SEX: Male 
AGE: 13 years old 
LOCATION: In Foster in Worcestershire 
CHILDREN: 8 years + 
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Bailey came into our care after his dad sadly passed away. 
He lived with his dad's family for a short while, but didn’t get on with the residential dogs. 
Bailey is currently in temporary foster in Worcestershire following an operation to remove some teeth. 
He is a happy boy who loves human company and cuddles. 
His foster pawrent recenlty said: 
"He is a cheese monster and so snuggly. He loves the sofa. No barking at all last week so fireworks don’t bother him, maybe as his hearing is not brill. He sleeps downstairs in the kitchen at night and he walks superbly on the lead." 
Bailey is an old boy and has arthritis in his back legs, so he doesn’t need big walks. He loves a potter along the lanes, having good sniffs in the hedgerows. 
He hasn’t reacted to dogs in their gardens whilst out walking, but we don’t think his hearing is great. 
He hasn’t reacted to any sort of vehicles when out walking down the lanes or passing pedestrians. 
Bailey is a good boy travelling in the back of the car. 
The vet comes to kennels to see our dogs and Bailey was excellent for his examination, health check, blood tests and vaccinations. 
Health issues: 
Bailey was quite wobbly on his back legs when he arrived, when the vet examined him he advised he was arthritic and prescribed Loxicom. 
He has been on Loxicom for a couple of weeks now and has improved greatly. 
He also had a sore ear, which was treated with drops and this has cleared up completely. 
Bailey had a sore mouth when he arrived and was finding it very difficult to eat. He has had surgery and 16 roots at the back of his mouth removed. He is much more comfortable now. 
Ideal home: 
• Bailey would need to be the only pet in the home, he is an old boy and doesn’t want to share his people. 
• Bailey has lived with children aged 7 years +, but being an old man, he would be better with human siblings aged 8 years +. 
• Bailey is happy to be left for a couple of hours once or twice a week, but he really loves having cuddles and being with you. 
• He is house trained, doesn’t chew or bark much. 
Standard information: 
Bailey is microchipped, vaccinated and neutered. 
He is currently in a temporary foster in Worcestershire, but he can be rehomed anywhere in the UK, pending a successful home visit. However, any adopter should be willing to travel to meet him at least twice where he is now. 
There is a non refundable adoption donation of £120 for Bailey and all money donated goes directly to helping all the Senior Staffies in our care. 
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