Dogs Trust pooch who spent half her life in kennels finds forever home
Bailey the two-year-old Crossbreed came through the doors of Dogs Trust West London at the end of July last year through no fault of her own, and now 473 days later she has secured her forever home with Rosie Hardie from Reading.
Beautiful Bailey was a worried girl who rarely trusted new people. However, her dedicated new owner, Rosie, made a number of trips to the rehoming centre to begin building a bond with her and gain her trust, Rosie is delighted that Bailey is now ready to begin a new life with her.
“Bailey is fantastic. She knows basic commands and once she knows you, is eager to learn more; her love of treats will help us continue with her training. She’s housetrained and is capable of learning lots more. I have no idea how she was passed by for such a long time. I’ll need to follow a behaviour programme that staff have put in place for her, I can’t wait to get going on her fresh start as part of my family.”
Dogs Trust West London’s Rehoming Centre Manager Richard Moore added:
“It’s high time Bailey found her special someone. She’s been here for over a year and whilst we’ll miss her terribly, especially her best friends, canine carers Abbie and Cassie, we couldn’t be happier for her!”
If you think you could change the life of a four-legged resident at the rehoming centre please call them on 0300 303 0292.