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Some animals are cunning and evil-disposed, as the fox; others, as the dog, are fierce, friendly, and fawning. Some are gentle and easily tamed, as the elephant; some are susceptible of shame, and watchful, as the goose. Some are jealous and fond of ornament, as the peacock. – Aristotle

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Sure I know where the press room is – I just look for where they throw the dog meat. – Martina Navratilova

I would feel no hesitation in saying that it is the responsibility of a decent human being to give assistance to a child who is being attacked by a rabid dog, but I would not intend this to imply that in all imaginable circumstances one must, necessarily, act in accordance with this general responsibility. – Noam Chomsky

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The greatest fear dogs know is the fear that you will not come back when you go out the door without them. Stanley Coren

No one appreciates the very special genius of your conversation as the dog does. – Christopher Morley

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A lot of people think I am the one to turn to for dog behavior issues. I’m not. All you have to do is meet Tucker; you’ll know that I’m not an expert at training dogs. – W. Bruce Cameron

We take things to remind us of home. I think my favourite is a stuffed dog that was homemade from a picture of my little Jack Russell terrier. – Sunita Williams

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People always say that, like, you’re a dog person or a cat person. I just love animals. I’m not a dog person or a cat person. – Lil Peep

The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated. Mahatma Gandhi, Indian Social Activist









Bites are usually not random attacks by strays. The great majority of biting dogs belong to a family member or friend of the victim. When a young child is the victim, the attack almost always occurs in the family home, and the perpetrator is usually a ‘good’ dog that had not previously behaved in a menacing way. – Jon Katz

Quarreling over food and drink, having neither scruples nor shame, not knowing right from wrong, not trying to avoid death or injury, not fearful of greater strength or of greater numbers, greedily aware only of food and drink – such is the bravery of the dog and boar. – Xun Kuang

