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Default Loyal Dog In China Refuses To Leave Owner's Grave, Goes Week Without Food


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Lao Pan, an unmarried man without much family, found close companionship with his loyal dog. And even through tragedy, their steadfast bond lives on.

Pan lived in the Chinese village of Panjiatun, but died earlier this month at the age of 68. His furry friend was found by villagers at Pan's grave safeguarding the site according to BBC News. The loyal pup refused to leave even after going seven days without food.

Sky News reports that since noticing the dog, villagers have been bringing food and water to the gravesite, and are even planning to build a kennel there for the dog to sleep in.

This dog's loyalty draws parallels to other famously loyal dogs, Digital Journal points out, such as Hachiko, Japan's most faithful dog.

Hachiko would greet his master at the train station each evening in Japan, until one day his owner had a stroke and died at work. Although Hachiko was adopted, his loyalty remained. Legend has it that Hachiko went to the train station each night to wait for his master.

But perhaps more likely, Sky News highlights the similarities between this yellow dog and Edinburgh's Greyfriars Bobby -- a dog who returned to his master's grave every day for 14 years. The dog now has a statue erected in honor of his loyalty.
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Very touching, CA. Not for nothing is the dog called a man's best friend.
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yep...

And this news is especially touching, knowing that China remains only one of two known major consumers of dog meat!


on a lighter note... these guys are already comparing this good friend w/hachiko, chinese dont really waste any time in copying do they! :D
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Well if you want to go on a lighter note, consider they possibility that they may have placed the gravestone on his tail The poor pup is probably immobile and people are thinking woah, that mutt looks dashed miserable because his master died!
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^^^ Knwing china, one shouldn't really rule out that possibility!!
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Man drags dog behind his Porsche after domestic argument



Worthing, West Sussex - Can one even imagine the emotional and physical horror a small dog must have endured as some horrible man tethered the innocent creature to the back of his black Porsche 911 Carrera and sped away at speeds up to 70 miles per hour?
That's just what happened Sunday evening when an eyewitness spotted the car at Devil's Dyke beauty spot parked near Brighton. Shortly after that an off-duty police officer saw the dog tied to the back of the car more than six-miles away.
Some time after that, the driver of the car dumped the dog's body on the side of A27 in nearby Shoreham.
The driver of the car, 33 his identity still not announced, turned himself in to the Sussex Police last night after a nationwide apppeal to find the terrible person who could actually do such a heinous crime. The man was arrested on suspicion of animal cruelty and is currently out on bail until his court appearance which is scheduled for December 3.
Authorities are considering this a deliberate act of animal cruelty after reports of the dog's owners having a domestic dispute.
The RSPCA called the injuries to the dog "horrific" and "distressing for everyone involved."
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"This was an unbelievable thing to do to an animal. It would have suffered both physically and mentally during its ordeal."
There has been no additional information released, and unfortunately even the sweet dog's name has not been told to the press. May he rest in peace.

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It is said that man's best friend is a dog. Now, a Labrador Retriever in Japan has proved it right.

The government of the town of Naie, Hokkaido, has awarded Junior, a 7-year-old male Labrador Retriever for keeping his 81-year-old master and his 3-year-old granddaughter warm in an overturned car during a freezing night last week.

Junior was given a collar with a gold medal and some dog food during an award ceremony held in the northern Japanese town yesterday, Kyodo news agency reported.

The owner, Yoshimasa Soma, took his granddaughter Sukai Kimura and Junior in his car from his home in Naie on the evening of November 15, saying he would walk the dog.

The car was later found lying on its side the following morning on a riverbed several meters below a road in the neighbouring town of Urausu.

Police officers found Junior cuddling up to the girl and licking her cheek in the car.

The man and the girl suffered only minor frostbite on their feet despite temperatures below zero outside and with the window of the car broken, the report said.
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SAN ANTONIO — The call came into the behavior specialists here from a doctor in Afghanistan. His patient had just been through a firefight and now was cowering under a cot, refusing to come out.

Apparently even the chew toys hadn’t worked.

Post-traumatic stress disorder, thought Dr. Walter F. Burghardt Jr., chief of behavioral medicine at the Daniel E. Holland Military Working Dog Hospital at Lackland Air Force Base. Specifically, canine PTSD.

