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Sad, but I'm so glad Yoda made it. They are indeed so precious.

Have a fabulous day. ☺


Oh, that poor family! So glad the dog made it at least.

Jackie Bouchard

Oh my goodness. What a story. So sad about her owner, but glad Yoda made it. I'm sure that was a consolation to the family in their grief.

Foley Monster, Pocket and River Song

We are so glad she was saved. I hope she brings comfort that that shattered family. She is a miracle dog.


I hope Yoda's miraculous recovery helps that poor family with their grief.


What a sad, but happy story! I hope she is able to bring comfort to the family.


I hope finding the dog was some small comfort to the family in the middle of such a tragedy.

When traveling, we have our VHF radio tuned to the Coast Guard hailing channel. There's no call more horrifying than "bodies in the water" announcements. We hear them frequently and never know how they turn out.

Jodi Stone

I've heard that dogs are much more resilient in the water than humans. It seems correct in this instance.

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