Lost Vixen is a neutered male Weimaraner born June 22, 2013
and last adopted January 1, 2016.
He is 6 years and 5 months old.
Welcome Home Vixen!
Vixen is crazy. He is a farm boy. He also loves the cold, so if I switch his scene occasionally, it is because he just needs a change of scenery. Wow! He is the most amazing puppy ever. He is sleek and sweet and adorable. He loves to lay down and have his belly rubbed. He has a fear of abandonment so I try to visit him and reassure him of how much I love him everyday. He is so sweet and loving, I can’t imagine what I would do without him. He is a goober, but he is my goober. He loves to mess with me and try to trip me. He is just too funny. He loves to bite my ankles really softly, I dont know why, but it makes me laugh so much. He loves it when I scratch behind his ears. He also loves loves loves to get treats and catch the frisbee. He misses a lot, but I am teaching him. He is my baby and he is never never never for sale. So dont even ask.
How I got Vixen:
This is a very long story, but I will condense it as best as I can. I entered Raven’s Good Karma Rehoming. There were over 30 pets. And 5 rounds. You picked your top pet from each round and then an overall pet. Vixen was my overall pet from the beginning. I think 32 people were in this rehoming in total. It was crazy. I never thought I would advance past the first round, which I would’ve been fine with. Then I realize I made it to the 4th round! It was crazy. Vixen was so close! He was almost in my grasp I was so excited. There were a few complications along the way. Raven got hacked and the pets went everywhere. It was awful. But She kept going, which was very admirable. I went on the rehoming thread and I was so elated to see that I had won my baby boy Vixen. The rehoming was so much fun! I did good deeds, and I learned about the importance of Karma, and I got to bring home this beautiful, amazing boy. I couldnt be happier. I love him so so so much. He is truly a gift.
How Vixen Got His Name:
I was totally going to change his name. NOT that Vixen isn’t an adorable name, but part of how I bond with pets is by changing their name. I mean, it sort of establishes Hey this pet is mine now. I can change their name because they are mine. And I’ve given him this name so he is mine forever But for months I referred to him as Vixen. I called him Vixen. He was Vixen. He couldnt just STOP being Vixen. So I kept his name, because it represents who he is and the hardwork and determination it took to bring him home. He is my Vixen and he is my baby.
About Vixen’s Scene:
Like I said before, Vixen is a farm dog. He loves all kinds of livestock and farm stuff. He loves to go into his barn and play with his horse and cow friends. He loves to roll around in the hay and chase the chickens. He absolutely loves to jump on the tractor and bite on the tractor tires. He is a crazy dog. His best friend is either the barn owl or the pigs. He just loves the pigs. He loves to roll around in the mud with them or sleep with them all day. He eats their food half the time. I dont know why he likes that gross stuff more than the dog food I give him. he is a truly strange pup. But he is my strange puppy. He loves to talk to the wise owl. The owl loves him, but he laughs at Vixen’s silly antics. Vixen is an amazing pup so I had to give him an amaaaazing scene