October 31st, 2019

*THIS DOG IS NOT BEING RE-HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT. THIS IS A COURTESY POST ONLY; PLEASE CONTACT KATIE AT HELLO@DOGCREEK.CO FOR MORE DETAILS*

Meet Bella Rose a two year old black female Labrador born Nov18, 2017 Bella is being rehomed  due to her inability to get along with cats and play appropriately with small children, Bella does great with dogs and would benefit from an older male large breed as a companion. She is an outdoor enthusiast and loves swimming walking and the beach, with reminders she will stay right with you but does watch for those pesky squirrels. While Bella was indoors her family used a crate to avoid  her from getting treats off the counters and she does great, she would also be a great outdoor dog if she had appropriate shelter from the elements. Bella is a beautiful happy pup with lots of love and life to give she will be best in a home with no small pets or children under age 13  and a family willing to understand and embrace her energetic personality.
 
 





October 18th, 2019

*THIS DOG IS NOT BEING RE-HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT. THIS IS A COURTESY POST ONLY; PLEASE CONTACT BO AT 503-348-9802 FOR MORE DETAILS*

Hi, my name is Bailey! I am a sweet 3-4 year old Great Pyrenees mix (maybe Pyrenees-Pointer?).

I am very friendly to all people and I especially love kids. I’m great with cats and other small animals, but I can be dog selective.  I can get along with lots of dogs, especially if we have been properly introduced, however I am not too keen on puppies, aggressive or submissive behavior, or if you’re bigger than me!  Makes me feel insecure!

My people tell me that I am an angel at home. I have never destroyed or chewed anything – I know my toy basket and keep to it! I sleep through the night without a peep and I’m usually the last one to get up. I have not been crate trained, but there was never a need to crate me. I am just that well behaved! I take my job of guarding the house seriously and will let the delivery people and yard workers know that I am around. I am very well behaved on walks with my gentle leader, but am not always keen on meeting other dogs this way. I enjoy car rides and sit quietly in the back, you wouldn’t even know I was there! I have learned lots of commands and am generally eager to please my humans! I love cuddling on the couch and would happily be a lap dog if I were smaller.

I would love to go to a home with a job for me to do! Do you have some property or livestock I can watch over? If you have a dog, I would love to properly meet them! An older mellow female would be my ideal choice.  If interested in my adoption, please contact Bo at 503-348-9802 or bogusia.kowalska@gmail.com






August 16th, 2019

-THIS DOG IS NOT BEING RE-HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT. THIS IS A COURTESY POST ONLY; PLEASE CONTACT THE OWNER AT THE INFO PROVIDED BELOW FOR MORE DETAILS-

Hi! My name is Coco! I’m a 4yr old Toy Poodle with personality and sass. Most people think I’m a girl, but that’s okay as long as they’re willing to give me treats and belly scritches. 
 
My elderly dog mom recently had to be moved to an assisted care facility. She left me with her son and daughter-in-law until I find another person. They can’t keep me because they have cats I like to chase and growl at, and there’s too much going on in their house.  I need a quiet home. No kids.  No cats. I can be a couch potato cuddling with you or a bouncy playmate. I bond deeply with one person and they are my world.  I like to bark a lot when I’m excited, especially on walks. I walk okay on a leash, but could use some work on reactivity to people, dogs, and animals. 
 
I really like routine. If something changes I’ve been known to potty in the house if left alone.  I get really scared when my people leave me. 
 
I’m a smart guy and love spending time with you getting treats, praise and attention for the silly things you keep asking me to do, like sit. I can also be a problem solver and get into stuff. I love chewing paper, am a great vacuum, and I love it when people leave food unattended.  Jackpot!
 
I like my spa days. I go to the groomer every 8-10 weeks. I need my ears plucked regularly and professional grooming to keep comfortable and healthy.  I’m my groomer’s favorite.  I am also super allergic to flea bites. This means I have to be on flea prevention all year round, preferably oral as topical irritate me. Expenses to consider.  I also need regular dentals under anesthesia about every 18 months. 
 
I can be nippy with strangers especially men. Strangers scare me and always want to pick me up because I’m so cute. I do not like children at all. Especially, kids under high school age. They’re loud and unpredictable.  
 
My foster Dad says to tell you I’m up to date on vaccines, just had my teeth cleaned in April, and am up to date on heartworm and flea prevention.  
 
If you’re interested in meeting me please contact my foster dad at:
Email:
boing73 at gmail dot com
Put my name in the subject. 
 
Or you can text him at:
215-200-1075
I’m very anxious to meet my new person!





August 5th, 2019

*THIS DOG IS NOT BEING RE-HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT. THIS IS A COURTESY POST ONLY; PLEASE CONTACT BEVERLY AT 360-609-8288 FOR MORE DETAILS*

Hi there! I’m Pippie, a sweet 9-year-old Chihuahua-mix. I am 100% lap-dog and my favorite thing is cuddling up in or next to one. If you like to have a relaxing evening in front of your TV I’m just the dog to enjoy it with you! Although I’m content to be a couch potato I LOVE my walks too, and will get very excited when I see my leash. I’m a little older, so longer walks/more strenuous activities will require a back-up mode of transport (small backpacks work well and I’ve enjoyed adventuring around in them!), but I do well on neighborhood walks and walks around the dog park. I’m fine with other pets but would do best in a home with older dogs/dogs who are very mellow. I don’t like other animals invading my personal space too much but will get used to any other pets in the home over time (including cats). Although I’ve never been aggressive or bitten I can get defensive if larger animals are overly-curious.

