Pixie is EASY. She's not a nervous dog, doesn't intrude, not particularly needy... The kind of things you sometimes see in rescue dogs... Personally I believe she led a charmed life. I have no idea how she ended up needing a home at this stage of life.
What I CAN tell you is she is about 10 lbs, she is long hair chihuahua by the front & Pom from the back with a little extra weight in between. She is somewhat hard of hearing & has 2 teeth. (Have no fear she can navigate thru her kibble like no other! )
She loves the car. She is fine with dogs, the older the better & the same with kids. She doesn't care to be startled when she is sleeping. Cats are fine, just not to close. (Her foster kitten loves her but she isn't amused) The older cat is fine with her. So what am I trying to say... Pixie is old, she's a good dog & she needs a place to lay her head.
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