Our thoughts go out to Charles and Lorry Trice on the death of Malcolm, their beloved 13 year old Mixed Breed dog. Malcolm was a deeply special dog, rescued by the SPCA from running around the streets of Baltimore. Unfortunately it being a kill shelter, it was Malcolm's last day. Fallston Animal Rescue Movement (FARM) came to the literal rescue of poor Malcolm again! There he met his canine sister Hilda and spent a short two weeks before the Trice's came and adopted the both of them November of 2008. They were bonded from being at the FARM from day 1 so they knew it was meant to be. Malcolm lived up to every bit of his bio description from the FARM; Big, Happy, Clumsy Guy..and he was, and perfect for the Trice's furever family. Malcolm was truly a gentle giant, he loved everyone and everyone loved him right back! He would lean on everyone's legs, but not next to them, in front so you were stuck with him! Malcolm put everyone at ease, even those who didn't like dogs..he had his way! His favorite activity was to ride in the car, didn't care for treats or toys but if anyone was going in that car, there he was. Malcolm was 100% their sidekick, anywhere and everywhere, a very good one at that because you could just tell he woke up every single day thinking 'this will be the best day ever'! Malcolm was easily identified because he had some dental issues..an adorable snaggle tooth and in his elder years he had lost so many teeth his tongue would slip out from time to time. He slept with Lorry and Charles until he could no longer get up on the bed but then had his pick of spots to sleep (he had beds on every floor). Malcolm's dear soul and wonderful companionship will be greatly missed by all that knew him. Rescued by the Thrice's but in reality, Malcolm rescued them. Rest easy sweet boy.
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