Lexi is a fashionable dog looking for a good home

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Lexi is a happy-go-lucky, water-loving, 9-month old German Shepherd mix! Lexi is a quick learner and would make an excellent agility dog. She even tried the tunnels at the dog park on her own. She enjoys morning walks, is housetrained and sleeps in a crate every night. She loves to play with her foster dog sisters and even gets to play with her foster cat brother. She is submissive when she meets new people and animal friends, but loosens up right away.

Lexi is super smart and needs a family who can keep up. She does best with rules and structure and needs a strong, loving leader. Lexi is such a fun bundle of energy, she may be too much for small children.

She's spayed, vaccinated, microchipped, dewormed, heartworm negative and is on monthly heartworm and flea prevention. The adoption fee is $75. For more information, please contact her foster mom at denihyams@yahoo.com or call 817-694-5718.

Last week's Pet of the Week, Milo, a handsome tuxedo kitten, was adopted. But there are many more friendly adoptable kitties available for adoption at the Weatherford PetSmart. The rescued kitties are spayed/neutered, vaccinated, microchipped and on flea prevention and are ready for their new homes.

You can meet our rescued dogs each Saturday at the Weatherford PetSmart from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., or contact Parker Paws at 817-694-5718 to learn more about available pets.

Parker Paws appreciates the “enormous community support” for its recent garage sale. About $2,400 was raised. Thanks to all who donated items to the sale and those who shopped and donated. “We're able to provide vet care for the hundreds of dogs and cats we rescue each year thanks to our generous donors. Thank you for supporting us.” Visit www.ParkerPaws.org to learn more.

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