From 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!
When Wiggles’ master was ill and lying on his deathbed, the dog would not leave his side. The man’s son says they had to carry Wiggles outside occasionally to go to the bathroom, but other than that the dog stayed with his best friend until the man passed last June.
Continue reading Wiggles the Dog Remains Loyal to Deceased Owner
How’s this for devotion? Seems a man died while away from his home, and his Golden Retriever, Friday, went absolutely nuts for awhile.
Continue reading Til Death Do Us Part
There was a neat (but sad) story in my local paper the other day. This elderly man had bought a Golden Retriever for his wife several years ago, but when the wife died in 2006, he and the dog became inseparable. Continue reading Loyal to the end, and then some
I posted several months ago about the movie being made with Richard Gere about the story of Hachi, but I never saw it come out in theaters. Maybe it premiered to less-than-favorable crowds and wasn’t shown in my area, but I saw a commercial last night stating that the DVD and Blue-Ray disc are now available.
Continue reading Hachi DVD is now out