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Hachi’s story is one of inspiration, one that teaches us all about the importance of loyalty, faith and undying love.
The legacy of Hachi is one that has transcended time and space - starting out in a small village in Japan and eventually making its way to movie screens around the world. The wide appeal of Hachi’s story is in the potent, radiant energy of a dog’s love, loyalty and faithfulness. These qualities that come so easily to dogs are not so easy to us humans, which is why they’re so transformative.
Deeply emotional animals, our dogs feel experiences. They love unconditionally. And the reward for doing so is that our furry friends make us better, kinder, and more emotionally in tune with the world around us.
Animals don't speak our language - they have no “voice". But they speak to us in a more profound way than humans do. When you listen, you will receive powerful lessons that could change your life.
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Do you have The Hachi Spirit? Take this fun quiz to discover how much you're like Hachi - the legendary, loyal Akita dog who waited almost 10 years for his owner's return.
The heartwarming true story of Hachikō, the Loyal Dog of Shibuya.
Inspired by Hachikō's captivating story and Vicki's own dog, Hachi.
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Want to change the world? Start by changing YOUR world by doing something kind for someone else (dogs included!) each and every day. Science shows that being kind is one of the best ways to increase your overall happiness. And, if you want proof, just...February 18, 2020/2 Comments
My Hachi and I would play hide and seek with a stuffed toy. I would wave it in front of him, then quickly pull it away when he tried to bite. After a while, he’d pretend to not be interested and look away. As soon as I placed the toy close to him, he’d...January 21, 2020/4 Comments
After the Fukushima Nuclear Disaster of March 2011, the Japanese government wouldn’t allow residents to rescue their left-behind pets. It was deemed a health risk. .. Hachiko is just one symbol of the strength, beauty and resistance of animals....December 17, 2019/No comment
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One minute I can be watching a movie, then all of a sudden the emotion wells up and then… Know the feeling? .. “A good cry.” The positive and negative going hand-in-hand. Crying can be seen as an expression of sadness, a cue that we need comforting. But...September 17, 2019/10 Comments
As Hurricane Dorian made its way over the Bahamas and up the east coast of the United States and Canada last week, we’re still only beginning to understand the damage it has caused so far, particularly in hard-hit areas like the Bahamas. Unfortunately,...September 12, 2019/4 Comments