Wyatt, Mr. September 2009

Central Texas Dachshund Rescue
Calendar Model!

Pet Passions: Playing, running around, and the squeaky ball.

Pet Peeves: Not getting chased enough!

Breed: Dachshund

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Wyatt’s CTDR Story On Calendar: Wyatt landed in Central Texas Dachshund Rescue in 2008 after living on the streets of Fort Worth. He was scared, skinny, and starved for affection. Today he has gained weight, developed muscle, and feels confident, safe, and secure. His foster parents have given him  extra lovin’ and report that he’s the happiest boy they have ever seen! He can entertain himself for hours with a squeaky ball or one of his toys, throwing them up in the air, off the couch, or across the room. He loves to razzle dazzle!

More: Wyatt was our foster dog. He lived with us for many months and we were so happy to have him in our lives. He is a real joy! We are happy to report that Wyatt has been adopted! He found a fantastic forever family, and even has a dachshund sister now!

Wyatt used to love to hang with Allan at his desk in the morning. He can get very comfortable in a lap if given the opportunity! Here are a couple of shots I got one morning.

Note: Check back to see Wyatt’s video coming soon!


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2,752 Responses to Wyatt, Mr. September 2009

  1. Dan December 12, 2008 at 1:40 pm #

    I was lucky enough to be the one who picked up Wyatt from the shelter. He was WAY underweight, but he was alert and active. I’ve got a few years experience in the show ring, and I took one look at him and said, “This guy is BEAUTIFUL! He should have been in the ring collecting his championship!” I’m SO glad to see him filled out and happy to know he’s in a loving home.
    Oh, yes. One more thing. He looked like he’d be a “take charge” kind of dog and would always come out on top, so I named him for one of my western heroes – Wyatt Earp.

  2. Verysupercool Sue December 13, 2008 at 4:03 pm #

    Great name choice Dan! I’ve never known a dog named Wyatt before, but it really fits him. He’s all personality and charm if you ask me. Sounds like Wyatt managed to touch the hearts of a few volunteers along the way.

    Honestly, it’s been impossible not to fall in love with each and every foster we’ve had. But Allan and I fell hard for Wyatt.

  3. Allan December 17, 2008 at 2:18 pm #

    Wyatt was Sue’s and my foster for six very sweet months. I was in love with that little guy. He was so entertaining how he played with the squeaky ball by himself if we would not throw it for him. Every night when I would put him to bed in his crate he would nuzzle that long nose under my chin for several minutes and I could feel him go completely limp because he did have to worry about that blue ball till morning.

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