Bailey is a small 6 month old special needs puppy that requires medication, Keppra and Phenobarbital, to control her seizures. Her medication costs roughly $30 each month, depending on your pharmacy. Upon intake, she was admitted into a specialty animal hospital that found a lesion on her brain that is causing her seizures. After a spinal tap was performed, all testing came back negative, therefore telling us she has an autoimmune disease. Her medication has kept her seizure free since coming into ABR’s care. By the directions given by her Neurologist, she cannot be vaccinated at this moment as we were advised to wait until January or February of 2021 to be considered in remission from her last seizure.In order to be considered for adopting Bailey, you must meet these requirements:1. You must have access to a Specialty Vet.2. Bailey requires seizure medication that cannot be skipped and will need someone to be with her most of the time.3. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, we will not transport Bailey.Here is more from Baby Bailey herselfNow that all of that is out of the way, I’d love to tell you a little bit about myself. My name is Bailey, but my foster mom calls me Baby Bailey because I am so tiny! I am a special needs puppy, but I call it high maintenance. I have a few favorite activities that I love to do! I don’t always play with toys, but when I do, the small squeaky toys are my absolute favorite! I love to go on walks around theneighborhood so I can smell all the smells and see all the sights! Finally, I love to snuggle with my humans and my resident foster sisters. These two Brittany girls have been really good to me since I got here and I am so thankful for them!I take medication to control my seizures that can’t be skipped, which is why I have to be with you most of the time. Here at my foster home, I get to go to work with my foster mom where I get extra snuggles and pets. I have to go to a fancy special vet to make sure that I am staying healthy, and I always listen and follow the directions of the doctors because I want to be the best Brittany that I can be!I’ve been sleeping in the kennel really well I feel like it is my safe place. My foster parents have been teaching me to ring a bell to tell them it’s time to go potty and I’m getting pretty good at it! Oh! Sometimes, I get a little cold and I shiver. That’s when my foster parents put a warm sweater on me. see? High maintenance!Yes, I am a puppy. A TINY puppy. I’ve really come a long way here at my foster home, and it’s now time for me to find my forever home. If you think you have what it takes to be my forever family, please fill out an application to adopt me. If you have any questions, please click on ‘contact’ to send an email to my foster mom. If you want to know more about me, she is the best person to ask!