Hey all! My name is Bailey. I was adopted as a small cute puppy to live in an apartment. Well, I grew up larger and more active than expected so I found myself back at the pound through no fault of my own. I must not have been too bad since I did stay over 2 years in that tiny place (So about 3 y/o now) But, Now I'm looking for a home with a fenced in yard and some room to roam!
Since arriving at my foster home I have been hanging around with other 4 legged. Six to be exact, Chihuahua small to large Catahoula dog! The Chia and I did have some issues, he didn't want to play. Otherwise I'm having a great time running, playing Frisbee (nope, I haven't caught it yet but it's fun to run after those darn things!) and playing ball in the basement doggie game area!!
Mom took me and a 'Bro' for a walk in the neighborhood. I seem to not know how to walk a straight line. Otherwise mom told me I did great pulled slightly at times. I did bark at strangers but mom took me up to meet them and I was fine. Gave out free kisses too!
I sleep quietly in a crate in mom/dad's bedroom and during their work day I'm in a kennel along my foster fur friends. We all just sac it out for the day. No messes for me, I've got this outside potty thing down pat!
I eat alongside my furry friends and even if that darn Chia who was nasty to me comes close, I don't care. Maybe we will be buddies yet! Mom even puts her hands in my bowl and I could care less.
Oh, I do have one quirky thing! When I run outside my ears seem to flap over and I look awful funny as they stay that way until they finally flop back. Mom took a picture of me that way. (see picture) Oh mom, did ya have to show the folks? I look stupid!!!!!
Anyway, I'd be a great running buddy, side kick for laughs and just an all-around great girl inside. I do like to play with squeaky toys (see video) but otherwise I am quiet and content to just hang out after some exercise! If that sounds like a girl you would want to share your life with, here I am. I’m Bailey and I'm ready to find my forever family to love!
Her adoption donation includes spaying, vaccinations, implanting of a microchip, application of flea meds and worming.
Bailey is in foster care so please complete an application at our website (www.castawaycritters.org) before meeting her. Completing an application does not obligate you to adopt; however, it is required. Applications are processed in the order received in an effort to find the best match possible for both the dog and the adopter.
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