Lexi

A Sweet & Loving Soul!

Age:
Almost 3 Years

Microchip number:

956000004950014

Source number: RE146245

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Adoption fee: $
350
APPLICATIONS CLOSED
Adoption Pending
Please only apply for this greyhound if you have:

- small (or big!) yard
- someone home more than away
- children over 7yrs

Meet Lexi, a sweet girl with no interest in your couch!

Lexi is a confident, happy, gentle companion. She loves introducing herself to people and pups on walks. She takes to new people really quickly and is a bona fide heart breaker. She is very good at communicating when she needs to go for a walk to take a wee. We typically walk her thrice per day, although she is pretty easy-going as long as she gets one in the morning and one before bed.

Lexi is very calm and gentle on the lead; that being said, she does love a good stop and sniff. Lexi is very social, however, she can get a bit too excited when she sees small dogs - to be on the safe side we keep such interactions to a cheeky quick kiss and nothing more. One unique thing about Lexi is that, contrary to the pattern established by our previous foster greys, she has no major interest in jumping on the couch or in the bed. At home, she likes to lay in her bed to take long naps and follow any noise around to its source - she likes to know what's going on.

Lexi has Panus, an eye condition that needs eye drops once a day. She doesn’t mind us poking about her face and so this isn’t a chore. We don’t own a car, and as such Lex hasn't had much experience in them; we think she still needs a bit of help to get in and out for the time being. We love her very much and it is amazing to have had the opportunity to foster a sweet and loving soul like her.

NOTE: Panus is common in greyhounds and Lexi's vision is not impacted as it is in a very early stage and the drops which are easily administered to greyhounds will prevent the condition progressing. Over summer, limiting her exposure to UV sunlight is desirable (restricted backyard sunbaking!)