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Hi, my name is Kemai Daisy. I came here with my brother Koda Duke. He was re-aged to 11 months and was adopted. I am just a teenager and I am looking for some direction in life. Right now I am enjoying time in a foster home where they are discovering many good things about me, like I sleep through the night and I am housebroken. I really am a good guy.”
7/1/2019: Kemai Daisy is doing really well in his foster home. After the first couple of days he has really settled in. He enjoys playing with other dogs, sleeps well through the night and is housebroken. He also seems to do well walking in busy neighborhoods, nervous at first, but settles in quickly. The remainder of the walks are carefree.
6/27/2019: Kemai Daisy is currently available from his foster home. If you would like more information about Kemai, please call the shelter at 978-745-9888n and ask for Jenna, Sue or any available adoption counselor.