Bailey and Lacie's Photo Album

About Bailey and Lacie

  • Bailey is a 5 year, 2 mo. old Beagle & Shar Pei in Loch Lomond, CA
  • Lacie is a 4 year old Boxer & PitBull Mix in Loch Lomond, CA

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More Details

About Bailey

Very friendly, sweet girl who loves to socialize.

  • Sex: Female
  • Age: 5 years, 2 mo. old
  • Weight: 53lbs
  • Breed: Beagle & Shar Pei
  • Tracking Chip: Yes
  • Spayed: True
  • House Trained: Yes
  • Gets along with children: Yes
    I do not want children left unsupervised with Bailey, she did great the times we had her with children but I don't feel comfortable leaving them unattended
  • Gets along with other dogs: Yes
    She does, but I would prefer you monitor her with any dog she meets.
  • Gets along with cats: Yes
    She will chase them if they run, but she has lived with cats her whole life and never had an incident

Special Requirements

On long walks, she may need to rest periodically. She will let you know by slowing down considerably and then, usually in the shade, will either sit or lay down. Please allow her 5 minutes or so and give her some water so she doesn't get heat stroke or over exert herself.

About Lacie

High energy dog with anxiety. She does not do well in the car, will whine the whole trip and she will chew if left alone unattended (she is crate trained). She gets along well with my other dog and YOUNG puppies, but does not do well with older dogs usually. I have been able to introduce her to foster dogs, I just have to watch her and make sure there is nothing she can get possessive over (but I would prefer her not to meet any dogs while I am away).

  • Sex: Female
  • Age: 4 years old
  • Weight: 49lbs
  • Breed: Boxer & PitBull Mix
  • Tracking Chip: Yes
  • Spayed: True
  • House Trained: Yes
  • Gets along with children: No
    She has never really been around children, but if they are screaming and running around near her it freaks her out.
  • Gets along with other dogs: No
    She does get along well with small puppies, but you need to watch her as she can play a little rough with her paws. Sometimes she gets along with really calm dogs, but she is very insecure and if she feels uncomfortable when they get too close she nips.
  • Gets along with cats: Yes
    Monitor when first introducing, she is very curious and will get very excited. She lives with them and just needs to know it isn't okay to paw at them.