Sunday, November 11, 2012

Meet Our Foster Dog, Bailey!

Matthew and I joined Operation Paws for Home's family over the weekend and we're so thrilled to be apart of this incredible organization that operates in Maryland, Northern Virginia and Southeastern Pennsylvania. OPH is committed to rescuing dogs from high kill shelters in the southern rural areas of the United States and finding them their "furever" homes they deserve. Sadly, these shelters do not have the resources to accommodate the large number of homeless dogs and they give the dogs three, YES THREE, days to be adopted before they are killed. Luckily, organizations like OPH do everything they can to give these animals a second chance through the help of their volunteers. Matthew and I are huge dog lovers and we decided to become foster parents so we too could help make a difference in these animals' lives. If anyone would like more information on how they can be apart of this incredible organization then you can visit their website by clicking here or by liking their Operations Paws for Homes Facebook page. We are currently fostering the sweetest female lab/hound mix dog named Bailey (on their website she is listed as Bugsy) Bailey is having a blast playing with Tanner and Gresham but she is still looking for her "furever" home and is available for adoption. She weighs 49 pounds, is somewhere between 12-18 months old, house broken, wonderful with children of all ages, dogs, cats and knows basic commands! She has the sweetest disposition and we know we're going to be able to find Bailey an incredibly loving home that she truly deserves!

Here is sweet Bailey!

If you're interested in adopting Bailey please let us know!

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