Labrador Retriever/Alaskan Husky
Picture of Falcore, a male Labrador Retriever/Alaskan Husky

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Home:Cleveland, OH  
Age: 23 Years   Sex: Male   Weight: 26-50 lbs

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Button head, Little dog

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

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Quick Bio:
-dog rescue

Chasing his tail and chasing his kittie sisters.

The little kids that used to live next door.

Favorite Toy:
Dirty socks and underware.

Favorite Food:
Dirty socks and underware.

Favorite Walk:
Any time he sneeks out off the leach.

Best Tricks:
Chasing his tail (this makes the grandchildren laugh), and his sit button on his head.

Arrival Story:
One afternoon, just after my son got out of 7th grade, he called from a friends house to say he would be later that expected. When questioned as to why, he said "because I have to walk my bike home" , (he was notorious for wrecking bikes). I asked him what he hit with his bike this time and he said he hadn't wrecked his bike, he had his hands full trying to carry a puppy! He came home with the cutiest little yellow lab/husky mix of about 8 weeks of age. He told us that his friends next door neighbor had the puppy and it was being abused. The pup appeared to be in good health, but a visit to the vet was certainly in order. When the vet saw him, he said that the worst abuse this pup had seen, was being given too much love and attention! (The abuse story, of course, was a ruse on my son's part, to talk his father and me into letting him keep the dog for a few days, until WE became attached. Well, as you can see, 14 plus years later, Falcore is still with us and loved very much.

If anyone has ever seen the movie, "The Neverending Story", the dragon/dog hero of the story is named "Falcore". This is my son's all time favorite movie, and his new pup had the exact same face as the dragon/dog in that movie. That is how he came by the name Falcore. He is mostly yellow, as you can see from his photo, but has a small light brown spot on the very center of his head, between his ears. When he was little, we used to tap our finger on this spot when we would give him a command. He soon learned to sit and stay, simply by pushing his "button".

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