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In shelter Dog

Lubbock, TX, 79424
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Lettie came to Saving Grace in August 2021 after being seized from her home for neglect. She was sick and emaciated but is now healthy and happy! Lettie is a large adult Rottweiler. She has some stiffness in her elbow joints and receives weekly Adequan injections. Don’t think for a minute that this stops her – this girl loves going for walks!  She is sweet and loving with all people, including kids. Lettie knows “sit” and is very food motivated, so would likely be easy to train for other commands. She likes to be the only girl in the room but might be willing to share the spotlight with a male buddy if introduced properly. Contact us if you are interested in meeting Lettie.


Lettie’s adoption fee is $500 which includes her spay, current vaccinations, registered microchip, and transport costs.

She is available through Saving Grace Pit Bull Rescue, and we are a partner rescue with Project Freedom Ride. He would be transported on one of the PFR transports to either Meridian ID, SLC, UT, Seattle, WA, Mt Vernon, WA and Kennewick, WA.  To meet this girl via video call, please fill out our application linked here!

Adoption application can be accessed at the link below.

She is currently located with our rescue in the Texas Panhandle. We are one of 4 partner rescues with Project Freedom Ride and do monthly transports to the PNW and NE.

As a Project Freedom Ride direct adoption, the adoption interview/meet and greet would take place on video call (FB Messenger Call, Whats App, or Google Duo). The adoption application and fee would be finalized prior to transport.

Check out Project Freedom Ride and see what this amazing group is all about!


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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