When Good Mi-kis Go Bad

IMG_3741Our fans look forward to our weekly updates of puppy photos of our “perfect” little angels.

DO NOT BE FOOLED.

Mi-kis are vicious beasts. They may be under two pounds, but they are fierce. And fast. Here is the proof.

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Say goodbye to your precious petunias…

IMG_3521IMG_3532Mi-ki puppies attack!!

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You may see the attack coming

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and try to stop it

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but it is futile…

You can run, but you can’t hide!

 

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They’ll steal your things before you realize they’re gone!

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They’ll take on other wild beasts three times their size!IMG_3518IMG_3514

But overall, they’ll still put their best side forward… sort of.

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Mi-kis might just be a little bit crazy. But we love them just the same!

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2 thoughts on “When Good Mi-kis Go Bad

  1. Judy says:

    Hi Mary, your Mi-ki’s are adorable! I just put a deposit on my second one. I have a chocolate & white male, he turned 1 in September. He is the love of my life! What’s your opinion on adding another Mi-Ki to my home? My Mi-Ki loves all people and animals. But do you think there will be any jealousy problems? By the way, I love your little commercials on baxterboo.com. I truly enjoy them.

    • royaltmikis says:

      Usually Mi-kis are happy to have another dog around, including another Mi-ki. If you add a Mi-k to your householdi, it would probably be better to add a female since sometimes males will compete with each other. Thanks for the compliments!

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