If anyone needed evidence of the frontline role played by dogs in war these days, here is the latest: the four-legged, wet-nosed troops used to sniff out mines, track down enemy fighters and clear buildings are struggling with the mental strains of combat nearly as much as their human counterparts.

By some estimates, more than 5 percent of the approximately 650 military dogs deployed by American combat forces are developing canine PTSD. Of those, about half are likely to be retired from service, Dr. Burghardt said.

Though veterinarians have long diagnosed behavioral problems in animals, the concept of canine PTSD is only about 18 months old, and still being debated. But it has gained vogue among military veterinarians, who have been seeing patterns of troubling behavior among dogs exposed to explosions, gunfire and other combat-related violence in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Like humans with the analogous disorder, different dogs show different symptoms. Some become hyper-vigilant. Others avoid buildings or work areas that they had previously been comfortable in. Some undergo sharp changes in temperament, becoming unusually aggressive with their handlers, or clingy and timid. Most crucially, many stop doing the tasks they were trained to perform.

“If the dog is trained to find improvised explosives and it looks like it’s working, but isn’t, it’s not just the dog that’s at risk,” Dr. Burghardt said. “This is a human health issue as well.”

That the military is taking a serious interest in canine PTSD underscores the importance of working dogs in the current wars. Once used primarily as furry sentries, military dogs — most are German shepherds, followed by Belgian Malinois and Labrador retrievers — have branched out into an array of specialized tasks.

They are widely considered the most effective tools for detecting the improvised explosive devices, or I.E.D.’s, frequently used in Afghanistan. Typically made from fertilizer and chemicals, and containing little or no metal, those buried bombs can be nearly impossible to find with standard mine-sweeping instruments. In the past three years, I.E.D.’s have become the major cause of casualties in Afghanistan.

The Marine Corps also has begun using specially trained dogs to track Taliban fighters and bomb-makers. And Special Operations commandos train their own dogs to accompany elite teams on secret missions like the Navy SEAL raid that led to the killing of Osama bin Laden in Pakistan. Across all the forces, more than 50 military dogs have been killed since 2005.

The number of working dogs on active duty has risen to 2,700, from 1,800 in 2001, and the training school headquartered here at Lackland has gotten busy, preparing about 500 dogs a year. So has the Holland hospital, the Pentagon’s canine version of Walter Reed Army Medical Center.

Dr. Burghardt, a lanky 59-year-old who retired last year from the Air Force as a colonel, rarely sees his PTSD patients in the flesh. Consultations with veterinarians in the field are generally done by phone, e-mail or Skype, and often involve video documentation.

In a series of videos that Dr. Burghardt uses to train veterinarians to spot canine PTSD, one shepherd barks wildly at the sound of gunfire that it had once tolerated in silence. Another can be seen confidently inspecting the interior of cars but then refusing to go inside a bus or a building. Another sits listlessly on a barrier wall, then after finally responding to its handler’s summons, runs away from a group of Afghan soldiers.

In each case, Dr. Burghardt theorizes, the dogs were using an object, vehicle or person as a “cue” for some violence they had witnessed. “If you want to put doggy thoughts into their heads,” he said, “the dog is thinking: when I see this kind of individual, things go boom, and I’m distressed.”

Treatment can be tricky. Since the patient cannot explain what is wrong, veterinarians and handlers must make educated guesses about the traumatizing events. Care can be as simple as taking a dog off patrol and giving it lots of exercise, playtime and gentle obedience training.

More serious cases will receive what Dr. Burghardt calls “desensitization counterconditioning,” which entails exposing the dog at a safe distance to a sight or sound that might set off a reaction — a gunshot, a loud bang or a vehicle, for instance. If the dog does not react, it is rewarded, and the trigger — “the spider in a glass box,” Dr. Burghardt calls it — is moved progressively closer.

Gina, a shepherd with PTSD who was the subject of news articles last year, was successfully treated with desensitization and has been cleared to deploy again, said Tech. Sgt. Amanda Callahan, a spokeswoman at Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado.

