In the Peanuts comic strip by Charles M. Schulz and its television and movie adaptations, the Daisy Hill Puppy Farm is a location where puppies are bred and sold. It was the home of Snoopy and all his siblings, and his parents, until they were sold to owners. It was first referred to in the strip from May 4, 1965.
Snoopy originally lived on the Daisy Hill Puppy Farm. He was almost bought by a girl named Poochie, but she got distracted and ended up buying an English sheepdog instead. Snoopy was bought by a girl named Lila but had to give him up because dogs were not allowed to live in her building. Snoopy was then returned to the Daisy Hill Puppy Farm and was eventually bought by Charlie Brown. This was first referred to in a series of strips from August 1968 and later in the 1972 feature-length movie Snoopy, Come Home and the 1991 TV special Snoopy's Reunion.
In a series of strips from June 1970, Snoopy is asked to make a speech at the Daisy Hill Puppy Farm. While he is trying to speak, a fight breaks out, covering the farm with dust. While covered in dust, Snoopy claims to have met his dream girl, but she is then sold a week later.
In the strip from November 24, 1972, part of a storyline in which Snoopy has to walk Woodstock south for the winter, the beagle wants to show Woodstock the place where he grew up, but then discovers that the Daisy Hill Puppy Farm has turned into a parking garage. Snoopy then calls out, "You're parking on my memories!"
In one strip, Lucy incorrectly refers to it as the "Puppy Hill Daisy Farm"