PIXIE has found her furrytail ending!
Our little Pixie waited patiently for just the right home and she certainly got it with Bronwen & Ray and their Husky girl, Atti. Atti was feeling a little lonesome after losing her big sister, but Pixie has settled herself in to be her new companion.
Our heartfelt thanks, as always, go to our amazing foster carers, without whom we would be lost. Nicky, Darryl & girls, you have provided a halfway house for a phenomenal number of our dogs and we are so humbled by your generosity and willingness to help. (This is the part where I ask you to pretty please help us with another one!)
The amazing Packer pack are also on our gratitude list for their sponsorship of Pixie. Despite being on the other side of the world, they are unwavering in their support for our little rescue and the dogs that we love. As the saying goes, 'it takes a village'. And we are so blessed by our village/family, made up of all the wonderful people who make our work possible and successful.
Happy furrytail ending, Pixie!
So they tell me Pixies are generally mischievous, short of stature and attractively childlike mythological little creatures. Well I can tell you right now that I am not a myth, but the rest might have some element of truth. I’m not really that short, I am pretty much regular husky height but my rotund shape might shorten my legs a little. It should be easy enough to help me shift a few kilos, thanks to my love of walk time and exercise! I do make it known that walk time is my favourite time of the day. In all my excitement, I do pull on lead until I calm down, so it’s best to walk me on a harness. Unfortunately though, my other great love is food, and lots of it – so a bit of doggy Lite n Easy may be on the cards.
At home, it is all about my people. I will settle in with the right canine buddy who is my size or larger, but I need a family that I can be a part of. Inside is where it’s at, and I will not stand for being left out!
I currently live with some teenage children and four other large dogs. Thanks to some time, patience and proper introductions, I have found my dynamic in the group. I have never met any small dogs or pocket pets and my jumpiness is likely to be too much for small children. I am a pretty happy-go-lucky kind of girl, but the only time I get upset is when you leave me. I have a bit of a cry and jump at the gate just to make sure you haven’t forgotten me by mistake. But in a few minutes, I pick myself up and shake it off. You’ll be home soon enough, right? I am content to enjoy the outdoors during the day. The fences should be at least 5ft to keep me safe with no large gaps underneath. My place when you are home is right by you, inside and preferably on the lounge or maybe we can negotiate if I get my own soft bed. So I think we have established that I am, in fact, very real and not a mythological creature. But I am looking for my own furrytail ending and a forever home.