Lexi had been over bred and used for the puppies for quite a few years before she came into rescue. After evaluation we realized that she was probably in training for fighting, or subjected to it to some degree as well. She was chained up the first 5yrs of her life. We did fix her and house train her. She is very friendly with people. We don't want her in a home with small children or other animals as she still has fear issues regarding rough play and is not always so friendly with other animals, which is understandable under the circumstances. We do a home screening for all our pit bulls' safety. She is very playful and full of life now that she has one. It is obvious to us that her ears were not cropped by a vet, so they're not quite right looking, but she remains adorable and very loving.
Please call 586 690 2808 for information regarding Lexi.
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