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Wed, Jan 9 | By Matt Van Hoven | 394

ISRAEL – One of Former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's most diligent supporters has been waiting for the 78-year-old's return from hospital – and it's likely his wait will continue. According to the Deccan Herald, Sharon's dog… more ›

Former Israeli PM's Dog Awaits Leader's Return
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Choya M.
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Choya M.
5 years ago

To bad I hope he comes out of it for his and the dogs sake.

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Stacy M.
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Stacy M.
5 years ago

This is sad. I hope for the man to get better but it does not look that way hopefully someone will take the dog in and care for him as he needs a new family or he might die from greif.

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DDRau
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DDRau
5 years ago

Mr. Sharon remains in a persistent vegetative state. Hope the dog has another companion by now.

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Michaelyn
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Michaelyn
5 years ago

Maybe the dog should be at the hospital to give the President support.

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daryl b.
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daryl b.
5 years ago

this is as sad as the stories about the dogs that stay by there owners graves till they too die. at least this dog is home and being cared for. it is so futile for this poor pup as i do not believe he will ever be able to be cared for at home. everyonce in a while i google sharon and nothing changes which is probably for the best as if he does wake up he will be a total vegtable. how sad

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Kate H.
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Kate H.
5 years ago

That's amazing. I wonder if my dogs would do that for me?

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Patricia  C.
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Patricia C.
6 years ago

This is a good example of a dog's never ending love and loyalty for it's master! A very heartwarming story.

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Michelle G.
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Michelle G.
6 years ago

A dog's loyalty always amazes me. This dog obviously has a great life to miss his owner that much!!

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jan l.
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jan l.
6 years ago

Oh, the loyalty of our canine companions!! Maybe if they had taken Golda to visit his owner it may have helped them both.

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SandyReedy
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SandyReedy
6 years ago

This reminds me of the storyb of the dog in -I think it was Scotland--who slept on his owners grave every night, and only left to get food. The loyalty of these companion animals is unbeleivable. We could take a lesson from them.

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D. Rene
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D. Rene
6 years ago

That is a very loyal dog!

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MELODY Q.
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MELODY Q.
6 years ago

Why not let Golda visit his/her master at the hospital. It may help the prime minister but most of all it may bring a bit of peace to Golda. Sweet pup.

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Sharon L.
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Sharon L.
6 years ago

What a sad dog. Those around him need to try to find a way to make his grieving
diminish. Perhaps another dog around would help a little.

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Ashlee S.
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Ashlee S.
6 years ago

Would ben ice if the dog could visit his companion! May help them both heal

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Anna
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Anna
6 years ago

I hope the dog will be ok. I know how strong an animal can bond.

A cat I used to have who died late last year :( would always wait at the door to my room and when I got back from school and went in he'd follow. He went everywhere with me in the house. If I had died before him, he would have been the same way. So I can sympathise,

Its tragic...

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Carol M.
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Carol M.
6 years ago

What a touching story. I hope that someone will be able to help the dog form a new attachment.

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Lisa B.
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Lisa B.
6 years ago

What a loyal dog. I can't help but feel sorry for Golda.

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5doxiemom
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5doxiemom
6 years ago

How loyal. I wish golda could go and visit him.

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Anne W.
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Anne W.
6 years ago

Only a dog woud be that loyal. How sad.

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Jill6Johnson
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Jill6Johnson
6 years ago

I feel sorry for the dog.

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Barbara K.
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Barbara K.
6 years ago

Having the dog actually visiting with him might help both of them!

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Rachel G.
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Rachel G.
6 years ago

I wonder if the PM can be taken care of at his home. It would be nice if the dog could go and visit. Maybe he would improve if his dog was there. Unfortunately I have a feeling that when the PM passes away, his loyal canine will soon follow.

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Iseeurn
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Iseeurn
6 years ago

loyal devotion of a pet- take golda to her master to make her and him feel better

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WANSTREET
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WANSTREET
6 years ago

Golda is truly devoted to Sharon. They should allow visitation. It would probably help both of them.

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Loveshorses
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Loveshorses
6 years ago

What a loyal friend!

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Joanne N.
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Joanne N.
6 years ago

What a precious example of the unconditional love and loyalty of our best friend - the dog!

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Arb1752
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Arb1752
6 years ago

is he allowed to visit

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Lexina
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Lexina
6 years ago

is he still alive

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Kindra H.
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Kindra H.
6 years ago

Why can't they let the dog visit him? It sounds like the dog is heartbroken and if he could see him he would know what was going on. Never underestimate the intelligence or emotion of a companion animal!

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Smlhelps
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Smlhelps
6 years ago

so sad. just let him see the dog

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Absit
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Absit
6 years ago

they should take the dog to see the guy because he might be waiting to see the dog too even though he is in the coma but there have been weird stories of people just waking up so maybe the dog can wake him up

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Mims
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Mims
6 years ago

So sad. As one member already suggested, it would be a good idea to take the dog to hospital. You never know what the animal human connection can do for his recovery.

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Jeanie M.
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Jeanie M.
6 years ago

This breaks my heart. I wish they could take the dog to the hospital.

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Lauren A.
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Lauren A.
6 years ago

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Andrea H.
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Andrea H.
6 years ago

It is a shame that the dog hasn't been brought to the hospital to visit the Prime Minister. Perhaps daily visits by the dog, especially in the initial stages of Sharon's coma would have helped him recover.

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Sharon L.
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Sharon L.
6 years ago

People who think that dogs don't understand or have feelings have never owned a dog.

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Merrell R.
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Merrell R.
6 years ago

What an amazing story of the loyalty and sensitivity of some dogs. I always trust their instincts that are so natural and basic. And I like the Prime Minister even more because of this story. IF I know nothing else about him I know he loves his dog....and is worthy of the love of a good dog.

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Sharon L.
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Sharon L.
6 years ago

Dogs are good judges of good people.

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Jessica H.
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Jessica H.
6 years ago

that is a loyal dog. maybe they should take the dog to him it might make a difference since they tell people to still talk to people in comas

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Adele P.
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Adele P.
6 years ago

Loyal dog

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8critters
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8critters
6 years ago

This is heart-breaking. Bless her little soul until they meet again across the rainbow bridge.

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arnie
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arnie
6 years ago

dogs are very loyal, i feel sorry for the dog

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linda s.
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linda s.
6 years ago

Is anyone taking the dog to visit him, poor dog, he must be devastated

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Jamie
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Jamie
6 years ago

Why cant somebody take Golday to see Sharon. You never know what might happen with a visit.

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Hymcheng
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Hymcheng
6 years ago

Dogs are so loyal that way. It makes me sad to know that he will probably have to wait for a very very long time.

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Wyoming County S.
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Wyoming County S.
6 years ago

poor thing, and he will continue to wait

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Jackie H.
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Jackie H.
6 years ago

Aww that is adorable!

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Melissa7271
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Melissa7271
6 years ago

How bittersweet. I wish someone would take the dog to visit him.

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James S.
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James S.
6 years ago

i also agree take the dog to him

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Laurel C.
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Laurel C.
6 years ago

Why don't they take the poor dog to see him?

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Mary P.
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Mary P.
6 years ago

how sad. Yes, I believe a visit would do the man and dog a lot of good to see each other.

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