Tag Archives: dog loyalty

Saturday Survey: Is your dog an ambulance chaser?

Earlier this week I posted the story of Buddy, who went along for the ride – OUTSIDE of the vehicle – when his papa was taken away in an ambulance. Which begs the question, what lengths would your dog go to in order to stay with you when you left the house?

How far would your dog go to spend time with you

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Until next time,
Good day, and good dog!

Saturday Survey: Dealing with a crippled dog

Earlier in the week, we featured a story about a paraplegic dog whose owner faithfully walked him every day, using a special harness to compensate for the dog’s disability. I’m not sure I would be able to keep up with that, which got me to wondering what people do when their dogs become crippled.

What would you do if your dog became a paraplegic, but was not in any pain?

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Until next time,
Good day, and good dog!

Italian Dog Goes to Church After Mistress Dies

Dog in churchFrom Il Messaggero newspaper in Rome: When 12-year old German Shepherd Tommy’s owner died early this year, he followed the coffin from their village to the church. Now, he can’t get enough of the masses held at Santa Maria Assunta in San Donaci. He returns every day when the church bells summon, sitting through masses, baptisms, and funerals, according to Father Donato Panna, who doesn’t know what he’d do without the dog’s comforting presence now.

What a sweet story – yet another example of a dog’s loyalty!

Until next time,
Good day, and good dog!

Another Touching Story of Dog Loyalty

 

Photo credit:  www.newsnet5.com
Photo credit: www.newsnet5.com

WEWS in Cleveland is reporting on a great story of the love dogs are capable of.    In Lorain, Ohio (a suburb of Cleveland) someone had dumped a Poodle and a Rottweiler by the side of the road.  The Rott had a large tumor on his leg and was unable to move.  The Poodle, bless his heart, was unwilling to leave the Rott alone in the road.

A passing Good Samaritan picked up both dogs and took them to the shelter, which is now looking for homes for them.

Wouldn’t it be nice if our human friends were this loyal?

Until next time,

Good day, and good dog!