Bailey is about six years old, weighs 53 pounds, has tested negative for heartworms, is kennel-trained, and has recently received a dental cleaning. She is very smart and walks well on a leash. Although she loves people (bringers of belly rubs), she is very choosy with her doggie friends, so a home where she would be the only dog would be ideal for her. Bailey loves the outdoors, so a fenced-in yard to keep her safe is a must. She also loves to hike and go for car rides! She would do best in a home with dog-savvy people who can be her leader, with either no children or older children. Personality-wise, she is like a cat in a dog body - sweet and chill with people she trusts, but aloof (sometimes ready for attention and sometimes not). We expect her to bond with her person and become loyal and affectionate. She is exceptionally content with her own company and doesn't need to be entertained. Although pulled from the local Animal Control, Bailey will make an awesome buddy for someone, so if you think she would be a good addition to your home, please submit an application from our website!
In order to be considered for the adoption process, please fill out the adoption pre-interview form located HERE. This form MUST be COMPLETED AND SUBMITTED before inquiring about adoption. A representative from EMAR will respond in a timely manner.
Adoption fees vary per animal based on age, breed, expenses, etc.
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