9 year old Bailey is a 60 pound mixed breed gal in need of a home VERY soon. Here is what her human shared with us about Bailey:

“She wants to be the life of the party at all times. Any time there’s laughter you’re sure to see her happily wagging her tail right next to you. She is a very empathic doggo. She knows exactly when you’re feeling down and will come lay next to you for comfort. She has been our companion and so far has lived a very full life. She gets along with other dogs and with other cats. She has been kennel trained but is not currently in one. She loves to go on long walks and meet other people and other dogs. She is not overly fond of being in the water but loves to be around it. She is the most loving and caring dog I have ever had the honor of having in my life. I wish our circumstances were different but we can not care for her. I know anyone would be happy to have her and she would love anyone that comes her way.”

We are told Bailey can stay alone as needed inside her home when her humans leave. She can manage quite a few hours before needing a potty break. Bailey is not much of a barker. Bailey has been good with kids of all ages but of course she should have a home with a family who will be sure the children are gentle and kind to her. She sure sounds like a great dog!

Bailey is good on leash and would enjoy as much exercise as you can give her. While she is up to date on vaccines, Bailey has not had a senior check up (with lab work) as of yet so her adopter should be prepared to do that for her and keep her vetted regularly so that she can stay as healthy as possible in the years to come.

Life changes force Bailey’s family to rehome her. This is not an easy thing to do as she is so loved. Bailey is ready to join a new family and start the next chapter of her life. Someone will be so fortunate to welcome her into their heart and home!

Bailey is located in Edmonds, WA. For contact information, please email: referrals@olddoghaven.org

This is a courtesy post. Bailey is not an Old Dog Haven dog. We urge prospective adopters to do their own evaluation.