feed them.  They love working with people and help them to overcome their fears, accept things the way they are and learn to be loving and kind.  They also help people increase their frustration tolerance and learn to be patient. They are great at helping people become good problem solvers.

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