Bailey


Lowchen
Picture of Bailey, a female Lowchen

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Age: 12 Years   Sex: Female

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   Leave a bone for Bailey

Doggie Dynamics:
 Energy 
sleepyenergetic
 
 Intelligence 
sillygenius
 
 Friendliness 
aggressiveaffectionate
 
 Playfulness 
not playfulvery playful
 
 Disposition 
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Quick Bio:
-purebred-dog rescue

Birthday:
December 10th 2002

Likes:
Being with me/us, honestly that's what she most enjoys. It doesn't matter what she's doing or where she is, as long as she can be with us. Although, "going for a ride" might be at the top of her list!

Pet-Peeves:
Having to share her home with so many animals and visiting dogs. She looks at me as if to say "Oh, no, you didn't do that again... how long is he/she staying?" -- which coincidentally is what the hubby and children say too!

Favorite Toy:
Toy? She loves being in her backpack or "Bailey Bag" so she can be brought along everywhere. She occasionally plays with catnip mouse toys with Elvis.

Favorite Food:
Loves home cooked food. Fresh carrots and veggies, cheeses, peanut butter, and roasted meat are treats.

Favorite Walk:
ANYWHERE, ANYTIME! Will go on 10 mile hikes, or around the neighborhood. Loves to sniff, but will heel when necessary.

Best Tricks:
Sit Pretty! She can sit on her haunches for an entire meal if she thinks there's any food to be won. She knows she doesn't get it until after the meal, but hope springs eternal for Bailey. She learns fast and wants to please us.

Arrival Story:
The former owners turned Bailey in as she was "totally impossible, a horrible dog!" She was purchased as a 'breeder' and was just another piece of property. Being her new Humane Society foster mom I went to pick her up at the vet's when she was spayed, prepared for the worst. The only horrible thing about her was the ugly breed haircut. In fact, not knowing about the 'style' I took pity on her and figured there was something horribly physically wrong with her to require shaving like that. Our eyes met, we bonded instantly, and before we got home I knew she was never ever leaving! We made the decision to foster dogs as we didn't want a permanant guest. But Bailey wasn't a guest, she was family right from the start! Each foster dog that stays with us is a true blessing. There have been cunning Jack Russells and precocious Poodles. There was a regal Pharoh Hound and many charming spaniels and working breeds. There have been too many to count, pure and mixed breeds, some challenging, some are simple pleasures. There are neighbors and friends dogs staying for 'vacations.' Each guest has enriched our lives in so many ways. Mostly wonderful blessings. We have (and have had) many other animals. They run the spectrum from various farm animals to rodents, fish, reptiles, and birds. They are pets! Bailey is one of us. When we go on vacation, we have someone "sit" the pets & farm animals -- but we always find dog-friendly hotels/lodging as Bailey goes everywhere with us.

Forums Motto:
My Better Half

I've Been On Dogster Since:
April 6th 2008 More than 6 years!

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Dogster Id:
766885