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A Dog's Incredible Loyalty After a Tragedy - With a Happy Ending!



  • 2013-05-09T17:47:23

You are right. It is "extremely" difficult to rent a home that allows dogs or pets of any type. I believe they were very happy to find out she was ok and very unhappy that they could not take her home with them. She wasn't a dog who was left chained up in the back yard. She was a dog who got to go with them in the car. They loved their Ella.

  • 2013-04-01T03:14:55

look this may be your view so here is mine SHAME ON YOU YOU PRAY YOUR WRONG??? mr. try listing to it without the bottle in your hand THE HOLE FAMILY OF 5 "FIVE" lived but in the interview there was only 4 may be they have moved to be closer to one who is stilll bound to the hospital ... think B 4 you drink and say crap that this family may be reading and your saying bad things about them .... but you did get one thing wright thank GOD for the women who found the dog and helped her back to life and then helped her find her family.. ya think maybe the family might of thought of how there dog was in heaven and not hurting. think

  • 2013-03-28T19:39:21

God bless that family & their wonderful dog. I'm glad they all survived. God was watching over them all.

  • 2013-03-28T17:52:29

The family did what was best for Ella. If they couldn't afford to take care of her it was the most selfless act to give her up. It is very difficult to find a rental that will take larger dogs. Do not judge this family has been through enough.

  • 2013-03-28T13:46:17

A great story of love and loyalty and praying for the family to all get well and hopeful be able to find another place so that their dog can be with them once again.

  • 2013-03-28T13:31:25

It's hard to find rentals that take pets. When they do its usually only small pets, not large dogs like this one. Some also ban certain breeds like Rotweillers and Pit Bulls.

  • 2013-03-28T13:28:43

Also it is very hard to find a rental that will take pets and if u do its usually only small dogs they let you have, not big dogs. Also some places won't allow certain breeds like Rotweillers or Pit bulls.

  • 2013-03-28T13:16:21

Praise the Lord. Whata testimony. This family is alive and well on the road to recovery. God never gives us more than we can handle. God helps us handle what we've been given. Just like the lady who rescued the dog. This is not where it ends it's the beginning of a fresh start. Life everlasting for this family.

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  • 2013-03-28T11:01:47

Yes this story is almost unbelievably.But so heart warning.God is so good.Plus this family made, that was a blessing.

  • 2013-03-27T16:50:32

Have YOU never been able to pay YOUR rent? Don't judge this family too harshly!

  • 2013-03-27T16:26:37

Would love to hear a follow up. Does the family take the dog back eventually or does she stay with her rescuer?

  • 2013-03-27T14:21:55

Very lucky for Ella a kind hearted soul found her.I still believe there are still many good people on our planet who cares, may her tribe grow!

  • 2013-03-26T12:57:23

Humm don't like to be negative but I agree something doesn't sound right with this family. How could a family not take the dog who gathered their belongings and slept with them...Perhaps she is better off with the women who rescured her and can appreciate all she had been through. To have her heart broke twice doesn't seem fair to the dog. I pray I am wrong about this but..for this dog to be again separated doesn't seem like a happy ending their is more here going on. Thank God for the rescue women for that is who the dog needs now. P

  • 2013-03-26T04:30:43

And after all that..... they decided to move to a place they can't take the dog... What is wrong with that picture! I don't feel they deserve a loyal and loving dog like Ella...

  • 2013-03-26T03:26:40

What a great story of Love and Loyalty!