Some dogs are also treated with the same medications used to fight panic attacks in humans. Dr. Burghardt asserts that medications seem particularly effective when administered soon after traumatizing events. The Labrador retriever that cowered under a cot after a firefight, for instance, was given Xanax, an anti-anxiety drug, and within days was working well again.

Dogs that do not recover quickly are returned to their home bases for longer-term treatment. But if they continue to show symptoms after three months, they are usually retired or transferred to different duties, Dr. Burghardt said.

As with humans, there is much debate about treatment, with little research yet to guide veterinarians. Lee Charles Kelley, a dog trainer who writes a blog for Psychology Today called “My Puppy, My Self,” says medications should be used only as a stopgap. “We don’t even know how they work in people,” he said.

In the civilian dog world, a growing number of animal behaviorists seem to be endorsing the concept of canine PTSD, saying it also affects household pets who experience car accidents and even less traumatic events.

Dr. Nicholas H. Dodman, director of the animal behavior clinic at the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tuft University, said he had written about and treated dogs with PTSD-like symptoms for years — but did not call it PTSD until recently. Asked if the disorder could be cured, Dr. Dodman said probably not.

“It is more management,” he said. “Dogs never forget.”

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Odie is fine. He is taking care of some personal business. He comes on to ban spammers when he has time lol.
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He is fine, just busy due to some personal stuff, will be online more often in Jan.
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NR & Knaur.... thnx guys, hadnt seen him around, and never found out what happened to FA
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Do dogs go to heaven?
The intensity of the dog's face shows more sincerity than most people!
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Ya' gotta' love the face on the dog!
Of all the junk we get over the Internet, occasionally we get something like this.
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Very cute. Wonder if its a labra, looks like one, they are my favourite breed, never got a dog after mine died, too much heartbreak to deal with.

Though there are always street dogs lounging in my porch and garden, they seem to treat my house like their home, and I don't mind
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yea... looked like a lab to me too, but my friend says thats a golden retriever

either way, its a nice pic.... me an atheist, but this is the time for a holly jolly xmas and its the best time of the year....this dog proves my case :)
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Golden Retrievers kind of have heavier hair than the dog in the pic, though they are hard to distinguish from Labradors, nice photo either way.
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US Marine Corps Lance Corporal Isaiah Schult, handler of an IED-detecting dog, jokes with Afghan children and an Afghan National Police officer outside a local residence in Garmsir district, Helmand Province, Afghanistan, Nov. 22. Schult is assigned to Headquarters and Service Company, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment. US Marine Corps photo by Corporal Reece Lodder.
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HOUSTON – The deaths of 14 bomb-sniffing dogs last year at Houston's Bush Intercontinental Airport while awaiting air shipment to U.S. troops in Afghanistan has prompted a lawsuit from the K-9 contractor that owned the animals.


According to the Houston Chronicle, American K-9 Detection Services filed suit in state district court in Houston this week against Indian Creek Enterprises Inc. and Live Animal Transportation Services.
According to court documents, the dogs died Dec. 21 while being kept in a sealed, unventilated truck at Live Animal Transportation's shipping terminal at the airport.



Live Animal Transportation owner Christopher Hay told the Chronicle he was unaware of the lawsuit and couldn't comment. There was no telephone listing for Indian Creek Enterprises in Houston.

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A Sacramento parolee convicted of sexually assaulting a chihuahua was sentenced this week to 10 years in prison and must now register as a sex offender.

A jury last month convicted Robert Edward De Shields of strangulation and sexual abuse of the 8-month-old chihuahua. He was high on meth at the time of the attack, prosecutors said.

De Shields is confined to a wheelchair and had rented space in a South Sacramento home. When the homeowners came home one day in March, they found De Shields holding the scared dog, prosecutors said. The next day, the dog was missing, but found in the garage with De Shields. The dog was in pain and shock, prosecutors alleged.

A veterinarian later found severe injuries to the dog's rectum and internal organs.

De Shields has been in and out of prison since 1992. Because of this case's additional requirement that he register as a lifetime sex offender -- which is unusual for an animal-cruelty case -- he must now serve his sentence in state prison. Under the state's prison realignment system, he would have otherwise served the time in county jail, the Sacramento County district attorney's office said.
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