My Name is… Bailey
I am… 2 Years old
I have come from… The Pound
Can I be rehomed with dogs? No – See more information below
Can I be rehomed with cats? No – See more information below
Can I be rehomed with children? No – See more information below
An urgent foster home is needed to save this poor boy! We are looking to bring him in from the pound.
He has just arrived into one of our loving foster homes. He is currently being assessed so at present we are looking for a child and pet-free home , however, once we have assessed him further, the information shown may be subject to change.
Bailey is really enjoying having lots of love and attention from people, perhaps something that he has lacked in his previous life! He is quite an anxious boy but we expect this will improve after lots of love and care from his foster home.
TYPE OF HOME NEEDED
A pet free and children free home who is willing to take in a nervous dog and provide patience and understanding as so little is known of his background.
Please contact the rescue if you are interested.
Home checks, Vet checks and Adoption fees apply.
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Do you have a home for Bailey?
We are looking for potential fosterers/adopters local to the Bournemouth area. A home check will be required and adoption fees (£180) apply.
We have a thorough rehoming programme to prepare you and your dog for each other. We also offer help and support for you both in the future. Learn about responsible ownership or contact us if you have any questions.
If you are considering fostering or permanently rehoming a dog, then please print off and complete one of the forms below:
Please note: We only rehome in the Dorset and Hampshire area and do not place dogs in homes with children under the age of 6.
Apply by Email
Please print out the form and scan it in after filling it out. Email your completed form to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Apply by Post
Please email email@example.com to ask for our postal address.
Other ways to help
If you can’t offer a home there are still loads of ways to help our dogs.