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MY FAVORITE QUOTE: It is common method to take a method and try it. If it fails, admit it frankly and try another. But above all try something. ~Franklin D. Roosevelt
MY FAVORITE COLORS: Purple & Grey
MY FIRST PET: A keeshond dog named Keisha. She was not very nice to other people, but we had an understanding and bond. She came to us as a rescue, but was a beautiful purebred ex-show dog that fell on hard times.
WHAT I WOULD TELL MY YOUNGER SELF: Keep rocking what you do, it will work out better than you expect. Don’t stop listening to the advice of everyone around you, but be particular about who’s you choose to follow.
WHAT AN OLDER ME MIGHT TELL ME TODAY: Take more days off and stop going to bed so late. Thank you for wearing sunscreen. 😉
THREE THINGS PEOPLE DON’T KNOW ABOUT ME: 1) I’ve helped to rescue over 500 animals from dogs to livestock to birds and aquatics. 2) I’m not very outgoing with new people, usually. 3) I have worked in dog behavioral assistance for years. In my experience I’ve come to realize if I were a dog I would definitely be a bully breed. I am entirely too stubborn to be one of the average all american breeds.
(Written by a close friend) Nikki is always eager to learn new and better ways to help pets around her community. Nikki grew up in foster care and needed to conquer many obstacles during her childhood years. She accomplished many of her life goals at a young age and has always strived for more. Never one to settle for ‘good enough’– Nikki carefully studied the techniques of the pet industry, and sought out to improve the everyday lives of animals throughout her community. Nikki has worked in almost every aspect of the pet industry– and is always looking for more ways to learn, help and give back. Her attention to detail with each client and pet has helped Nikki mold Moxie’s into one of the leading pet service companies in Washington. Always striving for perfection and wanting to help is a way of life for her and highly visible in Moxie’s daily work with pets.