Throughout Bailey's experiences, she has had it rather rough leaving her a bit timid and bashful. She will require patients to begin to trust others. Bailey will tell you when she is thirty, hungry, wants to go potty, or just requests attention by simply leaning on you. She's a great companion with a huge heart. You are never alone in any room as long as Bailey is around. She is kennel trained and loves her little house, and often takes her naps there. She is currently an inside and outside dog and loves it.
Bailey and her sister Molly (seen on the left) were both rescued from being euthanized together and have never been apart. We would love to keep them together if possible.
Both of these sweet little souls need a forever home. Please read more about Molly on her own post!
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