All the dogs in the shelter were barking, except for one. She sat remarkably quietly amidst the chaos, her eyes pleading, “I’m a good dog; please take me home.”
I didn’t know much about dogs when I adopted Lexi; but training her was easy. She is intelligent, obedient, and eager to please. Her temperament is rock solid, and contrary to the breed’s tarnished reputation, she is gentle, elegant, and refined. Lexi has profoundly changed my life.
I now devote all my spare time (and then some) to changing the world’s perception of Pit Bulls and to changing the world Pit Bulls live in, so that they are no longer abused or neglected.
Lexi made her first therapy dog visit to Goff Middle School on December 23, 2009. She had a blast, as did all the children who got to meet her. True to form she was gentle and sweet and gave the kids tender little kisses on their cheeks.
We’re looking forward to many more therapy visits in the coming years!
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