Dogs Trust

COVID-19 info: Our rehoming centres are currently closed to the public but you can still adopt some of our dogs: take a look at their profiles to see which ones. We’ve set up a new rehoming process which includes social distancing measures to help keep staff and adopters safe.

Our rehoming centres are currently closed to the public but you can still adopt some of our dogs: take a look at their profiles to see which ones. We can’t register interest for dogs who aren’t available for rehoming.

We’ve set up a new rehoming process which includes social distancing measures to help keep staff and adopters safe. We’re now matching dogs with their new homes virtually and delivering dogs contact-free. For dogs who need more time to get to know their new family, you can now meet them at our rehoming centres by appointment and this now applies to all of our rehoming centres in England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales.

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Bailey

I'm looking for a new home...

About Bailey

Centre:
Breed:
Age:
2 to 5 Years
Sex:
Male

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Bailey is a 5 year old Harrier hound who loves his toys more than anything in the world. He particularly enjoys playing with soft teddys and raggy ones, so would loves a house with its own secure garden so that he can entertain himself. Bailey enjoys having his meals in kongs, puzzle feeders and snuffle mats. He is very true to his breed and his favourite thing to do while on walks is having his nose to the ground, getting up to houndy mischief!

Type of home needed

Although Bailey can come across as a confident lad on walks, this hard exterior masks his sensitive side. He is looking for an adult only home with owners that are patient and understand that he may take time to adjust to a new home, as well as being happy to walk him muzzled. Bailey would struggle in a home where there are too many friends and family members visiting. Therefore, his new home would have to be on the quiter side with no visiting children. At times Bailey may find the world a little scary so having a 'safe place' in an area of the house would be beneficial to help him adjust. He would prefer a home where his family are around for most of the day, and when he is left alone, he has things to keep him occupied. Bailey has lived in a home before and was house trained, however, he may have an accident during the settling in period.

More about me

New owners will need to visit Bailey multiple times to build a relationship with him and to be shown the training that has begun at the centre. Bailey has a combination of behavioural needs, meaning adopters must be invested in providing him with long term consistent training. I am now available for rehoming so please contact the centre if you are suitable.

 

During these uncertain times, whilst we have had to unfortunately close our rehoming centres to the public, we’d like to reassure you that our wonderful staff will continue to provide the best possible care for our dogs. We are now able to start the search for new homes for a small number of our awesome dogs. This will really help us to support even more dogs who are most at risk of being put to sleep as a result of this crisis. We have been overwhelmed by your offers of support, and we wouldn’t be able to do any of this without your help. We’d like to take this opportunity to say a big thank you to those individuals, who are doing everything they can to make sure our dogs get fed, walked, looked after and, as soon as we are able, finding them their forever home. We appreciate you thinking of us at what is a difficult time for all. If you would like to make a donation to support whilst we continue looking after the dogs in our care you can do so here...

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How rehoming works

Thank you for your interest in Bailey, who is based at Kenilworth (West Midlands). Please note this is not a reservation on this dog.

We’ve set up a new rehoming process which includes social distancing measures to help keep staff and adopters safe. We’re now matching dogs with their new homes virtually and delivering dogs contact-free. For dogs who need more time to get to know their new family, you can now meet them at our rehoming centres by appointment. We can’t register interest for dogs who aren’t available for rehoming.

We will, of course, be doing everything to ensure the safety of our staff, and adopters when we offer this service. You can find out more about this below.

Dog in Kennel

Location

Dogs Trust Kenilworth
Honiley
Kenilworth
Warks.

CV8 1NP

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Opening times

Our centres are currently closed and can only be visited by appointment at this current time. Our phone lines are open 8.30am to 5pm for enquiries or to make an appointment.

Contact

01926 484 398

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