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My name is BAILEY!

Facts about me

Breed
American Pit Bull Terrier/Basset Hound
Color
Brown/Chocolate - with White
Age
Senior
Size
(When grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Weight
Sex
Female
Pet ID
A238312

My info

Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Hi there! Thanks for checking me out. I`m a mellow older girl who just needs some time to get to know you. I love to meet new people and check out my surroundings. I walk pretty slow on the leash so give me some time to sniff around and smell some grass and feel the breeze through my ears. I do need to settle into my environment before I feel comfortable, I do a lot of tip-toeing around the area to settle. Once I`m comfortable I do cling into you and enjoy to get ear rubs and body scratches. I do tolerate all handling and allow it, but I do get a bit nervous of invasive handling and will show you with my body language, which is a tail tuck and lowered body. At the moment I`m not interested in toys, I prefer to just cuddle up with you and soak in all that love. I do enjoy food and that`s a faster way to make friends with me, they just have to be super good since I am picky!! I did fine with the dogs here at the facility, I actually seem to perk up when I see another one. So basically I am a friendly older dog that needs a patient home dedicated to allowing me time to settle into the household before feeling completely comfortable with new people. I hope to meet my fur-ever family soon.

Hi there! Thanks for checking me out. I`m a mellow older girl who just needs some time to get to know you. I love to meet new people and check out my surroundings. I walk pretty slow on the leash so give me some time to sniff around and smell some grass and feel the breeze through my ears. I do need to settle into my environment before I feel comfortable, I do a lot of tip-toeing around the area to settle. Once I`m comfortable I do cling into you and enjoy to get ear rubs and body scratches. I do tolerate all handling and allow it, but I do get a bit nervous of invasive handling and will show you with my body language, which is a tail tuck and lowered body. At the moment I`m not interested in toys, I prefer to just cuddle up with you and soak in all that love. I do enjoy food and that`s a faster way to make friends with me, they just have to be super good since I am picky!! I did fine with the dogs here at the facility, I actually seem to perk up when I see another one. So basically I am a friendly older dog that needs a patient home dedicated to allowing me time to settle into the household before feeling completely comfortable with new people. I hope to meet my fur-ever family soon.

Shelter

Chula Vista Animal Care Facility (public)

Contact info
Pet ID
A238312
Contact
Linda Septon
Address
Chula Vista, CA 91911

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

In addition to the many cats and dogs at the Chula Vista Animal Care Facility, the shelter also has rabbits, birds and even the occasional pocket pet (hamsters, rats, guinea pigs, etc.) as well as reptiles (iguanas, turtles, snakes, etc.). Animals are available for adoption to responsible persons. Adoption fees for cats are $65 (includes FVRCP vaccination and deworming, spay or neutering, microchipping, tested for Felv and if the cat is over 6 months of age tested for FIV as well) and adult dogs are $85 and puppies are $95 (includes DHPP and bordatella vaccination, spay or neutering, microchip, deworming, plus Rabies vaccination of all dogs over 4 months of age). The adoption fee for rabbits is $25 includes spay or neutering and microchip. Birds and reptiles is $5. Animals adopted to residents within Chula Vista will also receive a free one-year license, free health exam and a free grooming. Please come visit us to select from many wonderful animals awaiting new homes.
In addition to the many cats and dogs at the Chula Vista Animal Care Facility, the shelter also has rabbits, birds and even the occasional pocket pet (hamsters, rats, guinea pigs, etc.) as well as reptiles (iguanas, turtles, snakes, etc.). Animals are available for adoption to responsible persons. Adoption fees for cats are $65 (includes FVRCP vaccination and deworming, spay or neutering, microchipping, tested for Felv and if the cat is over 6 months of age tested for FIV as well) and adult dogs are $85 and puppies are $95 (includes DHPP and bordatella vaccination, spay or neutering, microchip, deworming, plus Rabies vaccination of all dogs over 4 months of age). The adoption fee for rabbits is $25 includes spay or neutering and microchip. Birds and reptiles is $5. Animals adopted to residents within Chula Vista will also receive a free one-year license, free health exam and a free grooming. Please come visit us to select from many wonderful animals awaiting new homes.

Go meet their pets

From the 805 freeway, exit west on Main Street in Chula Vista (NOT National City) and drive for approximately two miles before turning left on Beyer Way. From the 5 freeway, exit east on Main Street and drive for approximately one mile before turning right on Beyer Way. The shelter will be at the end of the block on your right. We are open Tuesday-Friday from 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., and Saturday from 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Last pet interaction is done 1 hour prior to closing; therefore, adoption hours Tuesday-Friday are from 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m., and adoption hours Saturday are from 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. We are closed Sunday, Monday and all major holidays.
From the 805 freeway, exit west on Main Street in Chula Vista (NOT National City) and drive for approximately two miles before turning left on Beyer Way. From the 5 freeway, exit east on Main Street and drive for approximately one mile before turning right on Beyer Way. The shelter will be at the end of the block on your right. We are open Tuesday-Friday from 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., and Saturday from 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Last pet interaction is done 1 hour prior to closing; therefore, adoption hours Tuesday-Friday are from 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m., and adoption hours Saturday are from 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. We are closed Sunday, Monday and all major holidays.

More about this shelter

The Chula Vista Animal Care Facility's new shelter location opened in the Fall of 2001. Services include stray and nuisance animal pick-up, acceptance of lost and relinquished animals, assistance for injured and sick stray animals, control of biter, vicious or threatening animals, barking dog complaints, animal cruelty, fighting animals, animals in hot cars, lost and found assistance and dog licensing. The Chula Vista Animal Care Facility encourages owners to spay and neuter their pets. There is a serious pet overpopulation problem occurring right now in San Diego causing in thousands of unwanted pets to be euthanized (put to sleep) each year. By spaying or neutering your pet before it has offspring you can be a part of the solution to this problem. Call your veterinarian today or call us for a referral to a local veterinarian participating in low-cost program. CALLING ALL ANIMAL LOVERS! Looking for love, but hesitant to commit? We need you! The Chula Vista Animal Care Facility’s Foster Program is looking for animal savvy people to care for adult cats and dogs, not to mention kittens and puppies! Why do these animals need fostering? They may be too young to be adopted, and sick or injured animals may need to be nurtured back to health. If you are interested in becoming a foster parent please call (619) 691-5123 today! Applicants subject to approval.
The Chula Vista Animal Care Facility's new shelter location opened in the Fall of 2001. Services include stray and nuisance animal pick-up, acceptance of lost and relinquished animals, assistance for injured and sick stray animals, control of biter, vicious or threatening animals, barking dog complaints, animal cruelty, fighting animals, animals in hot cars, lost and found assistance and dog licensing. The Chula Vista Animal Care Facility encourages owners to spay and neuter their pets. There is a serious pet overpopulation problem occurring right now in San Diego causing in thousands of unwanted pets to be euthanized (put to sleep) each year. By spaying or neutering your pet before it has offspring you can be a part of the solution to this problem. Call your veterinarian today or call us for a referral to a local veterinarian participating in low-cost program. CALLING ALL ANIMAL LOVERS! Looking for love, but hesitant to commit? We need you! The Chula Vista Animal Care Facility’s Foster Program is looking for animal savvy people to care for adult cats and dogs, not to mention kittens and puppies! Why do these animals need fostering? They may be too young to be adopted, and sick or injured animals may need to be nurtured back to health. If you are interested in becoming a foster parent please call (619) 691-5123 today! Applicants subject to approval.