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Bailey and Luna

About Bailey and Luna

Bailey and Luna are a pair of unrelated females, looking for a new home together as their owners’ work commitments have increased.  Bailey is a tricolour female, born on 22nd July 2015, and Luna is a tan-mottled female, born on 2nd September 2019.  Bailey is neutered and microchipped; Luna is vaccinated and microchipped.

Bailey and Luna are happy to go for a walk.  They wear harnesses, as they can pull on a lead a little when they see something exciting.  Bailey can be let off lead on walks, and Luna will follow her if she is allowed off lead as well.  Bailey is fine in the car, having experienced long and short journeys with no trouble.  Luna does not have as much travelling experience as Bailey, but has been fine on the short journeys she has taken.  Bailey and Luna are great with other dogs, and love to play chase with them.  

At home, the girls are house trained but have not used a crate.  Luna might have an accident if left on her own for too long, so a dog flap which would allow her to get outside when the need arises might be a good idea for her.  Bailey is not a fan of being left on her own, and Luna does a good job of consoling her.  Nonetheless, they would much rather have human company from someone who was home for a lot of the day.  The girls have not tried to escape from their secure garden.  Bailey is not destructive, but will have a rummage through the bins if they’re left somewhere she can get to them.  Luna doesn’t steal items, but does like to carry her blanket around with her.  If Bailey steals an item, she will return it when asked.  They would enjoy being part of an active family where they’ll get lots of walks, and have plenty of company.

Bailey could live with a cat, as she has previously lived with one, but Luna has not, so any cat in the home would need to be a tolerant cat.  They have lived with children, so dog experienced, older children could be part of their new home.  Bailey is a big fan of cuddles, either with Luna or her people.  Luna is happy to play ball, have a play fight or just receive a belly rub.  They balance each other out really well. 

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