A Sweetheart Pair of Dogs: A True Story

Paul Chong        Monday, 7 January 2019

The word “dog” is “God” spelt backwards. I guess it’s all the question of love thyat draws out the similarity. Their love is unconditional, for all times dependable, faithful & true under every conceivable circumstance.

Dogs are man’s best friends for very good reasons. We can learn much from a dog’s behavior, personality, demeanor, resiliency, and most of all their willingness to provide their family members with unconditional love, loyalty, and companionship down to their very last breath.

We have heard of many stories concerning dogs’ unfailing love & loyalty to their masters, dependable farm workers & doing rescue work, as blind men’s guides & faithfulness until death. But would dogs exhibit the same among their own kind.

There’s a true story told about a pair of sweetheart dogs found & rescued by people in a near life and death situation on the railway tracks . . . a true case of bravery & undying love.

A dog refused to leave his injured friend’s side not even as the train approaches. The injured dog had likely been hit by a train. She was too hurt to walk or even move. Fortunately, she had a very brave friend protecting her.

On the freezing tracks, he used his body to keep her warm, he brought her food & shielded her from oncoming trains.

He lies down beside her . . . when the dog hears a train coming . . . pushes her head down and keeps both very still as the train passes.

For two days he kept her alive. A train conductor later alerted the locals. Howver, the protective dog didn’t allow anyone to come close making the rescue tricky.

But when the animal shelter rescuers arrive they managed to rescue both the sweetheart dogs, and it didn’t take long before both were adopted into a permanent home. Today both are named as Panda & Lucy.

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