Big Bailey is a 10 year old beagle boy. He was 45 lbs when he came in, but after great care from his foster mom has lost 10 lbs. His first pic is recent; other pics were in his old home. He was given up by his family because they were just above the legal limit for dogs. He loves going for walks. He is a very sweet and easy going boy, and is good with kids, cats, and other dogs. He is leash trained and house trained.
He is in a foster home right now in the Pasadena area. If you would like to see him, please call or email the rescue to arrange a meeting.
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For further info on the adoption process, please visit our home page and check out the "Adopt a Dog" section where very thorough instructions await. All our dogs are spayed/neutered, micorchipped, and fully vaccinated before adoption; they have been wormed, bathed, socialized, walked daily and much loved; each adoptee leaves with a leash, collar, and all medical records.
The beauty of coming to our Apple Valley sanctuary is that you can see all 90+ dogs! No more weekend mobiles—only special events. Maybe if there are enuff appointments, we could see you in El Monte or Orange County or nearby. Email your application and ask for more details!
Beagles & Buddies must find ways to raise money so we can continue saving dogs. Your tax-deductible donation keeps our rescue kennel operating!
Weekday appointments may be available. We are a small staff and do our best to accommodate your needs.
If you have a question about adopting, giving up a dog, boarding, or volunteering, pls visit the appropriate tabs on our home page.
For more specific questions, pls call 626-444-9664 (pls leave a voicemail if no answer). Emailing is always welcomed & preferred! Thanks!
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