I'm being cared for by: The Humane Society of Delaware County
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Bailey
Breed: Beagle Mix
Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
I am already spayed.
NOTES FROM THE FOSTER: When bailey first got here she was pretty shy & timid but she adjusted within the first 24 hours to being the biggest sweetheart imaginable. She's pretty mellow but does like a little play time with my other 2 dogs (a little chase game). She rarely barks but just today found a voice to talk back to the Labrador lol She loves walks & is gentle on her leash. She pulls just a little bit & lightly but we are working on that. She does like a cushy spot to lay but learned quick to no furniture unless invited. She has gotten along great with my 2 dogs & all the kids that go in & out of my house! Never a sign of aggression at all. We love her!
Bailey is currently in foster care- if you are interested in meeting her please contact us! Primary Color: Black Secondary Color: Tan Weight: 38.2 Age: 4yrs 0mths 0wks
The Humane Society of Delaware County offers adoptions, low-cost spay and neuter surgeries, and a low-cost Wellness and Vaccination clinic. We also conduct cruelty investigations and provide humane outreach services.
Come Meet Our Pets...
HSDC is closed on Mondays and Holidays.
We are open for adoptions and to the general public Tuesdays, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday 12:00-6:00pm Thursdays 12:00-7:00pm Sundays 12:00-5:00pm. We stop processing adoptions 30 minutes before closing.
We have a Vaccine/Wellness clinic every Tuesday from 8:30-1:00, no appointment necessary.
Our Adoption Process...
Current Picture I.D. Must be 21 years or older to adopt Landlord Approval - If applicable Your pets up-to-date vet history and spay or neuter verification Dogs: $125 + dog license Puppies: $200 + dog license (1 year and younger) Cats: $60 Kittens: $85 (1 year and younger)
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