found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already spayed, housetrained, purebred, and up to date with shots.
Once her owner moved into the city she was chained up outside but kept slipping out of her collar and the neighbors were complaining. She wasn't kept inside because her owner said she would lose her fur when she was inside. We soon found out that was because she was covered in fleas.
Life is much better for Lexi now, learning to live inside on a comfy pillow of her own. Lexi is very weak from weeks of diarrhea but is slowly recovering and will be back to her spry sassy self in no time. She is free of those pesky fleas and heartworm negative. Other than some possible arthritis Lexi's vet said she is a pretty healthy girl.
She has met only one male dobie in her foster home and she is letting him know she is boss no matter how bad she feels at the moment. We believe this is probably fear of the unknown but this boy is so sweet he is letting her be alone and relax. Since she has had so many pups in her lifetime we are sure she is probably done with male dobies wanting to be around her! With time and patience this too will change and she's in the perfect foster home to help with this.
She has met some barn cats and showed no reaction to them except a mild interest to see who they are. She is still wobbly with walking - getting her nails trimmed seemed to help somewhat with her walking. She is very unsteady on the hardwood floors and stairs - but that will hopefully improve with time and strength and feeling better. It doesn't seem like she has ever seen stairs or smooth flooring in the past.
Would you be the family to open your home and hearts to this deserving senior girl? She certainly will make for a great companion and friend.