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The Amazing And True Story Of Hachiko The Dog

The Amazing And True Story Of Hachiko The Dog

Here is the amazing and true story of the Japanese Hachiko dog, or Hachi as was his nickname, the real dog behind the popular movie: Hachiko - A Dog`s Tale.

Let us not forget the story of the most famous Japanese dog: Hachiko — “the faithful dog.”

Hachiko: A Dog's Loyalty Knows No Boundaries

Hachiko, the loyal Akita who waited at the train station every day for his owner's return from work, even after the owner died. A statue of Hachiko stands outside the Shibuya train station in Japan. << that movie made me cry

The dog who waited for his owner at the train station: | 14 Pictures That Prove Animals Are Better Than People

14 Pictures That Prove Animals Are Better Than People

The dog who waited for his owner at the train station. / 14 Pictures that prove animals are better than people

"Hachi: A Dog's Tale" (2009) ... love, love, LOVE this movie! Make sure to have a few tissues close though. We give this film: ♥ ♥ ♥

Hachi: A Dog's Tale (2009)

Hachi: A Dog's Tale A drama based on the true story of a college professor's bond with the abandoned dog he takes into his home. You better have a hankie if you like dogs!

Hachiko

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Rare Photo Surfaces of Hachiko, The World's Most Loyal Dog--the loyal dog held vigil at the station waiting for his owner, earning the sympathy of passersby until his own death in 1935.

Legendary Loyal Dog, Hachiko, Forever Reunited With His Human - Dobetter

Richard Gere with an Akita from the movie Hachiko, A Dog's Story

Richard Gere with an Akita from the movie Hachiko, A Dog's Story, Akita Inu.

The Amazing And True Story Of Hachiko The Dog

The Amazing And True Story Of Hachiko The Dog

Here is the amazing and true story of the Japanese Hachiko dog, or Hachi as was his nickname, the real dog behind the popular movie: Hachiko - A Dog`s Tale.

Hachiko - The True Story of a Loyal Dog :Hachiko was a real dog, he belonged to a Tokyo University professor named Eisaburo Ueno in the...  *Click to read this amazing story. (This sounds like another dog I've read about and saw a movie of.)

Hachiko was a real dog, he belonged to a Tokyo University professor named Eisaburo Ueno in the Hachiko is remembered for his remarkable loyalty to his owner, even many years after his owner's death. Read More.

Hachiko.  The purest and most extreme example of canine love, loyalty, & devotion.....

Pure loyalty…

Amazing Things in the World's Photo: The last photo ever taken of Hachikō, the dog who waited for 9 years after the death of his master outside the train station every morning until he himself passed away in

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- In a dog waited for 9 years after the death of his master outside the train station every morning until he himself passed away (Sounds like Hachi)

The beautiful Shikoku, looks like a wolf and shiba inu mix *drools* must have!

Shikoku Dog - Kochi-ken - Mikawa Inu ~ Dog Breeds Database The Shikoku (Kochi-ken, Mikawa Inu) is a native, primitive Japanese breed of dog from Shikoku island that is similar to a Shiba Inu.

"Hachiko" A really beautiful story about a faithful dog. I cried and hugged my dog the all movie.

Read "Hachi - A Dog's Tale - Richard Gere" - Just Dogs with Sherri

The True Story of a Loyal Dog ~ Hachiko was a real dog, he belonged to a Tokyo University professor named Eisaburo Ueno in the 1920’s.  Hachiko was the quintessential example of the spirit that embodies man’s best friend. He would see professor Ueno to the station every morning, & trot out to wait for him as he came home at night. When the professor died, his wife moved & she gave Hachiko to relatives... Every time he had a chance, he would dash away to the station & wait for his master's…

Hachi: A Dog's Tale (2009)

Do you know the tale of Hachiko? His loyalty towards his dead owner was so moving that they erected a statue in honor of his devotion. You can see the statue of Hachiko outside of the Shibuya Train Station.

The Amazing And True Story Of Hachiko The Dog

The Amazing And True Story Of Hachiko The Dog

Here is the amazing and true story of the Japanese Hachiko dog, or Hachi as was his nickname, the real dog behind the popular movie: Hachiko - A Dog`s Tale.

Yes, I hate that! They should never kill animals! I don;t care what they do to the people, but leave the animals alone. :D

Or when your favorite character dies in your book or fandom! only if it was with a book or fandom though.

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