Likes: Playing Tug a War with her Pal Rosie! Hording any and all toys and chews. Just look in her bed, or Mama's bed.
Pet-Peeves: Not Eating people food.
Favorite Toy: Bobo.
Favorite Food: People and Cat Food.
Favorite Walk: Neighborhood.
Best Tricks: Stand up on her hind legs for treats.
Arrival Story: I was at a drive thru when someone aproached me and asked me if I like Miniture Pinchers, since I had a bumper sticker on my car that says I love Mini Pins. As we talked, this woman was trying to find a home for a dog they had. Her husband was very abusive to it, would beat Roxie with a belt, and throw her and kick her. I told them to bring her over to see if she got along with my other dogs. She brought her over later, crate and all and drove away.
Bio: After Roxie came to my house she was very timid, and afraid. She would cling to me, sit on my lap. It took a few years for her to totally settled down. No one can come in our house with a baseball cap on, if they do she will bark like crazy, like it is a reminder of something. We have found any loud voices, or if you have something in your hand she cowards. So it has taken alot of time and patience with her.
Roxie made her journey to the bridge on May 10, 2016, I miss you so much baby girl.
Roxie is now a very happy and adjusted dog. Still certain things will trigger her fears, but all in all she is doing much better. We love her to pieces.
When the folks dropped her off they said she was a Miniture Pincher. However when I took her to obeidence training, I found out she was a Manchester Terrier. I knew she wasn't full Mini Pin, but wasn't sure what breed she was, until the trainer said she look full blood Manchester Terrier.
Thank you for your prayers and POP! I am starting to feel a little better. Mama was releived that I ate this morning. She hasn't seen me drink anything yet. But I do have energy, which is good. She is keeping a close eye on me still.