I’d do best in a home with a set routine, as I am special needs. I am diabetic and require 2 injections per day, after I’ve eaten breakfast and dinner. I’m also on a special prescription diet (although other prescription diets will work, as long as they are for diabetes control). I may also need glucose testing occasionally. Although I’m older, aside from my diabetes I’m a happy healthy girl! I can handle everyday obstacles like stairs and jumping up into your lap just fine, and I’ve kept my zest for life as I’ve gotten older! I am also spayed and up to date on shots. If you would like to adopt me, please contact Beverly at 360-609-8288 or scoggin7639@comcast.net






July 20th, 2018

-THIS DOG IS NOT BEING RE-HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT. THIS IS A COURTESY POST ONLY; PLEASE CONTACT EFFY AT 971-322-6910 FOR MORE DETAILS.-

Breed: Chow Chow Mix

Age: 7-8 years old

Weight: 85lbs

Energy Level: He’s not an athlete… He loves walks, usually 1-2 a day, he doesn’t know how to play with toys or anything, but he can wrestle! He’s really just happy to spend the day chewing bones and napping, and sitting in the grass (in a well-fenced yard!) to watch the day go by.

His perfect home: No Cats, No Small Animals, No Kids. Low traffic, adult-only home. Fenced yard. A chill suburb or rural home would be great, he doesn’t do well with busy city sounds. There’s no need for dog parks or tons of exciting car-ride adventures (though he’s gone camping before & enjoyed napping in the woods on leash). The more routine & laid back his life is, the better. He does great with structure and predictable day-to-day life. Maybe if someone is retired or works from home? He shouldn’t be alone for more than 5-6 hours.

He could be okay with one other dog in the family, like a laid-back female dog or an especially laid-back, older male dog. He’s made a couple casual dog friends before, and when he got to know them, he began watching them to learn how to be a dog! (He’s really like a very big cat!)

He’s shy with people at first, needs proper introductions with everyone, and lots of space to retreat to until he feels comfortable. Once he knows you & loves you thought, he is so sweet and loves to lay down next to you and cuddle. He’s incredibly loving with his people.

Doesn’t have accidents in the house.
Doesn’t dig holes or jump fences (he can’t really jump, he’s a little top-heavy).

He’s so smart! He learns quickly. Lots of repetition in his routine would bring out his really good manners!  Not a very vocal dog at all, he rarely barks, even when he’s nervous or alarmed.  We’ve been working on him being crate trained! He’ll eat his meals in the crate and will go in willingly if you have hot dogs.    He has a couple dietary needs (no beef, no poultry, high quality kibble or raw diet would be ideal, loves fish). If interested, please contact Effy at 971-322-6910 or willwork4paws@gmail.com






June 30th, 2018
-THIS DOG IS NOT BEING RE-HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT. THIS IS A COURTESY POST ONLY; PLEASE CONTACT HAYDEN DIRECTLY AT 916-205-4072
Hi! My name is Quinn. I’m a fixed 2 year old Border Collie. If you want a loving dog, I am it! I think nothing is better than playing fetch and getting belly rubs (besides maybe my favorite treat, red cabbage). I can take some time to warm up to strangers, but after that, we’ll be friends forever. I need a lot of physical activity and would do best in a home with lots of room and land to run around. I suffer from anxiety and would do best with an owner that has experience with doggie anxiety and that can be consistent with life. I would be better off in a home without children or cats. If you think that you could provide me a loving, forever home, then I would love to meet you.   Please call Hayden at 916-205-4072 for more details.





May 15th, 2018

*THIS DOG IS NOT BEING RE-HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT. THIS IS A COURTESY POST ONLY, PLEASE CONTACT DEBBIE AT THE NUMBER BELOW FOR MORE DETAILS.*

Jojo is a 10 year old short hair, 14 lb. Red colored doxie. He is neutered and up to date on his shots and flea prevention. He has an allergy to some shots, but is otherwise a happy healthy senior! He gets along well with other dogs and kids but has not been around cats. Jojo is house trained, travels well in the car, and is leash trained with a harness. He knows basic commands but tends to bark, so with some training he should do better. He has a very sweet personality but like most dachshunds can be a bit stubborn. Jojo loves to snuggle and has been excellent with the family’s young kids. If you can give this loving cuddly senior a new forever home please contact his current caretaker, Debbie, directly at  (360) 431-7434.






May 15th, 2018

*THIS DOG IS NOT BEING RE-HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT. THIS IS A COURTESY POST ONLY; PLEASE CONTACT CANDACE AT THE NUMBER BELOW FOR MORE INFO*

Sadie is a 9 year old short hair, 11 lb. Black colored doxie. Sadie is up to date on her shots but is not spayed. She has greatly improved from a paralyzed hind end (Hind Limb Paresis-Cord Lesion). She can walk, but its a bit of an awkward walk. She requires her urine to be expressed by her owner, and needs to be let outside often to avoid accidents. Her current owner has had good luck with doggie diapers but it needs to be strapped on tight or she will wiggle right out of it. Sadie is good with kids but should not be in a home with other dogs/cats. She travels well in the car, is leash trained and knows basic commands. She loves to cuddle with you under the blanket and take naps in her doggie bed. She enjoys short walks but you will need to go slow and at her own pace. She really likes to cuddle with you, have her tummy rubbed and give you lots of kisses! This special senior needs a lot of TLC, patience and understanding, but she still has a lot of love to give! Please contact her current owner Candace at  (503) 789-1306.







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