May 21st, 2019

Hello! My name is Dulce and as my name implies, I am super sweet! I am a 4 year old Terrier mix weighing in at around 9lbs. Though I can be a tad shy at first, one meet with me and you can see that I am quick to bond and love my people very much. I am very much a snuggle muffin! My foster mom says that I can be energetic when I ready to play, am very treat motivated, and love to be picked up and held. Though I do ok with her older mellow pups, my biggest desire is to have your attention all to myself. I do like to chase after squeaky toys for a bit, but then it’s back to cuddling on couch! Adorable, sassy and hilarious, add a little sweetness to your life today! Fill out an application, so we can set up a meet. I come to you spayed, vaccinated, and micro-chipped with an adoption fee of $350.






May 12th, 2019

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

Hello! I’m so excited to see you! My name is Cody. I just turned 11 years old and my mom says I’m a border collie and lab mix, whatever that means. Don’t let my old age fool you though, I am still full of energy, I love to run, use my voice and chase all the squirrels out of the yard. I do get tired a lot faster though! When I’m at home, I like to hang out with my dog-brother, make sure all my humans are accounted for, and keep tabs on my bones. I’ll run after the ball, but don’t expect me to bring it back! I don’t have a lot of fun on walks (those other dogs make me anxious and a bit reactive) and I would prefer to live out my retirement in a house with a nice, fenced yard. Speaking of anxiety, I do take some meds and my mom provides me with good structure and consistency that helps a lot too. Nobody’s perfect though, right?

Back to my ideal retirement. I think older kids are cool, but even cooler would be to have an older dog-brother or dog-sister. Under one condition though, I really only like smaller dogs that aren’t going to try to compete with me and steal my bones (don’t even think about giving me a cat). If it’s just humans living in your house, that’s okay too, but I hope they’ll be home a lot because I am used to having company. My mom wants you to know that I’m super healthy, neutered, microchipped and up to date on all my vaccinations. But remember that I do take those anxiety meds and I am getting older. She also said that I’m a very good boy and it makes her really sad that I need a new home. She’s moving out of the country and can’t take me along. Thanks for reading about me – I hope we can meet soon! – Cody

Please contact Madison at mshampine22@gmail.com or 971-352-1624.






May 10th, 2019

-THIS DOG IS NOT BEING RE-HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT. THIS IS A COURTESY POST ONLY; PLEASE CONTACT JENNA AT wonblumoon@hotmail.com FOR MORE INFO-

Everyone meet Amie!! Amie is a 9 year old miniature poodle, she weighs 15 pounds but is a bit over weight so she should be more around 12 pounds. Her elderly family could no longer take care of her so I offered to take her for them and find her a family. She is a very sweet girl and gets attached really quick. With that I think she would do best in a home where she’s not left alone for long periods of time. She also gets nervous when people/things move at her really quick so a calmer household would probably suit her best. I own a groom shop and take her to work with me everyday and never has had any issues with any dogs, all shapes and sizes. She has also completely ignored my cats so she does well with those too. She is house broke and very good on a leash. She would make someone a very good companion. If interested, please email Jenna at wonblumoon@hotmail.com for more information. 






May 9th, 2019

–THIS IS A COURTESY POSTING; THIS DOG IS NOT BEING HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT. FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT BAWSE, PLEASE CONTACT CARRIE AT THE PHONE/EMAIL BELOW–

Hi, my name is Bawse!  I’m a well cared for 15-year-old Shi Tzu Lhasa Apso mix.  I love naps and my ‘lambie’ (chew toy). I’m on the older side but don’t let that fool you, I still like to play a few times a day and go for walks.  If there’s no one to walk me I love playing and sniffing around in a fenced yard. I can go up to 8 hrs at home alone. I probably wouldn’t fit very well in a house with young children who like to run and play wrestle, I feel anxious when I see my people ‘getting attacked’.  I will bark but that is as aggressive as I ever get. A few years ago I had bladder stones so now I eat special food that keeps my insides healthy. Don’t worry, I’ll bring some with me!  My favorite thing to do in the whole world (besides eat peanut butter) is to find a warm lap to cuddle up on, or sidle up next to, and go to sleep. My vaccinations are up to date and when I was at the vet last month he said I was in exceedingly good health for a dog my age!  I am happy to sleep with you at night, although I’ve been told that sometimes I breathe ‘loudly’ so I can also sleep in another room.

