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Lexi has come to us from another branch care centre  in the hope that a change of area might help get her the home she deserves as for some reason she keeps getting overlooked .

Lexi was in the care centre  after she was dumped in a garden on one of the coldest nights in Dec with a litter of hungry pups to feed. Thank goodness she was found..

Lexi did a great job of looking after her pups and they have all fpund loving homes - now its Lexi's turn.

She can be quiet when she first meets you but once she gets to know you you see what a sweetheart she is. 

Lexi loves her food and has yet to find a treat she does not like - and she takes them gently too .

Lexi needs an experienced owner / family ( children over 15years) who will help her forget her past and see that the world can be a loving place.

Lexi needs to be the only pet, she has been lead walked with other dogs and if they calm so is she but  she prefers her own space. She understands and follows basic commands. 

Lexi would be best with a garden where she could have her mad ten minutes runaround! After that she settles well - she used to do that at her previous branch and then settle  in the office with them .

She definitely has the energy for long walks and she is strong but she does show a keen interest when she spots sheep in a field.

We went to pick her up and she travelled well in the car and it was over an hour's journey.

As we have no previous history we do not know what she is like in the home but she is clean and not destructive  in her kennel and can be left alone for short periods of time.  

One of our dog waljers took Lexi out today and this is what he said:

Lexi realy enjoyed her walk but she would definitely benefit from a runaround in a secure /garden area to get rid of some of that energy before a walk  ( though a home with good regular exercise will make a difference). She is very strong and will pull hard when she sees sheep so walking her away from them is a good idea.  I walked her close to me and when she kept it up i got her to sit for a treat . But she is very sweet and when i sat on a bench for a breather she jumped up beside me for a fuss..... i was gutted i didnt manage to get a picture. '

All she needs now is that special person to come along and give her the time, patience and love she deserves - could that be you? 

Please come and see her ......and give her that chance 

My personality

  • You'll need to take me to training classes
  • I could live with children of secondary school age
  • I can be left alone for short periods
  • I'd prefer to be the only dog in a home
  • I'd prefer not to live with a cat
  • I'm a bright spark
  • I love food and treats

About Me

Breed: Staffordshire Bull Terrier
Colour: Brindle
Age: 4 Years (approx)

Contact the centre or branch about me:

RSPCA Craven & Upper Wharfedale Branch

07949 229955

Tel: Fri am to Sun Eve only. Emails: monitored daily

About Me

Breed: Staffordshire Bull Terrier
Colour: Brindle
Age: 4 Years (approx)

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