Bailey is available for foster or adoption. We are a foster-based rescue and always looking for fosters! Bailey is currently fostered in Bradenton.
Bailey is a young and beautiful Australian cattle dog mix. She is only about 33 lbs and just turned a year old. Bailey is a sweet and eager to please dog around her people. She is friendly toward strangers and will work for anyone. She offers good behaviors and sits beautifully on command. She is tolerant of baths, grooming and just wants your love and maybe a treat or two! She walks fairly well on a leash and will heel off leash and on for food. She rides well in the car and is a great copilot. She is tested with kids in the 7-13 range and loves them.
Bailey gets along with other dogs but is still learning doggie etiquette. She is quite friendly toward others and loves to play with them. She escalates play as far as the other dog will go, and as such would do best with a nonreactive dog who would enjoy playing with her or not be bothered by her bouncy nature.
She was just evaluated for search and rescue and did great. She has tons of toy and food drive, hunt drive, and nice recall. She has ball and disc drive and will be evaluated for dock diving. She would be an excellent and agile dog for hiking, biking, pulling a sulky cart, and just about anything you can imagine! She is extremely intelligent and tenacious. She just needs firm boundaries set around the home.
Bailey is a lovely little dog who needs an extremely active, working or performance home. If you are ready to dedicate yourself to this dog, she will give you the world in return. Like all dogs available for adoption through our rescue, Bailey is spayed, up-to-date on vaccines and preventives, heartworm negative and microchipped. She is ready for her forever home!
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