Hi! My name is BAILEY, and I'm a super happy, sweet, and obedient female Blenheim Cavalier mix. I am often told I'm adorable but I don't like to brag. Though I’m eight years old, I have the exuberance of a much younger dog. I greet the morning early with my tail wagging, and I'm ready for breakfast and a walk! My foster parents say if my eyes are open, my tail is wagging – and I won't deny it!
I love to spend the day with my foster parents’ pack (two Cavaliers and two cats), and we’ve gotten along famously since Day One. And I love to accompany my doggie friends on lots of errands in the car.
I'm completely housebroken and sleep happily in my crate at night and during the day, IF I must stay home, but I can also be trusted crate free! I love â¤ my people and just the thought of a car ride or walk excites me.
They tell me I have something called Addison’s disease and that my adrenal glands don’t produce enough hormones to function normally. I am currently stable and under control with lifetime meds.
My forever home is a place where my family has lots of time to include me in their life! I truly love being part of a pack so at least one dog is a must. Looking forward to meeting you very soon! Wags and licks! Love, Bailey
Bailey is being fostered in St. Petersburg, FL and her adoption fee is $250.
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