Bailey is a smiley, 5-year-old mixed-breed Australian Cattle Dog/American Staffordshire Terrier. She is amazingly smart and spunky! Tug-of –war is one of her favorite activities, and she loves to play with toys, however, she can easily destroy them, if allowed. Bailey doesn’t need to be asked twice if she would like to go for a car ride. She loves it! She enjoys putting her head out of the window and letting her ears and jowls flap in the breeze. She is trying hard to learn not to put her paws out the window, too. Kenneling Bailey is no problem because she will go to her kennel without complaining, when asked. Although Bailey enjoys playing outside in the yard, she is an escape artist who can jump over low fences and even undo some latches so precautions need to be taken. Her new home shouldn’t have babies or very young children because this friendly dog is sometimes overly rough with her enthusiastic kisses and play. Bailey walks well on a leash, but care must be taken when encountering some strange dogs. However, with a proper introduction, Bailey is able to get along well with any dog. We recommend that Bailey meet any resident dogs before being adopted into her new home. Bailey is housebroken.
The suggested donation amount for Bailey is $75, which is TAX DEDUCTIBLE, and goes toward providing supportive services to animals in the home, as well as the high cost of vetting our dogs in rescue. To fill out an application, please visit the following web address: http://www.muddypawssecondchancerescue.com/#!adopt-a-pet/c7cy The adoptions for all of our dogs will take place in the Omaha, NE area and must be done by the adoptive family in person. If you would like to find out more about Muddy Paws Second Chance Rescue, or donate to our dogs, please visit our website at MuddyPawsSecondChanceRescue.com or our Facebook page at Muddy Paws Second Chance Rescue, and while you are there, please don't forget to Like our page!
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