Head and eye shape, featuring “large cupped ears, heavy bushy brows (that give a sleepy look), fleshy nose leather, large fleshy and fuzzy chin, the (eye) shape is a soft triangle” Carol Ann Brewer, Founder.
The In-Correct Pixiebob A. Eyes too ROUND and set too high on head, creating short forehead. Ears too small and “flowing” onto head at inside base, instead of attaching as though ‘stuck on’. B. SAD eyes, sloping downward at outside. Ears too TALL. C. Narrow face. Muzzle too long, narrow and pinched. Chin shallow, creating a ‘duck bill’ appearance. D. Muzzle too short. Shallow chin. Lack of foreface. Too much distance between nose leather and top of lip—unable to “smile”.
Cute boy with an adorable bobtail. “Marquee” has short hair and is non-poly. Ready for his new home beginning/mid-February.
“Montegue” is looking for a ‘furever’ home as a pampered pet. Curious boy! Short hair, non-poly and with a short tail that will be about 6” when full grown. Ready beginning/mid-February.