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Queer Eye Gives 'Make Better' to Dog Saved From Euthanasia

Queer Eye Gives 'Make Better' to Dog Saved From Euthanasia

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The Fab Five pampered Lacey to raise awareness of Adopt a Shelter Pet Day.

Queer Eye is going to the dogs -- literally.

The Fab Five gave its first "make better" to a pooch in a mini-episode of the Netflix reality show.

In the special, Karamo, Tan, Jonathan, Bobby, and Antoni travel to New York City to pamper Lacey, a corgi mix who is a rescue dog from the North Shore Animal League America, the world's largest no-kill shelter and adoption group.

Queer Eye made the episode in order to help Lacey find a home and also raise awareness for Adopt a Shelter Pet Day on Tuesday. The annual event raises awareness of the thousands of furry friends who need to find a forever home.

With the help of the Fab Five, Lacey found a happy ending and her own forever home with Long Island residents Demetrio and Valerie DeGregorie. She also got a stylish new leather collar, fresh-baked biscuits, grooming, and even a pep talk from Karamo in the process.

Watch the mini-episode below -- and visit a local shelter to bring home a pet of your own.

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