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In shelter Dog

San Pablo, CA, 94803
Pet name:
English Bulldog
Bailey is a beautiful black and white french bulldog who was an owner surrender. When she first arrived here she was terrified and wouldnt let anyone handle her. However, she was willing to eat chicken from our hand, which let us know that she wanted to get closer to us, it would just take some time and patience. She also had a terrible skin condition everywhere, but on her face and head, which likely bothered her and caused her pain. Fast forward a few months and Bailey is now a happy, playful dog who is eager to go for walks and to meet the other dogs she sees on her walks. Medicated baths have significantly helped her skin condition. Bailey has been in a foster home where she is continuing to get lots of TLC and where she can get the medical attention she needs. The ideal home for Bailey would be with a family familiar with the Bulldog breed and their special needs. At this time, a home without kids would be best for Bailey. Bailey is UTD on vaccines, spayed and microchipped. Applications are being accepted and qualified applicants will be contacted.

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