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April 25, 2006

Meet Pixi and Dixi!

Note: These dogs are not in our program.
This is a courtesy listing only, to assist in finding them a home.

Pixi and Dixi are young Brussels Griffon girls who are very friendly and playful with people and other dogs. They love to snuggle with you, go for rides in the car and brighten your life. They're doing really well on housetraining and are crate trained. Both are 3 - 4 years old and are pretty friendly considering they came from a puppy mill. They have been fully vetted

Pixi does have some fear of men, but I've found that by having my husband hold her, she is slowly adjusting to him. Dixi is my little shadow and makes you want to hold her close and keep her safe. Both girls were very skinny when I got them about a month ago. Dixi was actually pregnant, and had 1 stillborn puppy 3 weeks ago. Lack of medical care and poor nutrition was the reason for the stillborn, although we tested for Brucellosis just to be on the safe side. Now that they've been vetted, they are both gaining weight. Pixi is about 12 lbs and Dixi is about 9. They both look quite a bit alike. Dixi has more red and black in her, while Pixi is a light red.

Pixi and Dixi are with A New Start On Life. They are located in Holland, MI. For more information contact Lisa or 866.716.9393.

June 3, 2006


Pixi and Dixi have been Adopted!


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