‘Bailey’ Goes From Homeless at Brevard County Animal Services to School Therapy Dog

By  //  April 12, 2019

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Bailey is now at Royal Palm Charter School

In early July of 2018 “Bailey” was surrendered to Brevard County Animal Services where she was immediately selected as a candidate for our Paws and Stripes College with hopes of becoming a Law Enforcement Therapy Dog. (BCSO image)

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – In July 2018 “Bailey” was surrendered to Brevard County Animal Services where she was immediately selected as a candidate for our Paws and Stripes College with hopes of becoming a Law Enforcement Therapy Dog.

Bailey quickly excelled in her training and soon became a team favorite as she showed great promise as a Therapy Dog.

Even though she was an excellent candidate, “Bailey” was not chosen by a law enforcement agency after attending the Law Enforcement Therapy Dog Class in September of 2018.

They say that everything happens for a reason and in this case, “Bailey” not being selected by a law enforcement agency was a blessing in disguise

Immediately after graduation, she was selected by Tresa Vernon to become the first School Therapy Dog in Brevard County as a member of Royal Palm Charter School in Palm Bay.

Bailey is doing a great job for the school and has now found a forever home as part of the Royal Palm Charter School Family.

You know what…everything does happen for a reason.

– Sheriff Wayne Ivey

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