Dog ID: 21-059

January 26, 2022:

Bailey has been with our family for a week now and she’s already settled in nicely. She is so well behaved and exhibited her good manners on a trip to the vet and various other outings. Bailey and Millie are inseparable, following each other everywhere. They have similar temperament so they really make great housemates. We are so happy to have another dog companion in our home. And I think I can speak for Bailey when I say she is super happy too!

January 16, 2022:

Bailey has found her forever home.

December 18, 2021:

Bailey is fairly low energy and her favorite thing seems to be snuggling with humans. She gets along with both resident dogs. After 3 weeks she joins in a bit with backyard zoomies, but her spay is only 10 days out so we are not encouraging a lot of rough housing. She eats with the other 2 dogs at the same time and has shown no signs of food aggression. She does grumble(not really a growl) when other dogs come up to her when we are on the couch but no fights in the entire time she has been here. She was good with guests on Thanksgiving. She has had no accidents in the house, loves to ride in the car, and comes when called pretty well from outside. She knows ‘sit’ and ‘shake’. She is a counter surfer but is getting better with that. Walks ok on the leash, and not much of a barker. She is much more social and does not startle as quickly or as often as I expected.

She would do well with someone that is home most of the time or another dog. My awesome neighbors have checked for barking when we leave the dogs home and they have not noticed any. We have not crated her at all since she had been with us. She has not been around kids a lot, but she did spend some time with my 9-year-old grandnephew, and she walked on the leash and snuggled on the couch with him. I think she would be a great fit for most families.

November 1, 2021:

Bailey has settled in beautifully her first day. She rode nicely in the car, walked around the yard on her leash and impressed us with her sit and shake. She is not at all interested in having her own spaces and prefers to be out with the rest of us. She has already claimed space on the couch. She laid in the kitchen while I made dinner and respectfully watched us eat. She met her foster brother and sister and allowed them to check her out but does not show much interest in them.