Lexie (Lady) Staffie x DOB 2008 - 2020

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Lexie (Lady) Staffie x DOB 2008 - 2020

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Dear Rescueremedies: Our last dog was a staffie cross Lexi (Lady) rehomed from you. She was wonderful with people and in the house but was reactive and we had to walk in low density areas and always on lead. She could make friends with large calm dogs but was very wary with small dogs. She hated the muzzle and would not walk with it so managed her without using treats and distancing.
She had developed very bad arthritis over the last few years and sadly we had to have her PTS in early March 2020.

Lexi's Thread Below:
Jul 17, 2012 5:33 pm Current Status Homed
Homing requirements: Lady needs a family who have dog experience to support her dog socialisation outside. Lady does not like dogs to come too close. Lady is proven with young children. Lady is best as an only pet with no visiting dogs. Lady needs secure 6' panel fencing and awareness around exits as with any home.

Her Story: Lady's family reported her as "found" but later confessed they couldn't cope and provide for her any longer. The dog warden ended up taking Lady and her companion dog, an entire male Staffie into Rescue. Broken hearted the Dog warden called us in tears with Lady having been bred from and just discarded. We agreed to be there for her. Lady is foster in a multi-dog household Tunbridge Wells, Kent now mainly separated and has settled to all the trials and tribulations involved. Lady is spayed, chipped, vax'd and fostered in .

Advert: Lady has an abundance of love to give to her people and children alike. She can initially be a little perturbed with swift intros with other dogs but has learned to settle with dogs outside meeting and greeting most outside with a smile. A little grumble, rare but just indicated as a lack of comfortabilty and 'we move on'. For this reason we need dog experienced owners to 'read her' and ensure she isn't pushed beyond her comfort zone which is expanding with time. Housetraining is good with attention.

Lady is a Staffie cross with a dark brindle coat which doesn't show its true beauty on camera and coupled with the fact that Lady is a little camera shy ... be prepared to be ‘wowed’ on meeting. A little shy sums Lady up as her instincts are for a quieter life. She can be left, a little whimpering and she settles, bless. Lady she has moved all our hearts. So pleased she is with us and going to find an adoring family.

Interested in homing Lady? Please click to complete our on-line homing questionnaire to match a suitable dog with your lifestyle.

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Lady's thread on our forum to find out if still available and for fuller details. For daily updates Click our forum link and you will find the full range of dogs available for homing

***PLEASE NOTE: We are a rescue finding dogs their forever homes. We usually ask for a minimum donation of £150 at the time of adoption, for each dog, to help us continue helping homeless dogs.

See Lady's thread below: Watch her progress through our Rescue
Referral Details: Blk Bri/Wht Lab/SBT X Female 4yrs Avail fm 29.6.12 1st vax 29/6/12 NCF Good bodily condition – at end of season on arrival?? Good with adults – … good with dogs, but NGW cats !! Knows sit. Likes a ball and squeaky. Friendly girl….likes to play with a toy but interested in what’s going on too!! Calm and settled. Easy going all rounder dog!!

Dog warden was called and the family pretended to find her, then said they didn't want her anymore and closed the door. Dog warden was in tears and called us. I said we would take her as soon as we could. "Hi Lynne, Thanks so much for this. She is also house-trained and the owner had toddlers and said she was fantastic with them xx Kind Regards Tara "

Lady comes into us on Friday 20th July 2012


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Re: Lexie (Lady) Staffie x DOB 2008 - 2020

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Dear Lexi lived to a ripe age and her world was full of love. We could not ask more for her. She deserved the great care she received and she will be loved forever.... Thank you Caroline and your lovely girls
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Re: Lexie (Lady) Staffie x DOB 2008 - 2010

Post by johnfowle »

We are so sorry to read this. We had Lady (Lexi) on foster, with many other canine friends in Tunbridge Wells, for quite a few months and were especially pleased when she was eventually re-homed. Thank you so much for your care of the beautiful lady and giving her such a great and loving home. I am certain you will find a big hole in your life which will be difficult to fill, but equally delighted to learn that you have already given Donna her forever home....thank you.
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Re: Lexie (Lady) Staffie x DOB 2008 - 2010

Post by Carolinesusan »

Thank you for your lovely comments remembering Lexie, I am blown away that you can remember her after all these years. Especially when so many dogs pass through your rescue.
Lexie was the best dog you could imagine having inside the home, she was a quiet but constant companion, she needed a bed in virtually every room in the house because she always wanted to be near her humans. As you know she was not so easy out of the house but we found ways to make sure she got her quota of walks every day, so long as you had plenty of treats in your pocket you could manage her reaction to other dogs. She did make some doggy friends over the years, she typically liked large calm dogs and once she felt safe with them she was a bit over the top with her affection - licking their faces. Sadly her arthritis did get very bad and ultimately the pain medication was not enough so we had to make the really hard decision to say goodbye. We really miss her but take comfort from the belief that we did give her a happy life.
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Re: Lexie (Lady) Staffie x DOB 2008 - 2020

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Oh sweet Lady! How I loved fostering you in Hove. Such a special girl, placid and loving. I’m so glad you were able to enjoy so many happy years with the family who adored you xxxx
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Re: Lexie (Lady) Staffie x DOB 2008 - 2020

Post by SarahW »

I never knew Lexie but it sounds like you gave her a wonderful life and found ways to help her with her concerns about other dogs. It must be so hard to lose a loving companion such as Lexie. Run free beautiful girl xxx
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