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Seaman

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Seaman was a Newfoundland dog who accompanied the Lewis and Clark Expedition from 1804 to 1806. He was a loyal and intelligent companion, known for his swimming abilities and hunting skills. Seaman played an important

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Seaman

2023-06-08T12:04:59+00:00

Seaman was a loyal and skilled Newfoundland dog who accompanied Lewis and Clark on their expedition across the American West. He played a crucial role in the success of the mission, helping the explorers hunt,

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Seaman

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Seaman was a loyal Newfoundland dog who gained fame for his unwavering devotion to his deceased owner. Despite being offered food and comfort, Seaman refused to leave his owner's gravesite for weeks, capturing the hearts

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Rigel

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Rigel was a brave and loyal Newfoundland dog who became famous for his heroic actions during the tragic sinking of the Titanic. He swam alongside a lifeboat for hours, providing comfort and support to the

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Pio (a.k.a. “Buddy”)

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Pio, also known as "Buddy," is a beloved canine mascot for Lewis & Clark College's Pioneers. He is a friendly and outgoing dog who loves to cheer on his team at sporting events and greet

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Gander

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Gander Newfoundland was a brave and loyal dog who served in the Canadian Army during World War II. He was awarded the Dickin Medal, the highest honor for animals in military service, for his heroic

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Bilbo

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Bilbo was a brave and dedicated Newfoundland dog who served as a lifeguard in the early 20th century. He is credited with saving the lives of three people from drowning, earning him widespread recognition and

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