Friday, March 18, 2016

A German Shepherd lession in Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape

Keep the faith, Luna:
Fishermen like to tell stories, but Nick Haworth will have a whopper of a tale.

The California man’s beloved dog, Luna, has returned more than a month after she fell overboard in the Pacific Ocean and was presumed drowned.
But fate was on her side, as was her will to live.
She was presumed lost at sea. Until Tuesday morning, that is, when staff arriving for work at the island’s Naval Auxiliary Landing Field spotted something unusual – a dog sitting by the side of the road. Domestic animals aren’t allowed on the island for environmental reasons.

It was Luna.

“She was just sitting there wagging her tail,” DeMunnik said. The staff called to Luna, and she came right over.
Wolfgang says, "Ooh rah!".  And well done to the swabbies.  RTWT, which is the best thing you'll have read all week.  Or we can't be friends anymore.


ASM826 said...


There is no link in the post. RTWT or we're not friends? You just got rid of everyone.

Sean D Sorrentino said...

Here's a link

Borepatch said...

Link fixed, thanks. Long week.

Old NFO said...

Yep, that is survival instinct right there! And glad it was a 'good' time of the year for a swim out there, and she didn't step on anything that went boom...