Introducing Bailey! This girl is sweetest, most loving senior you ever did meet!! She is a tiny Chihuahua mix, who was unfortunately surrendered at shelter by her previous owners for being "too old"! As heartbreaking is that is, she is still smiling in her foster home!
Her foster family says she certainly does NOT act her age! Bailey does just fine amongst the other dogs in house, but she prefers to be near and loving on her humans! She LOVES to go on walks, and keeps up the pace just fine! Her activity level is moderately low given her age, and she is just as content as can be.
When Bailey is around, you are guaranteed to be entertained and to laugh on a daily basis! She likes to give kisses if you put your face up to hers, and enjoys goofing around. She particularly loves to scratch her back (wiggle-worm-style) on the living room rug, and uses that same rug to wipe off her whiskers after she eats! Bailey even likes to pose for the camera, and will smile when you hold the phone up and say "smile"!! Who couldn't fall in love with that?!
Bailey much deserves to live out her elderly years in a quiet, nurturing, and caring home. She may thrive well in a home with older kids or an adult-only household. Do you want this adorable little lady to be a part of your family? Apply to adopt Bailey!
All Dallas Pets Alive adoptable pets are spayed or neutered, microchipped, and up to date on vaccines upon adoption. The standard minimum donation for dogs over six months to seven years is $200, puppies under six months is $250, dogs eight years and over are $100 unless specified otherwise. You can view all the adoptable pets and fill out an adoption application online on our website at http://dallaspetsalive.org/adopt/adoptable-dogs/ . For more information, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org .
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