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BAILEY: 4 year old black Lab mix female spayed 73 lbs

Background: Bailey was surrendered to a shelter as her family needed to move from their house to an apartment where dogs are not allowed.

From Bailey’s Foster: Bailey is a sweet girl. She is very happy on a walk and loves seeing other dogs. She is learning not to pull on the leash for which a harness is helping. She loves, loves, loves to fetch her ball!!! When someone is not there to throw the ball she entertains herself with her ball and Kong toys. Bailey is very affectionate, loving and adores belly rubs.

From Bailey’s Rescue Rep: Bailey is a wonderfully sweet dog who wants to please. Like most Labs, she is treat motivated which is a plus when it comes to training. Bailey knows some commands including sit, down, wait and come. She is good in her crate and sleeps through the night. This sweetie is a social girl and does well playing with other dogs including the Foster’s 8 year old Lab who is deaf. Bailey is not an escape artist as she wants to stay with her people.

Any kids should be 10 and over. She is curious about cats and tends to want to chase them, so no cats in the home please.

Lab Rescue is looking for an experienced big dog adopter who has the time and willingness to continue the training and exercise that the fosters are currently providing.

Medical: Bailey is spayed, current on vaccs, Heartworm negative and microchipped.

Bailey is located in: Belmont.

If you are interested in adopting Bailey, please email Sandy at 2crazy4dogs@gmail.com and tell me why your home would be a good fit for Bailey.

Please note our service area: GGLRR serves the greater San Francisco Bay Area.

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