Pixie – 8 month old female Cross-Breed

Pixie is an approximately 8 months old, she’s a female little Cross breed, highly possibly Shepard mix, she’s un- spayed ( not long been here) and she is undergoing being house trained, she is vaccinated, passported, microchipped. We think her size fully grown will be no more than medium size.

 

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Pixie is currently here in our foster care. She is a very happy, friendly little girl who is very loveable,she loves her food, so this makes her extra easy for training she has a very sweet temperament, and growing more and more confident by the day. Ideally she would be be homed with a family to give her a varied and busy life style, but equally she could go to well in a quite home also as she would thrive on 1-2-1 attention. She is very bright and smart, she just needs the best love and attention that she deserves. She is sound with all children and cat friendly as tested.

Pixie was saved from a factory in Romania along with her sibling’s, where they were almost taken to the public dog shelter by the manager, where they would of been killed. Luckily for all these pups they we’re saved and brought here to have proper new life. Pixie is so happy when she is sat snuggled on a warm lap having lots of cuddles with a good old belly rub,after having a big bowl of nice food! All she is looking for is love, patience, and kind owner(s) who will continue to build her up and continue with her training and grow her confidence in new situations and around new people, ongoing training is always an essential with our dogs as they need to learn.

Although Pixie has not had a great start in life, she has come along way since first being saved, she shows no anxiety around younger children, adults, dogs or cats at all despite her original loss of trust in humans and instincts transferred from her mum.

Pixie would like her own secured garden to play in, safe high fencing, along with regular daily exercise. All Pixie wants is to do is please you and be loved she is very clever little girl and so very affectionate. Pixie needs to spend the rest of her days being wanted and forgetting her unloved past that she has well and truly left behind.

Can you be the one to love Pixie and give her the future she would not of otherwise got?

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