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  • nasdoc1: That husky is so friendly. She has been really trained well. And the guy is one in a million.
  • Anne Marie Comberrel: When huskies get bored, they are great escape artists. I’m glad that the beautiful dog is back with her owner.
  • Evil Can Opener Vega: SOMEONE PLEASE PROTECTED THIS MAN AT ALL COST! WE DON’T NEED MORE LIKE HIM, WE NEED TO BE LIKE HIM!
  • Sam Anderson: That “ITS HERRRR!!!” Near the end made me tear up a bit. The reunion of a 4 legged family member to their 2 legged brothers sisters and mothers and fathers is so heartwarming and one joyous occasion. I’m glad she found her way home. Thank you so much to this man. He’s a keeper. And we don’t need more people like him – we need to BE like him.
  • J C: Chip your dog. Not everyone who finds a lost dog goes to this same effort.
  • Lacey’s Life: I’m so glad that they found her home. You don’t realize sometimes how much it means to the owner. A couple years ago, I had a black and white cat named Smudge. He was my everything! I loved him so much, and we had such a great bond. Unfortunately, he came up missing. He has been missing for about a year and a half now, and we assume someone took him, because a neighbor said she had seen it. I miss him, but I hope he is doing well!
  • Jack Fuego: His wife face when he came home her “how many this time” face is wholesome I’m sure they both do this lmaoo
  • TonalTimbre: I had a same experience while randomly waking outside. Found this adorable dog who came to me for help. Thankfully I found her owners the next day, it was sad to see her go but I knew she was beyond happy to find her owner. It felt so good to find her owner and seeing her reunited. I’ll always help any animal I see in need.
  • Robert Lowe: This MAN is really something special!!! What a great guy!!! We need more people in the world like him!!!😁😁
  • Sangeeta Bahadur: I lost my beautiful beagle a couple years ago – for 9 whole hours! When someone found him and called me, it was like waking up and finding myself in Heaven! Bless you, guys, for doing this for the owners!
  • John Holliday: Watching her with the other dogs, they were so welcoming. Huskies, Labs, wonderful dogs.
  • Margaret Jiantonio: Have to watch those huskies. They’re wanderers. I had one who ended up miles from home. Lucky we found her.
  • Carl ahrens: This guy has a good heart, wish there were more like him on earth ,
  • AVB19D: “Someone’s gotta be looking for you”…. the moment he said this, I felt on the inside he was really like “I hope you actually are lost so I can take care of you”
  • Shirley jenlion: “It’s her!!” made me smile, I’m so glad the family found their fluff child
  • Rebecca Levine: It’s such a good feeling to reunite people with their dogs! I’ve had the pleasure of doing that a couple times and the joy I felt was through the roof!
  • Chris Stanley: I’ve been on the other end of this scenario and was truly grateful to the people who found and returned my dog. Good stuff.
  • Stitched Pumpkin: I found a dog this same way! Owners came down from another city to spend time with family for a few days, dog escaped because he was too darn smart (two others did not), and took off exploring. Completely lost his bearings. Met him early morning like 8am, walked for like 2 hours trying to find “home,” held him an hour, spent all day driving around shelters (pet free apt), totaling over 5 hours… Finally one took him 10 minutes before closing at 5pm on the grounds THAT I POST ON SOCIAL MEDIA (3 HOURS now 11pm at night, dinner, driving) lol to find the owner. Glad they had fliers of where/websites to post. 2am she found my post but couldn’t contact me. 7am she started driving from the other city. Picked up her dog (with proof) and sent me a thank you before the shelter could even let me know around 10am. Took down all the posts (another HOUR.) So much for my day off (at least I wasn’t working) but still glad I did.
  • Jonathan Allard: The way the dog came to him the first time was heartmeltingly adorable. She was adamant with her body language that she came in peace and submission. Too cute.
  • Rusty Shackelford: I found a lost beagle named Duke one day. Helped get him home, he was only a few blocks away from home. It feels good to help someone find their dog.
  • Al Martin: What a wonderful dog……….you can see the love just oozing out of her. Thanks for saving her, you are a good man.
  • Brenda Flow: Thank you so much for helping this beautiful girl. I know the owners were glad to find her. ❤
  • Danny Gautama: This man is a good dude. Proud of you Mr. Stallone. 👍🏽
  • isqueakzmini: If somebody contacts you saying a lost dog you have is theirs ALWAYS ask them to send you a picture of the dog. There’s some evil people out there.
  • Kleopatra: God Bless this guy that he had a big heart and took the dog off the railroad track. If only more people were like you. And your wife was pretty cool about it too.
  • parfz61: Best feeling in the world is reuniting lost dogs. Well done 👍🏼
  • Loretta Perrone: Difficult to wrap my brain around the fact that the pup was not chipped. Hope the guardians learned a lesson!
  • Catkin 3: You did a good job and you are a sweet kind guy – you did want her to be part of your family – but take heart and pride knowing you did the right thing.
  • Havin’ Fun: I’ve heard that huskies are professional escape artists – super fence jumpers. This little sweetie probably got out and said to herself, “oh crap, what now?”.
  • Tadayoshi: i like how suttle the wife is when telling him “we are NOT gonna adopt a thrid dog” lol
  • Michael Cartwright: So glad that turned out well. Hopefully they were able to stay connected with the owners and develop a friendship.
  • Gma Mose: So he did a thing and it turned out well. So grateful to this caring guy. She was a really nice dog
