96.5 KVKI logo
Get our free mobile app

Like most dogs, Bailey loves to let her people know when the mail has been delivered. If you're looking for a sweet companion, Bailey is available for adoption now in Shreveport!

Meet Bailey today at Pet Savers Shreveport. She's up to date on her shots and already spayed. Bailey's adoption fee is $100. Just remember, adopting a dog is a big commitment. Make sure you're ready to take care of your new friend FOR LIFE before making the leap to pet ownership.

Here's what the Pet Savers website has to say about Bailey:

Check me out! I am an adorable 60-pound beagle mix looking for a forever home. I get along well with kids and other dogs. I'm housetrained, up to date, and ready to go! I love exploring the yard and sniffing around. I would do well in a home that goes for walks or just wants a pretty dog to protect their home from mail trucks. I love to bark at those! Fill out an application today and I'll be happy meet you!

Est. D.O.B. 12/7/2015

Bristol's Babies shines the spotlight on adoptable pets right here in northwest Louisiana and with your help, we hope to find them all homes eventually!

Pet Savers is located at 4380 Noyes Drive, Shreveport, LA 71119 and they are open daily from 12 pm - 4 pm. However, you'll want to reach out ahead of your visit. You can call them at (318) 636-0400 or connect with them on Facebook or their website with any questions! Even if you aren't able to adopt an animal at this time, Pet Savers Shreveport is always in need of donations and volunteers so please consider supporting their efforts!

Million Dollar Home for Sale on Cross Lake

See pictures of a million-dollar home that's being offered for sale on beautiful Cross Lake in Shreveport, LA.

25 Ways to Say You're From Shreveport Without Saying You're From Shreveport

10 Signs Your Dog May Have Seasonal Allergies

Look: 10 Animals You Can't Own in Shreveport

After doing a deep dive into state and city laws, I have found ten animals you absolutely cannot own in Shreveport, Louisiana.

Read More: Most Dangerous Louisiana Creatures

More From 96.5 KVKI