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In shelter Dog

Garden City, MI, 48135
Pet name:
Pit Bull Terrier
White / Cream
Coat length:
Trixie is a 5 year old terrier mix and came into rescue while pregnant. She has weaned her puppy, completed her vetting and spay, and is ready to find her new best friend!
Trixie is a devoted and affectionate buddy! In her free time, Trixie enjoys the zoomies in a fenced-in backyard, going for walks, eating treats, and playing with her toys. Trixie gets along with other dogs, but requires a slow and supervised introduction. Trixie will chase cats, but can be redirected – she would be best in a home with no cats, or confident, dog-savvy cats. Trixie lives with and does well with older children, but younger children under age 5 might accidentally frighten her. She is crate trained, housebroken, and knows basic commands. Trixie was mistreated by the people in her past and can be quite shy at first meeting. Don’t take this personally, and your patience will pay off! It took several days of time to herself for Trixie to decompress and start interacting with her foster family. Once she was comfortable and learned to trust, Trixie quickly bonded with her foster mom. If you are looking for your ride-or-die, Trixie is the best friend you need!
Fill out an application to adopt Trixie:


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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