Jan 16, 2013
When the bells of the Santa Maria Assunta church begin to toll each afternoon in San Donaci near Brindisi, the 12-year-old German Shepherd sets off from the village to get himself a front row seat next to the altar, Il Messaggero newspaper said.
So who's taking care of the dog now? Hello him find a new owner to he'll him through his grief. He won't forget her but he can be loved and offer live to help him with his grief. And don't tell me he's not a human if you can't figure out from the story went the dog keeps going back then you aren't getting the story.
RIP Ciccio and Maria
Chuck...What Dandcameron is talking about is an excellent movie called Hidalgo with Richard Gere as the star of the movie where Richard gets on a train to go to work every day and every day the dog woud be there to see him off and there when he would return home. When the man died the dog went to the train station waiting on hs owner which never showed up because he had passed. Thats what the "hell" they are talking about !!
Hidalgo is a movie about a horse starring Viggo Mortensen...I think you mean Hachiko ;-)
What the hell are you talking about???? This story is about a dog & his passed owner.
I even cried when I saw the movie of the same thing,,itwas like 10 years of a dog returning to a rail way staion,,it was set in the US, but taken from a real life story abut a dg in Japan..
I just lost my dog of 9 years. He had to have surgery for a blockage after he got in the trash. It was heartbreaking since the vet called to say he made it through surgery, was doing fine, they had removed the blockage (plastic wrap and foil) and we could pick him up in a day or two. The next day, the vet called and said he had passed away in the night. This story makes me wonder if it was some error on their part. Unfortunately, we were not able to be present, so I guess we'll never know. But the hole in my heart will always be there. He was the sweetest, most gentle dog. He was a pit bull and changed a lot of people's minds about pits because he was just the exact opposite of the stereotype. My husband and I would give anything to have him back, so my condolences to these people who lost their cat.
i have always had dogs. i have two now and they are my best friends! it is so hard to lose one. one that i lost more than 20 years ago and i still grieve him. treat them well, no one will ever love you more.
Dogs are the most intelligent,loyal,and LOVING of animals in the world. I am not young and got my first dog at 46yrs of age. Number two came shortly thereafter. I have been continually amazed at their abitlity to express themselves to my family and I. We have two labradoodles and believe we were blesed with twice the smarts of regular dogs (poodle/labrador retriever) abilities. I will not know what to do with myself once they are gone. I pray that if they should go they go peacefully without pain.
dogs are one of the most loyalist friends anyone could ask for even if you die they will still wait for you to get dressed, to feed them, & to play with them. no matter what they will be by your side. they will always be in your heart and they will always be in yours. dogs will love you no matter what and you can't break a dog's love for you as they can't to yours. dogs are truly a mans best friend and that is that you can't change that years and years have gone by and dogs have been mans best friend since the beginning. they might not be able to talk but they can show you that they love you. not matter how far you go you can break the bond the dog has with you. your not just the dogs' friend your its family, companion, & love. no matter how long you are gone the dog will never forget you. no matter what you can't break the relationship of man and dog. not with a sword, a saw, or a piece of glass. when you are sick they will be your sunshine as you are to them. that is the way it has been for the beginning of time and to the end of time too.
thats why i love dogs, they love you no matter what happens , no money or death..