Bailey A. Guillory, owned by Nancy, John, and Michelle Guillory, was loved the world over, and described as “the most famous airedale to never set a foot in a show ring”.
Noble, confident, goofy, strong, loyal, gentle, loving, intuitive, and “too smart for his own good” pretty much describes him. He was the perfect Airedale Ambassador. Sadly, his time was cut short, after his 12th birthday, by cancer.
Sharing his love of life. daily adventures as the founder & CEO of AHS (Airedale Homeland Security) and that of his siblings, Lexie and Roxie, his popularity grew across social media. With that, so did the thought that others were not as fortunate and needed help. Using this, and the simple concept that “it just takes a lot of drops to fill a bucket”, countless number of pups were able to get the help they needed by him just asking his “friends” (and he had a lot of friends).
He was bigger then life.... gratefully, NAR has allowed his legacy to live on and continue his work to help those Airedales in need with the cost of medical diagnostics, medications and treatments.
DONATE TO THE BAILEY GUILLORY MEMORIAL MEDICAL FUND
If you would like to make a donation to the Bailey's special Fund, please make your check payable to National Airedale Rescue, Inc., and note in the memo section that it is for the Bailey Guillory Memorial Fund.
Send your check to:
National Airedale Rescue, Inc.
ATTN: Rusty LaFrance, Treasurer
8524 Maggie Avenue
Las Vegas, NV 89143
You can also make a donation by PayPal or credit card by clicking the "Donate" button below.
APPLY FOR A GRANT FROM THE BAILEY GUILLORY MEMORIAL FUND
The Bailey Guillory Memorial Fund is meant to assist with the cost of medical diagnostics, medications and treatments of Airedales in need, defined as rescues taken in, rescues that are being fostered and rescues that have been adopted and the humans need assistance with care. Requests to be submitted with any necessary documentation supporting estimates. Reimbursements to be made based on invoices submitted once the request is approved.
Applicants need to contact the Treasurer with the full background of the dog, the medical issue that needs to be addressed and the plan for treatment.
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