This is why every newsroom, workplace... and for that matter home should have a dog in residence.-Watch this canine's reaction to a coming earthquake.-SJ
Wow. Wow. Gee, that was poignant!
What Ms Barry said.....! I'm emailing this link, SJ!
Glad you guys like it, spread it around.-SJ
Dogs can be life savers but so can many other animals. But I guess you can't take your horse to the newsroom.
AMAZING creatures, and truly humankind's best friend!
I experienced a medium sized earthquake when I lived in San Diego and our dog was asleep on the floor beside me when it started. I woke up before she did. So much for Canine senses!
How cool. SJ I am going to cross post this if you don't mind. tnLib: LOL LOL LOL!!
@Mad Mike,I love that split second where the dog looks down at the ground and nothing's happened yet... then bolts.Of course friend, share wherever with whoever.Cheers.-SJ
One of the greatest American heroes of WWI was USMC Sgt. Stubby, a pit bull terrier:http://www.digitaldog.com/stubby.html
@Manifesto Joe,I'm sure he didn't pick that name for himself, poor bastard probably thought his legs were long and lithe.thanks for the link--SJ
-is thanking Manifesto Joe for the great Sat morning read with my coffee! Stubby was a good boy. TA.
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