  • amaro faustino: Que bem vocês fizeram a esse belo animal, parabéns.
  • jennifer ceballos: Omg he almost broke down when she had to go..he genuinely has a heart of gold…bless him
  • Thomas: I just found this channel and already love it. I’m the same way with animals. My family will take in any animal that needs a home. We have taken in a Maltese, a pit bull, a shiatsu, and several cats both elderly and young. If and when they pass, we always will have their ashes communally spread out and their paw print on an ornament for the Xmas tree. Animals deserve to be treated as family members
  • Tonya Harmon: So Happy To See This, The Caring, Love & Return To Her Owners!!
  • Council Of The Clones: Good people doing great things, truly love that story!
  • Cindy Juhl: Please never stop helping animals! You’re the best…. What a sweet guy!
  • Azliana Lyana: Luckily he saw her, and it wasn’t that hard, with all the begging for the belly rubs. So glad the owner took her back, though he seemed really happy to have around. What a gorgeous husky!
  • 45 Auto: Ohhh…I dunno what we’d do if our Husky was missing! She’s just a big love bug. One Blue eye and one Brown. Just the life of our home.
  • PF3: Thank you so much for saving her!
    I have 5 husky person’s and would totally freak if one of my children were Missing.
    Good job y’all.
    God bless ❤️
  • drummerist: Thank you for being so caring … remember, what goes around, comes around – that will be nothing but goodness for what you did!
  • Oudtshoornify: Such great people, it takes my breath away. A wonderful story. Thank you!
  • Delightful Rainclouds: Guy: I am _100%_ sure this dog is going to run away from me
    Dog: **immediately runs to him in a affectionate way**
  • Lizzie CK: If someone found and took care of my lost fog, I would have brought them flowers, chocolates and all the food in my fridge and would thank them a million times ❤️❤️❤️
  • Nicole Spiteri: I literally just fell in love with this man. So kindhearted.
  • Bob Brown: Thank you for saving the dog from the train tracks. And thank you for finding the owners (someone else might have just kept the dog quietly). You are a good family.
  • dewfall56: Thank you for being such loving people, and an example of how human beings should be, for others. God bless.
  • Rex Dby: Huskies, as much as they may love their home and people, will bolt whenever they see an opportunity.
  • Angie Balthaser: Omg loved this story thank goodness for people like you for caring for her until you found her family she was lucky you stumbled upon her i have 2 siberian huskies and when one of mine ran away i was lucky that the family that found him took great care of him and posted pictures so we could be reunited ♥️
  • Francois S: Your baby has a great parents. You guys keep caring and you’ll continue to do well.
  • Wipe Day Chad: That husky definitely grew up in a loving home, you just love to see an animal that’s very happy like that.
  • Gary meacham: makes me feel happy that wonderful people like you are doing what you can. thank you so much xxx
  • Krÿgøgįñ 790: THIS MAN IS A HERO and that huskie is the cutest one i have ever seen
  • Marcus: Love this!! Bless him for saving her and getting her back to what seems like a very loving and happy home.
  • Nicky Litherland: Dogs are simply the best judges of character and this lovely man clearly has a gentle soul. Their paths crossed for a reason and enriched their lives, although for just a brief moment. 🐺❤🐺
  • degrassigirl432: Actually crying because she looks like my baby Sasha. I can’t imagine losing my baby. She used to try and escape the yard when she was younger, now she’s 12 years old and just naps in the yard.
  • Jan Hutchings: Thank you for taking care of that lovely dog. He could of ended up under a train and died. You went the extra mile and allowed him to go back to his owners. It’s nice to know there are kind and loving people like you in the world. Thank you again Jan.
  • SaltySnail: “We can’t have a third dog”Accepts the dog instantly
  • Robin Smith: Aww she so sweet!!! I would want to keep her too ❤️
  • GRIM: AAAAAAAAAAA- I CANT.. MY HEART!!!
    the way the dog let him pet their furr was adorable! im so glad the guy didnt leave him behind,
  • Belinda Schramm: God bless you for taking such good care of her and helping her find her family.❤
  • Ellen Levenson: What an absolutely GORGEOUS baby!!! I’d like to know how the dog got out and what the owners had done to find her.
  • Barbie world: THIS MADE MY DAY ITS SOOOO CUTE!
  • Gamer_Novice: We need a lot of people like him ❤️❤️👍👍🔥🔥
  • Beverley Ellis: Bravo and brava to you both for caring and making sure this beautiful canine was reunited with her owners. Hope they keep her on a leash when she needs an outdoors walk. She is too precious to lose!
  • Red Hawk: Thank-you for saving the beautiful creature!♥️
  • songbird 64: THE WAY HE SIDLED UP TO HIM AT FIRST LIKE “am lost” BROKE MY HEART
  • Jamila Hadade: I’m glad this beautiful wonderful friendly dog was able to be reunited with his owners because of his wonderful owners 👍❤️🐕
  • Kevin Pethe: so cute. I wish I also find animals like you. ;D
  • Judy Ingram: Thank you for saving her from getting ran over by the train or another vehicle. So happy her owns came to get her. Thank you young man.❤️❤️❤️
  • Kayla Daniel: you are one of the most wholesome people ever! I love this!! My friend’s uncle has a Husky named Brutus
  • Zonra: Oh my gosh, the way the pupper approaches him is so cute, that’s the “I’m freaked out but also SO SO HAPPY to see a human OMG” crawl.
  • Jack Donovan: Great job! I’m happy people like you are around!
  • Felix Cat: What a wonderful man and family for rescuing this beautiful lost dog.Whilst its marvellous that she is reunited with her family, it would hurt to not see her again, and she really is absolutely gorgeous, in nature too.

