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"Hi! My name is pixie!
I'm a big playful puppy and sometimes i get really excited and a little bit crazy!
In my foster home i am learning to sit,shake and stay but sometimes i get distracted easily so you will have to be patient and persistent with my training so that i can learn.
I love other dogs,especially playful ones. I also really love to spend lots of time inside,i live with lots of other dogs and cats in my foster home and i always try to be on my best behavior around them. "
Love from Pixie :)
Pixie will sit, shake and stay on command but can get quite distracted so needs someone who is able to continue her training with consistency, patience, firmness and lots of rewards & cuddles.
Pixie can be very excitable and needs someone with at least a basic understanding of dog training/lots of prior dog experience.
This sweet girl is currently adjusting to living and sleeping inside like a superstar. She is living with three other dogs and loves to play and cuddle with them as well as her human family. As she is a younger & excitable dog though, Pixie would be unsuitable in a home with an older or less sociable dog.
Although she loves other dogs, she would also be fantastic as an ‘only dog’ in the home as long as she has lots of attention from her humans.
Pixie is currently living with inside cats and around chickens. Small animals get her very excited and although it is definitely manageable, she would be best off in a home without them.
She absolutely adores children but as she is so large and boisterous she is probably not suitable in a home with younger children (under 12) unless they are very resilient and dog savvy.