Bailey Ref:617H 9 month old male Pug x Bichon Frise





Bailey is a 9 month old male Pug x Bichon Frise who is looking for his forever home. Bailey is vaccinated and micro-chipped. Bailey is fully house-trained. Bailey has some recall off the lead. Bailey is fine with other dogs. Bailey has been used to visiting older teenagers but can be timid around strangers. This dog is now reserved, click details for updates.

Bailey’s Assessment
●Bailey is not yet neutered, has been microchipped and is fully up to date with his vaccines
●Bailey has no known health problems
●Bailey sleeps when he is left home alone
●Bailey will be pleased to see you and may jump up when you get home
●Bailey loves to follow you around the home. When you are home, Bailey sleeps, plays and is content!
●Bailey barks and hides when someone knocks at the door
●Bailey waits and is happy/excited while you prepare his food
●Bailey eats James Wellbeloved kibble twice a day
●Bailey is fully house-trained
●Bailey has not had formal training, but he knows the commands ‘sit’, ‘stay’, ‘come here’, ‘paw’ and recall when off the lead
●Bailey pulls sometimes when he is on the lead
●Bailey reacts well to other dogs when he goes on walks
●Bailey has had experience with older teenagers, he would be suited to a home that has older teenagers or adults only
●Bailey has not lived with other animals before
●Bailey is a very loving dog around other dogs but can be timid with strangers
●Bailey has never injured another animal or person

FAQs
● This dog is located in Lytham St Annes, Lancashire


~ Completed by Kayley

Application Status: Reserved

This dog has now been reserved and we are no longer accepting applications.

If you have completed an application for this dog and the dog has not been reserved for you, you may wish to select an alternative dog that is waiting for a home. You will not need to repeat your application if a homecheck has been completed, you can email to advise you which dog you would like to adopt.

During the pandemic, we are much busier than usual and as we are run by volunteers we are unfortunately unable to respond to everyone individually about the status of their application.

Please rest assured your application is appreciated and we recommend checking the status information for updates on the dog you wish to adopt until you are either contacted and given details of the next steps or the dog is reserved.

Occasionally dogs may become available again and the status bar will change to reflect this.

Thank you for your interest in this dog and for your patience and understanding in these difficult times.


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