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Pet name:
Boxer, American Staffordshire Terrier, Mixed
Brindle with White
Coat length:
For Adoption:Lexi was pregnant when she was relinquished to a shelter in TN. She is approximately 30lbs, and is a mixed breed dog. One of her pups DNA came up with quite a mixture. We are guessing that she has Boxer/Am. Staff/Pit Bull/ Cattle Dog/ Collie/Shepherd in her based on her features and her pups DNA results. Lexi was raised around children and is house-trained. Lexi became VERY attached to her foster mom’s adult son Kyle. She is literally in love with him, and gets so excited when he comes home; like she has lived with him her whole life. We would love for Lexi to go into a home with a young man who wants a loving, loyal companion. She would make an excellent running or hiking partner. She has been here for a bit because she can be kennel protective, however she is really a great dog and needs someone to give her a chance.Due to the high volume of received applications, processing is taking longer than usual. Sorry, we are not doing out of state adoptions at this time.
Thank you for your interest in rescue. If you would like to be considered for adoption please submit an application to adopt. APPLICATION TO ADOPT:  
If you have any questions regarding the adoption process please email or call 610-970-7500.


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