My adoption comes with no fees, just lots of cuddles!  I’ll come with my leash, bed and blankets, ‘Lambie’, some extra food and flea meds.  Call Carrie at 503-957-7452 (or email at cyou1979@gmail.com) and she’ll make sure we can meet fur-real.”






May 1st, 2019

–THIS CAT IS NOT BEHING HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT; THIS IS A COURTESY POSTING. FOR MORE INFORMATION ON BOO-BOO, PLEASE CONTACT MIKE AT THE PHONE/EMAIL BELOW–

We’ve had Boo-Boo for 6 years, since he was a kitten. He’s very quiet and mellow, sweet and affectionate. He can be a little shy with strangers, but give him a few minutes and he’ll be in your lap, purring away. He loves people, and will curl up and sleep next to you on the couch or sit on your desk watching you work. Although Boo-Boo’s just a furry little lump, he does love to play fetch with his toy mousey. Honest – when he’s ready to play, he’ll bring his little mouse to you, drop it at your feet, and cry until you throw it. He’ll run after it and bring it back to you, begging for more! He also loves to play with a feather tied to a string. Drag it along and he’ll chase it around. But what Boo-Boo loves most is to be pet, especially tummy rubs.Boo-Boo is an indoor-only cat and is box trained. He’s a perfect gentleman – he’s never, ever had an accident indoors. He uses his scratching post and not the furniture, and he will let you trim his claws. He’s been neutered and chipped and has had excellent veterinary care his whole life. His one health issue is his delicate stomach, so the vet has us feed him Science Diet d/d and give him a half a prednisone crushed into his food every other day. Happily, he’s not a fussy eater and will gobble up his food, even if the pill is crushed into it.Boo-Boo’s looking for a fairly quiet home with no other pets. Older children would probably be fine (although we don’t have children so he hasn’t been around many).

To make an appointment to meet Boo-Boo, please email Mike at cdw@DoolinGuitars.com or phone (503)688-3376.






May 1st, 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 BELOW FOR MORE DETAILS.-

Ernie is a 3.5 year old, long hair black & red, 17 lb doxie. He is neutered but needs to get up to date on vaccines. He is leash & house trained, knows basic commands, and travels well in the car. He gets along with other dogs, but may be a bit shy/skittish with new dogs until he gets to know them. He does well with older kids but has not been around cats. He is currently on a grain-free diet and should continue to be grain-free in his new home. He loves walks and playing fetch. Also loves opening Christmas presents! If you can give this sweet young lad a loving forever home please contact his current owner directly. 

Unfortunately, ODR, Inc. is over-full and cannot take this little Doxie in. If you or anyone you know can help, please share this email or contact their current caretaker, Danielle at: (971) 8649171. OR E-mail: daniellebisbeelee@yandex.com






April 25th, 2019

— THIS CAT IS NOT BEING HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT; THIS IS A COURTESY POSTING. FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT KONA, PLEASE CONTACT HIS OWNER AT THE PHONE/EMAIL BELOW–

Please help us find this sweet Snowshoe boy a new home. After adopting Kona from a family friend who was undergoing some medical complications, we have discovered after several tests that my daughter is highly allergic to cats. We are overly devastated for he is easy to love and has become part of our family.  Indoor-only cat and is neutered. Updated on all vaccines, recent vet visit in October 2018. He allows you to clip his nails, I can usually do it by myself. He still plays like a teenager, and loves his mouse toy with cat nip of course. Loves his cat scratcher and we had never had an issue with him scratching at furniture.  Uses the cat box appropriately and hasn’t had accidents in the house.  Loves looking out the windows for birds and squirrels.  Loves water, we let him play with lightly running faucet water, also drinks water out of large bowl… he loves fresh water.. Gets along with dogs and cats. We have a dog, they have a great and hilarious relationship Kona just needs proper introduction.  I suggest kids over 7 years, he gives love nibbles ( doesn’t hurt ) Huge snuggler…major love bug.  He’s not a huge talker but he will talk…and the sweetest softest meows. The only con I honestly have is his occasional cough up fur balls/ his diet was changed and noted it has decreased!!  We had Kona for almost a year but we’ve known Kona for over 8 years.  Kona is 9 years young. 

Please call or text 503-704-8108 or e-mail: pupepause@hotmail.com for more information.






April 16th, 2019

Master chocolatier Jin Caldwell and pastry chef Kyurim Lee bring their incredible talents from Las Vegas to Portland with their new shop, JinJu Patisserie!

We’re so excited to partner with them for their Grand Opening (April 15th-20th), where they’ll be donating 30% of their revenue to the cats and dogs at Pixie!







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