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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 03-16-2011, 07:50 AM Thread Starter
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Ultimate Loyalty-Dog in Japan

This dog survived the tsunami in Japan and now sticks with his wounded friend on the top of a building. So sad to see this

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I didn't understand a single word of this video, yet the universal message of love and loyalty came thru loud and clear. It brought tears to my eyes.

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How very sad, I sure do hope someone helps them.

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I didn't understand a single word of this video, yet the universal message of love and loyalty came thru loud and clear. It brought tears to my eyes.
True, it's so sweet when the dog snuggles up against him at 2:00..

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How very sad, I sure do hope someone helps them.
Yeah I can't stand it that those news reporters were just standing there filming. Even when the dog came to check them out, they didn't do anything. They must've hadat least a water bottle on them?

Well I hope they took the dogs with them or at least informed WSPA or something

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Just saw highest rated comment from 1 hour ago:

"Both dogs were rescued and are safe according to many news outlets. Great news."

I hope it's true!

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I Googled this and found the following link and updated story:

Japanese Dog Refuses To Leave Injured Dog Behind After The Earthquake | Gay Online Magazine | Out Impact

It says both dogs are safe and at a shelter.

Great news.

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Thanks for the update. Thats good to hear that both dogs have been taken out of that environment.
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Dog in Japan stays by the side of its ailing friend in the rubble.

After hearing about the sad and horrific pictures of devestation from the large earthquake and tsunami I came across this story of a dog that stayed by the side of his other canine friend until they were rescued.

In spite of what is going on there is still hope and happy endings.

Here is the article:
Dog in Japan stays by the side of its ailing friend in the rubble - Yahoo! News

Thought fellow dog lovers would love to read this story.

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I just saw the video of this on yahoo. I'm so glad they were rescued.

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I saw this on another forum. I didn't know they were rescued but I am so glad they were. I also saw a news clip of an interview with a family yesterday that came back to find their home turned into a pile of rubble. As they were digging through the debris their dog walked around the corner. He was a collie, very dirty and tired looking but alive and okay. The family was being interviewed and was almost in tears, they were so glad to find him. I thought I was going to cry.

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