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You Dont Wanna Miss Out on this Rare Stunning Chorkie Baby Girl

Pixie
Mansfield, TX 76063
United States
Category
Listing Status
For Sale
Pet's Name
Pixie
Price
$1,500
Negotiable?
No
Breed
Chorkie
Gender
Female
Born On
1/29/2021
Color
Blue Merle
Very Rare and Unique Blue Merle Chorkie

Lil' Pixie is, sure to steal your heart! She is a gorgeous hybrid of Yorkie and Long Haired Chihuahua.

Just darling and waiting to bring joy, to her forever home. She is a soft, fluffy ball of fur ,with her very beautiful, plush, Blue Merle coat. Lil' Pixie is, long haired, So cute!

Her pictures do not do her justice! I am not a good photographer, but she is a perfect beauty.The white parts of her coat are actually BLUE. For some reason, when I took her pictures that doesnt show.

Lily's Pixie's personality matches her stunning look. Packed full of personality. Affectionate and smart, eager to give puppy kisses and is always interested in a tummy rub. Too cute for words.
Raised in my loving home, she comes to you, pre-spoiled and has been well socialized.
She is doing great with puppy pad train.
Up to date on shots, deworming and flea treatment.Records will be provided.
Pixie comes with an extensive puppy starter kit, leaving very little that, her new family needs to provide.
Both parents are AKC.
For more information, please call 469-305-0020. Shipping may be possible and I am willing to travel around Texas for delivery. Additional fees may apply.
Discipline
Lovable
Will Require Training
Requires Potty Training
Very Docile
Breed is Highly Trainable
Handicapped Helper
Other Features
Loves to Nap
Dog Friendly
Good For Novice Owners
Adapts Well To Apartment Living
Very Convincing
Smart
Cuddles on Lap
Easy To Groom
Curious
Affectionate With Family
A Family Joy
Playful
Loves to Kiss
Easy to Train
Small Size
Small Appetite
Low Energy
Generally Quiet
Low Shed
Needs Little Exercise
Can Fit in Purse
No Shed
Good General Health
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