Border Collie
Picture of Dixie "REMEMBERED FOREVER!", a female Border Collie

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Sex: Female   Weight: 26-50 lbs

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Trixie, Sparky, Frosty & Spoiled

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

Quick Bio:

July 4th 1996

Chasing squirrels, playing in the snow, going for rides, and chasing water out of a sprinkler or a hose.

Flies and the mailman

Favorite Toy:
Squeeky plane toy

Favorite Food:
Pigs ears

Favorite Walk:
Any park where the squirrels hang out

Best Tricks:
Gets the paper, waves, rolls over, gets Daddy, etc.

Arrival Story:
Dixie was chosen for her one floppy ear she had when she was a puppy. She was the most lovable .

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The K-9 Cafe

I've Been On Dogster Since:
March 8th 2004 More than 12 years!

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At the park.

August 8th 2005 11:35 am
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Friday we took Dixie's ashes to Wildwood Park. This was her favorite park. Trixie joined us for our last farewell. I hope she will love the park as much as Dixie. Wildwood will never be the same, especially the beautiful area around the creek. We miss her so!


The hardest day

July 7th 2005 6:27 am
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Dixie couldn't fight off her infection. Her red blood cell count dropped last night and we had to make the hardest decision ever. She is in doggie heaven now chasing squirrels and playing with water hoses. Dixie will be missed by all who knew her. This house is not the same without her. What a great dog! Smart, Loving & beautiful. Good night Dixie.


Poor Dixie

July 6th 2005 1:00 pm
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Dixie was chasing a squirrel yesterday and her legs fell out from underneath her. We were checking her out and noticed her gums were all white. She had been weak for a day or two but we thought she was stressed out from the 4th of July festivities.

If you ever notice white gums on your pet go to the vet immediately! Dixie has Immune Medated Hemolytic Anemia. Her immune system is killing off her red blood cells. She is on medication which hopefully does the trick. If not, she may need a blood transfusion.

Please say a prayer for Dixie. She is such a sweetie and is part of our family.

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