This heartwarming true story is an American adaptation of a Japanese tale about a loyal dog named Hachiko.
Professor Parker Wilson finds the abandoned dog at the train station. And yes its Richard Gere 🙂
He takes it home with the intention of returning the animal to its owner.
While watching this I am very impress with the acting skill of this cute dog. I wish I could have one similar.
This dog would accompany his master to the train station every day and return each afternoon to greet him after work.
Hachiko touches the lives of many shew work near and commute through the town square. He teaches the local people love, compassion and above all unyielding loyalty.
Its a 12 minutes short trailer video. Go ahead and watch. Perhaps you should watch the whole movie if you really liked the trail.
By the way do you know what is the most loyal dog breed? Perhaps this info might interest you.
Ever heard about Great Pyrenees? Popular known as loyal guardian with protective instinct! This breed are so calm, smart, and extremely flufy. Patient too 🙂 But They do require plenty of early training and ongoing exercise and mental stimulation. That’s basic right?
Next is is The Collie. Remember the popular dog named Lessie? Lassie was a Collie. Very alert and fun.
Next is the Rottweiler. Here is the bad guy. Well, actually he just look bad and most movies portray they as the bad guy, but not really. They can be reserved with strangers, but love their people. Thus, could make a good companion.
A German Shepherd is a police guy 🙂 loyal to their pack, and so smart. Guess what, they are the breeds that mostly employable! Excellent worker too.
Have you heard about Akita? Dogs breed of Japanese origin. Obviously loyal, smart, alert and courageous. Its as being very affectionate and patient with children. Good to buy one for your children.
Another family dog, a Labrador Retriever. Hardworking dogs that also come back to you.
Brittany is a fun loving breed. Many refer to them as spaniels, but they’re closer in personality.
Why these dogs are loyal to their master?
Researchers found that many dogs pick up on our moods, and we can actually tell when we’re sad or angry. And we understand dogs in return instead. We can read and feel their expressions and tell when they’re scared, upset or joyful. Loyalty is natural behavior for dogs. Dogs are kind of pack animals, meaning they are social creatures who prefer the company of other animals or perhaps now, humans. Many dog trainers and other animal experts believe this pack mentality also causes dogs to be loyal to their humans. Read more here.
Dogs also demonstrate amazing empathy towards humans. Researchers explored how dogs would react to their owners being upset, along with complete strangers. What they found won’t surprise you. When their owner, or a complete stranger cried, the dog would show increased interest as opposed to them humming or talking. The dog would sniff, nuzzle and lick both owners and strangers alike. The dog would also present as calm and submissive.
Hope you’d enjoyed the video and the article. See you in the next post.