Shelter Spotlight: Lexi Mama Longs For A Home 

I would like to introduce you all to Lexi Mama. I recently published an article entitled “Shelter Spotlight: The Forgotten Ones”, she is featured in that post linked below.

She has been in a shelter kennel WAY too long. This is her 3rd Autumn at the Town of Hempstead Animal Shelter. Her life has improved since arriving at the shelter as here she is taken care of and has friends who walk her–but now she needs a home. Lexi Mama has almost reached her second anniversary at the shelter, and it is past time for her to be in a forever home.

Lexi Mama is a beautiful, tan and white, 4-5 year old pup. She is dog selective and would require a meet and greet, and she is not a fan of cats. She has quite a long history with the shelter, obviously meaning it’s not a good one. Lexi Mama first came to the shelter in 2014 as a stray. She was reclaimed by her owner, only to reappear at the shelter in 2015. This time, her owner did not come back for her.

As much as Lexi Mama, is loved, the shelter staff was not happy to see her again! Lexi Mama is playful with toys, and displays no issues with people near her food. She can be wary of new people, but quickly warms up and becomes quite loving.

Lexi Mama used to live with a male dog, but she is slightly nervous of meeting new dogs. She may prefer to be a solo dog, or perhaps there is a low key dog out there that wants to be her sibling! This poor girl has been dealt a terrible hand in life, and I hope and pray things begin to look up for her.

Please help me share and network this beauty! Like and share her Facebook page: , tell everyone you know to like and share it too!

Help me help Lexi Mama find her forever family! If you or someone you know is interested please use the contact information below or reach out on her Facebook page and send a message.

Hempstead Animal Shelter

3320 Beltagh Ave


(516) 785-5220

2 Replies to “Shelter Spotlight: Lexi Mama Longs For A Home ”

  1. I would love to have this beautiful girl. But I live in Edmonton Alberta Canada. Would you be willing to send her here? She will be loved and cared for.

    1. You would need to contact the shelter directly to find out. I know sometimes transport is available but it depends on the dog and the situation. Please contact the shelter with any question you have, the contact information is listed at the bottom of the post.

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