The dog is a gentleman; I hope to go to his heaven, not man's.
July 14, 2017 4:30 PM Subscribe
Humans are so disappointing lately. Here are some stories of remarkable dogs:
- Sergeant Stubby: The Most Decorated Dog of The First World War
- The memorial alone can't quite convey the whole story: "In commemoration of the devotion of Tip. The sheepdog which stayed by the body of her dead master Mr. Joseph Tagg on the Howden Moors for fifteen weeks from 12th December 1953 to 27th March 1954."
- An associate editor for the Global Journal of Addiction & Rehabilitation Medicine, Olivia Doll, lists some very unusual research interests, such as "avian propinquity to canines in metropolitan suburbs" and "the benefits of abdominal massage for medium-sized canines." That's probably because Olivia Doll is a Staffordshire terrier named Ollie who enjoys chasing birds and getting belly rubs. In all her spare time, Ollie also has sat on the editorial boards of not one, but seven, medical journals.
- The Final Resting Places of 7 Famous Dogs