Edina, Minnesota (PressExposure) June 03, 2008 -- The Dog Biscuit Gazette is pleased to announce that Miss Daisy from Embarrass, MN is joining our staff as a canine roving reporter. She will report about above average dogs and their situations so dog owners will appreciate and care for their pets even more.
Miss Daisy is an active member of MENSA, the smart dog association and has qualified as a bone fide participant. She has passed all the tests required for a dog and is in touch with other above average dogs. Her most read and widespread article is: Five Great Reasons To Get A Dog
Embarrass, MN. Population 691, is a small town located in north central Minnesota about 228 miles from the Twin Cities. It is located by the Embarrass River, hence the name. It has become known among Minnesota residents, with a wink and a nod, as one of the coldest towns in the state with temperatures in the winter plummeting to 50+ below zero.
Miss Daisy was found half blind and lonesome in a Humane Shelter outside of town one fall and was rescued by, Robert, the editor of the Dog Biscuit Gazette.
He recognized her intellect and communicating abilities with humans. She soon, with help of the Gazette, founded the MENSA Dog association for the recognition and development of smart and talented dogs. Miss Daisy feels that all dogs are smart in their own way.
Miss Daisy has not been without hardships. She was rescued half blind in Embarrass with cataracts and adopted by the Gazette editor who brought her to the Twin Cities to live. Unfortunately, as is with some small dogs, she became blind in her other eye.
The troubled view of this MENSA dog struggling with no vision at all became a painful picture for all to watch. A vet was recommended who specialized in cataract eye surgery.
The operation was successful and Miss Daisy became the poster dog for cataract removal. She sees like an eagle today. After all, she came from Embarrass, MN.