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Guide To Australian Shepherd Training & Care
Guide To Australian Shepherd Training and Care

A Little Pixie Dust

by Heather Kokin
(Merritt Island, FL, USA)

Helping Mom with the laundry

Helping Mom with the laundry

Helping Mom with the laundry
My Pixie girl
Pixie and her sister Sweetie
Crazy ears

My sweet little Pixie was diagnosed at 8 weeks with mega esophagus and had to under go heart surgery to remove a part of her right ventricle that had grown over her esophagus. Today she is almost 16 weeks and is a happy Aussie puppy. You would never know she has been through so much.

Pixie 🧚‍♂️ is a funny loving part of our family that we could not be without. Pixie and her big Aussie sister Sweetie love to herd each other and run around the house and yard.

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beautiful little family you have there!
by: Dave and Molly

Thanks for sharing, glad little Pixie Dust is doing fine after surgery.

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