Why Not Me? Meet Lexi!
We’ve partnered with Pawsitive Alliance for the #WhyNotMePets campaign to give difficult-to-home pets an extra paw up. These lovable pets are ready to find their forever homes.
Age/Gender/Size: 8 Yrs./ Female/ Small
Likes: Going on walks, meeting new people, snuggling
Dislikes: Not much!
Special Considerations: Lexi is blind and diabetic
Lexi is an 8 year old Puggle who is ready to find her forever home. The rescue describes her as “loving, loyal, gentle, kind, truly amazing” – and she loves everyone she meets and everyone loves her! She would be good in a home with other gentle dogs, children, or calm cats.
Lexi is a special needs pup; she has diabetes and is blind, but she doesn’t let that stop her from living life to the fullest. She is currently receiving two doses of insulin daily and her adopter must be prepared financially for regular visits with a veterinarian and her ongoing prescription. Her new people should be patient while helping her become accustomed to her surroundings.
Lexi loves going for walks and, as long as her people are guiding her, she does really well on short hikes. Lexi has impeccable house manners and can live peacefully in any home. This very special girl deserves a family that will be devoted to her and love her for the rest of her life.
Her foster mom says, “Lexi is a very courageous girl. She is always ready to say hello to the world. She’s got the right attitude, when she inevitably bumps into obstacles in her life she changes her direction, remembers it and keeps on trucking. She is very smart and loves tender cuddles. She has a zest for life and adventures, whenever food, her leash or fast commotion is around she gets curious and excited at the same time. Plus she does a little food dance that you will just fall in love with.”
Lexi has been fully vetted (spayed, microchipped and vaccinated), and is available for adoption through Save-A-Mutt in Silvana, WA. As she lives in a foster home, you will have to set up an appointment to meet her by calling (425) 280-0502 or visit their website at Save-A-Mutt.org.