Our first adoption of the new year has settled into her new home wonderfully, we couldn’t be happier that Bailey is doing well!
We reached out for an update, and this is what her owners Bert and Linda had to say:
“Bailey has adapted well to her new home and her 4 legged siblings and has become an integral part of our family. Bailey is a real sweet dog and we couldn’t be happier with her. She fit in immediately, it’s as if she’s always lived with us.”
Earlier in the year, Bailey underwent surgery to remove a growth on her eye, as well as some dental work while she was under anesthesia. The cone of shame is a bother but we have to admit, it’s pretty cute on her!
Bailey’s made lots of friends, inside the house and out.
“Bailey is Linda snuggle buddy. Lots of cuddle time in the evening.”
“Chloe our 20 year old Cornish Rex cat has really taken to Bailey. Bailey does get a bit annoyed when Chloe walks over her or sits on top of her.”
“As soon as we let Bailey out in the back yard she makes a b-line out to the side fence to see if our next door neighbour’s dog Sadie is out. Bailey wants to be friends with everyone.”
Bailey’s update is inspirational for all of us at Beaver Creek, as senior dogs are often overlooked at shelters and rescues. Bailey’s story proves senior dogs can be just as loving and playful as any other dog.
Thank you Bert and Linda for giving us a sneak peek into yours and Bailey’s happy lives together!