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In shelter Dog

Wadsworth, IL, 60083
Pet name:
Tricolor (Brown, Black, & White)
Bailey is a sweet senior gal seeking her “furever” home. She lived with her original family for her entire life and was surrendered to us due to a divorce.

When she arrived at BREW, Bailey was more than twenty pounds overweight, but she’s at a nice, healthy weight now. She was also diagnosed with a thyroid condition and will need to be on medication (which is very affordable) for the rest of her life.

After lots of TLC, Bailey has the sparkle back in her eyes and is enjoying life. She loves her daily walks and moves at an energetic trot. She’s also very generous with tail wags and kisses! 

Bailey is very laid back and loves to spend time lounging in her comfy dog bed and hanging out with her people. She seems to have spent a lot of time in a crate in her previous life, so she’s not a big fan of being crated. She’s potty trained and does well having free run the house. Bailey has never been around cats, but she gets along very well with the two adult beagles in her foster home.

Bailey’s ideal home with would be with someone who is home most of the time as she doesn’t enjoy being alone. If you’re a homebody, Bailey could be perfect for you! 

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  1. American Humane Association
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  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
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