Thursday, October 22, 2015

Falcor


Some of you may not know that along with rats I also have a dog named Falcor. *Yes named after Falcor in The Never Ending Story* We got him last year when he was 6 months old. We rescued him from a lady who no longer wanted him/couldn't handle him and had kept him in the dog run in the apartment all the time. 


He's finally settled down a bit, he's still a bit hyper and he still cowers if we get loud and I think he used to get yelled at a lot and maybe even hit by the way he acts. But he's so much more at ease with us now than he was when we first got him. And he's definitely daddy's boy. Always wants to be next to Ken. 


He was always trying to lay on the dirty laundry over in the corner and even started pulling out dirty socks to lay on. lol He's a small dog, only about 10 lbs and is a Chihuahua/Jack Russel Terrier mix. 



So Ken gave him a dirty pair of sweat pants and a dirty shirt he could have to lay on in his bed. lol I think he approves. 


He's a silly mutt but I'm glad we've got him. 

29 comments:

  1. He's a cutie. I'm glad he's settling in to his new forever home. We adopted our dog too. She was dumped with her brothers and sisters and was the only one that survived in the litter. Also a Jack Russell cross. They're such great company and give so much unconditional love.

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    1. Thank you. That's awful that your little pup was dumped like that and he was the only survivor. I just don't understand people sometimes.

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  2. Awe and I love that you named him Falcor from the Never Ending story. He is adorable.

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    1. Thank you. He is a character for sure.

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  3. Glad he is at ease now and having fun, dirty laundry quirks and all lol

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    1. lol Yeah he has a strange quirk for sure.

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  4. Glad he's adjusting!

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  5. Watch his eyes closely as he gets older. Jack Russells are prone to getting cataracts. Mine who is mostly JR got hers when she was about three

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    1. Thanks for the info, I didn't know that. We'll keep an eye on that.

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  6. So happy he is adjusting well.

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  7. adorable baby in very good hands now. :)

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    1. Yes, he's such a happy dog.

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  8. Lucky dog! He's in a great home :)

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    1. Thank you. He's a happy pup now.

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  9. Falcor is adorable and I think it's awesome you rescued him. I am glad for Falcor that he has you and that he is doing better than when you first got him. That picture where he is lying on the dirty shirts is adorable.

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    1. Thanks. He's such a little goof. I've taught him, sit, no, and get it. If I say get it he goes and gets a toy.

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  10. Your dirty laundry smells more like you and it probably comforts him while he sleeps. I love that you guys have such big hearts for your critters.

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    1. aww thanks. He does love the dirty laundry so that must be it.

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  11. So cute, so cute! I'm glad yall got him too :D

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    1. Thanks:) This is the first dog I've had as an adult and he's a little sweetheart.

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  12. He's such a cutie and looks like a proper characters. He must be great fun to have around. I'd be lost without my pup.

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