My dogs names are Harley and Lucy. Both are rescues. We adopted Harley & his sister Mandy about
3 1/2yrs. ago but 2 4wk old puppies was more than I could handle during the winter months. The important thing was that we rescued them from that awful shelter. We found a wonderful home for Mandy where she has about
10 acres to run free. Lucy came to us when Harley was about
6 mos. old. She turned up one day where my husband works, but nobody would take her home, so we did. We figure she is about
8 yrs. old now. She also does not know how to play, she didn't even know what a biscuit was when I gave her one. It was obvious that her previous owner beat and mistreated her. It was funny, when she finally got de-ticked and we let her in the house she did something amazing. I was still able to walk about
some then but I did fall a lot. One day I fell and she came running to me, slipped her head under my arm and chest and began to push up. I was blown away. If I tried to get up and walk sometimes she would stand in front of me and wouldn't let me move, if I ignored her and walked off anyway within a few minutes I would find myself on the floor. It's like she just knew. She is the most gentle creature i have ever seen. Harley is like your Bailey, he seems to get wound up around 8:30 and night, but we just thow a toy for him to catch for about
10 minutes and then he gets on his pillow and lays down.
If your other dog is older, little Bailey and all his energy might be what is bothering him.
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