FORT WORTH TEXAS
BAILEY NEEDS A NEW HOME ASAP
Owner dumped him in the shelter!!!
We posted Bailey to our website back in July as his owner asked us to help him find a new home.
Before we were able to find a place for Bailey
he was dumped at a shelter.
Bailey has been at the shelter for almost a month now and he really needs his own home!
Bailey is a very handsome Anatolian x Great Pyrenees cross (3/4 ASD 1/4 Pyrenees). His DOB is Feb 2007. He is a big boy, standing 30 inches at the shoulder and weighing 125 lbs.
He will need to be neutered prior to adoption.
Bailey is good with female dogs and is good with small dogs.
He has not been raised around children or cats so a home without either would be preferable.
Bailey is housebroken, walks on lead and knows basic commands.
He is looking for a home with someone who has experience with Anatolians or other flockguardian breed who has a nice sized fenced yard.
He was raised on a goat farm the first 8 months of his life but has not been around them since.
Bailey is currently housed at the following shelter:
City of Fort Worth Chuck Silcox Animal Care and Control Division
4900 Martin Street
Fort Worth TX 76119
From 287 (Martin Luther King, Jr. Freeway), exit at Village Creek and go south to the end of Village Creek. From Southeast Loop 820 exit Martin and go west to Village Creek.
Weekdays: Lobby 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Animal Viewing Noon to 5:50 p.m.
Lobby 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Animal Viewing Noon to 5 p.m.
Shelter is closed on Sundays
Please email Janna for more information.