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About the statue of Balto in NYC's Central Park.  To go with "The Bravest Dog Ever".

Balto statue Central Park, by Frederick Roth, Dedicated to the famous sled dog who helped deliver a shipment of antitoxins to Nome, Alaska during the 1925 diphtheria outbreak.

Grave of William French    Who lost his life on July 13th 1896  while saving a dog from drowning  in Highgate Ponds.    This monument  erected in commemoration of  his brave deed  was raised by public subscription  and was contributed to by  all classes of  lovers of dumb animals. - St Pancras and Islington Cemetery, London

Grave of William French, who lost his life in while saving a dog from drowning. Pancras & Islington Cemetery in London, England.


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War Dog Memorials and Graveyards

War Dog Memorial in Hartsdale Canine Cemetery, Hartsdale, NY. THANK YOU to all dogs who served!

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Military Working Dog Memorial - 9/11 Memorial Garden  Dedicated on August 26, 2005  New York  A 9/11 Memorial Garden  was opened to the public on Aug. 26, 2005. The SUNY Farmingdale 9/11  Memorial Garden has a German Shepherd moving down an eight-foot I-beam  with vest and booties going toward a crushed New York City firefighter’s   helmet. Part of the sculpture consists of recovered materials from  Ground Zero. The life size bronze sculpture is by Liza Todd-Tivey.

Life-size bronze sculpture by Liza Todd-Tivey of a German Shepherd going down a I-beam towards a crushed firefighter's helmet. Part of the sculpture consists of materials recovered from Ground Zero. Memorial Garden in Farmington, NY.

Hachiko statue at Shibuya, Tokyo: The love of a dog loyal even after death. Waited for his master at the train station until his death 11 years later. He would walk his master to the station and meet him when he came home.

Hachiko Statue, Shibuya, Tokyo Hachikō was an Akita dog born on a farm near the city of Ōdate, Akita Prefecture and is remembered for his remarkable loyalty to his owner which continued for many years after his owner's death.