    She got on really well with the house dogs and I thought that she’d be living happily with her new family.

  • Carol Brooks: Such a heart-warming story!
  • F T: You’re a good man and you have a good heart what goes around comes around.
  • KidMangaX: Very responsible!! A lot of people looking for exotic dogs like her would shrug their shoulders and say “It can’t be helped, let’s keep her!” without even making the effort to contact the original owners. I’m so glad that she was able to return home.
  • Sizeupfool: Gotta love how the husband was like I thought I was gunna get to keep her he really loves animals such a big heart he’d keep ‘em all if he could the way was like thank god I don’t want another dog 😂
  • Native Texas Lady For Life: Thank you so much for taking care of her. You are a wonderful person.
  • Bri Berg: His commentary gets me every time 😂❤️
  • Bonnie MacEvoy: Thank you, sweet people. I like to think I would do the same, or others for my pets, just as for our children.
  • Rhodeygirl: Huskies are escape artists. They can climb fences and get out of their collars quite easily.
  • Marie and callie Splatoon 2: This is so nice,he took her to a vet,gave her food and water,gave her a home until they found the owner and it so nice that he didn’t just steal her as her owner
  • israel perez: Your a great guy for caring enough to stop an find out. Your Awesome! I’m Glad the dog got to find her family
  • Maria Flaviana: Lindo ❤️
  • Disturbed Philosopher: That was so very cool, although I am sorry you did not get to keep her, you could hear the joyous relief in the owner’s voice, what a delightfully kind, yet simple act of kindness. Bravo!!!
  • 047Kenny: This dude found the friendliest, scared husky looking for love. Why can’t I get this.
  • KWayne Lovejoy: I feel what he’s going through. No matter how big your heart is, it hurts like hell to let go of someone or something you opened up to. That husky is beautiful, and so clearly sweet tempered, it wouldve been scarier if you didnt connect and attach to her (the husky) at all. Bless your heart, bro, you do and have done great things.
  • masame: Спасибо за видео.
    Спасибо за доброе сердце!
  • Pam: i cant imagine the panic and devastation they felt when their baby went missing im so glad they got her back
  • Fish M H 4444: Thank you for taking the time from your life to help someone who could very possibility been killed in a few days wandering. Blessings
  • Here and Genderqueer.: “It’s Her!” Just the joy in their voice that they have her back. She might have only been missing for a few hours but she’s so loved.
  • Stormblast729: I am happy someone got their little princess back! I know I would have been tempted to keep her, but I don’t want to break the owner or the dog’s heart!
  • Freedom Pirate: UK-Audit: Bless him he looks almost exactly like my male huskie xx
  • Dawn: He is such a kind person. I had a husky and she was always taking off , I had no idea how she got out of my fenced yard . Finally I gave her to a wonderful friend.
  • Neyron: Very responsible!! A lot of people looking for exotic dogs like her would shrug their shoulders and say “It can’t be helped, let’s keep her!” without even making the effort to contact the original owners. I’m so glad that she was able to return home.
  • ErenTheBombJaeger: The way she crawled over to him with her happy little face such an adorable good girl
  • God Bless America: We have a four month old husky puppy and if he got out and we couldn’t find him we would be ABSOLUTELY DEVASTATED! Kudos for them for taking care of her and finding her owners!
  • Laura Farrington: Please keep him, 🙏 he needs your heart ❤️ and a home, think he should stay with you

Bites are usually not random attacks by strays. The great majority of biting dogs belong to a family member or friend of the victim. When a young child is the victim, the attack almost always occurs in the family home, and the perpetrator is usually a ‘good’ dog that had not previously behaved in a menacing way. – Jon Katz

Quarreling over food and drink, having neither scruples nor shame, not knowing right from wrong, not trying to avoid death or injury, not fearful of greater strength or of greater numbers, greedily aware only of food and drink – such is the bravery of the dog and boar. – Xun Kuang

Maybe bitcoin is a kind of a bubble. I don’t like it. I’m not comfortable with it. I’m kind of an old dog to be absorbing that kind of a new trick. – Lloyd Blankfein

People seem able to love their dogs with an unabashed acceptance they rarely demonstrate with family or friends. Ann Patchett

Oh God, you know what would be really good for me is a dog locater – it would save me the hours that I have to spend looking for my dog. – Tom Felton

‘I’m not alone,’ said the boy. ‘I’ve got a puppy.’ Jane Thayer

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