HUSKY DOG MiSHKA TALKiNG “I Love You” ~ Video uploaded on YouTube in 2008
Mishka the talking Siberian Husky was first seen on YouTube on the 7th February 2008, at the age of 5, and since then she has had over 81 million views of her first video. Mishka has had over 343 million views to all her videos on her YouTube channel.
Mishka is now 10 years old (born 16th June 2002), and has become well known for her talking and singing abilities. She has been featured on TV talk shows, radio commercials, and TV commercials. Mishka also has sisters, Laika the Talking Husky Puppy & Moki the Magnificent. Mishka’s name means Teddy Bear in Russian.
A loyal 12 year old German Shepherd named Tommy, attends mass every day at an Italian church, where his owner Maria Lochi’s funeral was held. Tommy was adopted by Maria as a stray, and would accompany her everyday to the Santa Maria Assunta church in the village of San Donaci, in Italy, and sit at her feet. Tommy is also known asCiccio.
Tommy aka Ciccio the German Shepherd Attends Church Every Day After Owner’s Death ~ YouTube video by OneMinuteNews presented by Jennifer Martin
“On this day 2 years ago, my best friend and travel companion died. I still think about him almost everyday, but choose not to be sad, for I am lucky to have had 14 wonderful years of travel & adventure together with my dog, Sable’s spirit is always in my heart.”
~ Anton K. Kressnig (12th January 2013)
I first met Sable when he was a rescue dog* at the RSPCA Victoria animal shelter on Monday the 29th December in 1997. He was a Malamute / Dingo cross stray from the streets of Bayswater, aged 1 year old approximately. He was an unusual dog with a lot of energy and spirit, and liked to hug and hump everything that moved. He had a lot of love to give.
*Rescue Dog = Adog that is rescued from a possible euthanasia after being found as a stray, or a dog that has been saved from an abusive or neglectful home by an animal rescue organisation such as the RSPCA in Australia the ASPCA in the USA, or a dog that is simply no longer wanted or can no longer be cared for by its owner.
KOKO the Kelpie canine star of the Red Dog movie died in Perth on Tuesday the 18th December 2012, aged only 7 years old. Koko had a battle with congestive heart disease, after being diagnosed earlier this year. Koko the Red Cloud Kelpie became one of Australia’s best-known dogs when he starred in the award winning Red Dog film in 2011.
A Californian family were swept out to sea in 3 metre waves (10 foot surf) as they tried to rescue their dog Fran from the cold dangerous surf, at Big Lagoon beach in California.
The tragedy happened on the 26th November 2012, while Howard Kuljian and his family were out walking with their dog Fran on an overcast morning at Big Lagoon beach. They were throwing a stick for Fran to fetch at the water’s edge, when she was suddenly swallowed by a wave. Howard’s 16 year old son Gregory ran to save the family dog, but was taken by the surf as well. Howard aged 54 followed to save Gregory, then his wife Mary Scott aged 57 followed him to save him and their son, while their 18 year old daughter Olivia and Gregory’s girlfriend watched in horror on the shore.
Howard Kuljian’s body washed ashore, and rescuers eventually retrieved Mary Scott’s body, while Fran their dog made it back to shore on her own. Gregory Kuljian is missing, presumed dead.
Family Swept To Sea – November 26th, 2012 KobiTV video: