Bailey is a rescue dog, and getting a good night’s sleep has always been difficult for her. So she gets tucked in every night by her dad.
Ever since Mac Clenny, her dad, began wrapping her like a burrito during her nighttime routine, the rescue dog has been sleeping safe and sound.
The bond between the rescue dog and her dad was a slow process but worth it.
In 2020, Clenney and his wife adopted Bailey from Louie’s Legacy Animal Rescue. They soon realized that she had fears that she needed to overcome.
He added, “When we met with her wonderful foster mom, she told us that Bailey was one of the most scared and timid dogs she’d ever come across.”
“She would jump off the back of the couch and run whenever I entered the living room. It took six-plus months before she got comfortable with me even approaching her.”
Clenney became a dedicated dad to Bailey and worked with a dog behaviorist to help her overcome her fears.
Clenney said in an interview, “Whenever we would snuggle with blankets on the couch, Bailey felt much more comfortable and calmer whenever she was wrapped or covered with a blanket.”
They tucked her in once as a bit of a tease at bedtime.
And when she snuggled into it, the parents decided to leave her there for the night. When they woke up the next morning and she was still tucked in, they started to do it every night.
Clenney also has an orange tabby, Diva, who loves to bond with the rescue dog. They have developed a special bond together.
“They will snuggle together, and Penny will tease Bailey with her tail. Bailey acts like she wants to chase Penny whenever she gets zoomies, but she knows there’s no chance of her catching her,”
“Getting through to her and showing her a kinder world meant months and years of patience and understanding. She is now going with us to parks, stores, and breweries. She is becoming her best self.”
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