Bailey *Forever in My Heart*


German Shorthaired Pointer
Picture of Bailey *Forever in My Heart*, a female German Shorthaired Pointer

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Home:Manville, NJ  
Sex: Female   Weight: 51-100 lbs

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   Leave a bone for Bailey *Forever in My Heart*

Nicknames:
Bailey Ida, Ida, Idders, B, Pup, I

Doggie Dynamics:
 Energy 
sleepyenergetic
 
 Intelligence 
sillygenius
 
 Friendliness 
aggressiveaffectionate
 
 Playfulness 
not playfulvery playful
 
 Disposition 
anxiouscalm
 

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Quick Bio:
-purebred-pound dog-dog rescue

Birthday:
August 1st 1999

Likes:
hunting, retrieving, birds, other small animals, rawhides, laying in the sun, running, pointing the chinchillas

Pet-Peeves:
not being able to eat the chinchillas, bath-time, rain, when Maxwell chases Cali around the yard, not being able to keep up with M & C

Favorite Toy:
tuffies blue fish, rope

Favorite Food:
chicken feet, turkey

Favorite Walk:
the wooded property my dad owns for hunting

Best Tricks:
shake

Arrival Story:
My dad and I LOVE German Shorthairs ever since our first rescue, Courtland. After he passed away, we begged my mom endlessly for another dog. One day, my mom and dad had been driving down the road and they saw a young GSP and a collie running off in the distance. It didn't look like either dog had a collar, so my dad begged my mom to stop. She refused. But for some reason, she told everyone the story of how my dad had begged her to stop and had even described the GSP. Several days later, my aunt called and told us to look in the newspaper. There was a picture of a young female GSP in the pet adoption section. My aunt had thought it looked like the dog my mom described to her. When my parents saw the picture, they knew it was her. It had to be fate. So the three of us went down to the shelter to see her. The people at the shelter told us they had found her running with a collie and both were picked up. It WAS the gsp my parents had seen. They couldn't find their owners. By then, the collie was already adopted. And we took Bailey home that day. It would have been wrong not to.

Bio:
We've had Bailey since she was about 7 months old. She's had no formal hunting training, but does really well on just instinct alone. She likes to point my 2 chinchillas at home. Even though she's getting older and slower, she still loves to run and be outside. My Baby Girl, 1999-2009 Always in My Heart I know you are at the Bridge with Courtland, showing him how a REAL HUNTER does it!

Forums Motto:
Birdie?! Where?

I've Been On Dogster Since:
February 13th 2007 More than 7 years!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

Dogster Id:
478817


Meet my family
MaxwellCaliCourtland *In
Loving Memory*
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ADOPTED!
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Dylan -
ADOPTED!
SkyChester -
ADOPTED!
Luke -
ADOPTED!
Billy Bob -
ADOPTED
Jensen -
ADOPTED!
Buddy -
ADOPTED
Remy -
ADOPTED!
ZaneZeke - ADOPTED

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