Meet My Dog: Trixie Who Lives In Georgia
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Meet My Dog: Trixie Who Lives In Georgia

My dear Trixie..

Meet My Dog: Trixie Who Lives In Georgia
IG: @MaggieKooi

Trixie Kooi is a wild dog let me tell you. But she knows what she wants. She's not afraid to go and make her mark on the world.

About Trixie:

  • Age: 13 (if I am doing my math right)
  • Weight: She's a little fluffy at the moment
  • Where they were born: ATL pet rescue
  • Favorite food: Her Walmart food (yes she's boujee like that)
  • Current location: Georgia
  • Nicknames: Trix, Puckles
  • Best friend: Pedro
  • Favorite toy: All of her squeaky toys

5 Random Facts About Trixie:

1. She loves cozy blankets!

2. Barking is her favorite hobby!

3. She loves taking walks, as old as she is.

4. She likes to eat random things sometimes lol.

5. She likes to invade your personal space at times.

3 Places They Love To Go With Their Human:

1. The park

2. To Michigan to see family

3. Neighborhood walks

The Best Pictures Of Trixie Ever Taken

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The Best Video Of Trixie Ever Taken:


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