Surf’s Up: Dog Hits The Waves Of Morro Bay
NBC11 has video of a dog named Saint who apparently likes to surf.
We caught up with Saint and his owner, Kat Yeung, at Morro Bay Thursday.
Saint is a 2 1/2 year old golden retriever. He loves to guide people to shore when they go swimming. He also like to surf. He’s been doing it since he was about 6 months old.
Yeung said when she starts loading up the car for a surf trip, Saint plops himself at the car door. Yeung said she uses a personal floation device to keep Saint safe. She also fixes a leash to his vest and to the board so that when Saint wipes out, the board is nearby.
Yeung said the surf has to be just right in order for Saint to catch a wave on his own.
There’s more plus raw footage video of this Golden guy in action . . . .
Four-legged friend brings smiles to those who need one most
By John Sharify
SEATTLE – Arrow knows the drill. Every week, the golden retriever comes to the Ronald McDonald House and waits.
The 2-year-old waits for the kids. Waits to be adored. Nina Brown brings him for the kids battling life-threatening diseases.
Five-year-old Kevin John has leukemia. This part of the day is sometimes the one bright spot in the day. He’s been at Ronald McDonald House eight months. “Comforting feeling for him,” says his mom Janice John.
“The kids wait for us at the door when they know Arrow is coming,” says Nina Brown.
Natalie Cunningham loves Arrow, and can’t stop petting him. The 7-year-old has been at Ronald McDonald House five months battling brain cancer. I asked her: “Is your favorite part of the dog the tail?” She laughs: “yes!”
There’s more . . .