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Sunday, March 27, 2011
At 74 this is my only companion.
Never does he leave my side. During My Chemo and Radiation he waited at the door I left at 6:30 Am to drive 2 -half hours to Scarborough Maine, 5 days a week. Got home at 6 Pm. Thor would run and drink his water, the minute I came in. That was a rough winter.
Thor never went potty in the house. Is he spoiled ??YOU BET! I jump to his commands. I have had this dog for fifteen years, he is the best Dog I ever had. He is almost human. He is 60 pounds and I say get in the shower he does. He even waits for me to dry him off before he comes into the Kitchen if it rains. We know each other's every thought. He is failing and I will miss him. I think my life will be VERY empty. This house will be a dismal, desolate and grievous house. He really fills a roomand the house will be so empty with out my fella.
His eyes are sooo blue ..When my Husband passed away Thor lost 15 pounds. A year after my husband died, we pulled his 4 wheeler out to sell it. Thor sat beside it all day long and I had to drag him into the house. I cried the rest of the night while hugging this loving dog. God has been good to me to have a friend so loyal. He seems fine today, we take it day by day.
#1 Bobbie wonder dog traveled 2800 miles to reunite with
#2 Bob the Australian Railroad Dog. #3 Dragon accuses and
attacked Owners killer.
#4 Fido -owner killed in WWII in an air raid in Italy.
Fido waited 14 years at bus stop.
#5 Gelert -name of a legendary dog in the village of Beddgelert. #6 Greyfriars Bobby Scotland, spent every night on mastersgrave for 14 yrs.
#7 Heidi- climbed 500 foot vertical drop when master fell andstayed for days by his side.
#8 Hachiko ---I recommend this movie. a true story. Richard Gere is in the movie.
The dog waited at the train station the rest of his life for his owner.
There are many more wonderful stories. Check them out.
Posted by Yvonne Rosenfield @ La Petite Gallery Comments are welcome