This is the moment a family’s dog came to life after being thrown from a cliff

This family has a very special bond with their pet dog named Jessiann.

After his owner, a retired nurse, died Jessiann came to their door, and his owner found him a new home.

But it wasn’t always this way.

The family first thought Jessiann was a labrador retriever when they first found him in December 2018.

It was clear the dog had been injured in a car accident a year before.

When Jessiann got a fractured skull and damaged jaw, they were unsure whether he would survive.

Jessiann is now a family of four with four cats.

They say the accident happened while they were on their way home from a day out at a local park.

“It was so tragic.

You’re just looking out the window and there’s Jessiann, there’s his owner and his friends and it’s just so sad.

It’s just such a sad story, so sad,” said Jessiann’s owner, Joanne Coughlan.

They were so distraught they were unable to visit the site.

“He’s such a happy dog.

He knows what to do, and if you give him something to do he’ll go and do it.” “

I think he’s one of the most intelligent dogs we’ve ever seen.

He knows what to do, and if you give him something to do he’ll go and do it.”

He was only three when he was injured and he was such a lovely, gentle dog, which is why I think he is still one of our best friends.

“It’s not just the dog that the Coughls are grieving, but the community.

The Coughlans were unable in September 2018 to visit a local memorial to their lost pet.

Jessian is the first dog to die in Australia in the line of duty.

The accident happened on the outskirts of Adelaide, when the family was out for a walk with their three cats, as part of their holiday.

The death of the dog is still being investigated by the Royal Commission into the Deaths of Duty and Honour, which includes an inquiry into the death of Australian soldier Corporal Chris Hadfield. “

We’ve got three kids, and we were going out to a lovely beach and then he got hit by the car and went down a short way and was unconscious,” said Joanne.

The death of the dog is still being investigated by the Royal Commission into the Deaths of Duty and Honour, which includes an inquiry into the death of Australian soldier Corporal Chris Hadfield.

“They’ve done everything they can to get the investigation done, and the inquiry is due to report back to the royal commission in the next couple of months,” she said.

In March 2019, the Caughey family lost their only dog, an Australian Cocker Spaniel called Tanya, who was hit and killed by a train while on the way to the hospital. “

What I would like to see is that we get the right answers and that we make sure there is a proper process that will bring the families justice.”

In March 2019, the Caughey family lost their only dog, an Australian Cocker Spaniel called Tanya, who was hit and killed by a train while on the way to the hospital.

“She was a sweetheart and a very friendly dog,” said her sister, Tracey Caugheys.

“You’d never know she had a heart attack.”

It was the first time in Australia that an Australian dog had died on duty.

“The Coughles are just so grateful that they’ve had such a wonderful dog,” Joanne said.

She said Jessian was a “very good friend”.

“He loved everyone he met.

The Caughys hope to have a memorial in place for Jessiann and Tanya on the day the royal commissions report into their death is released. “

All of us were just so shocked and upset, and it was heartbreaking, but we just had to keep going.”

The Caughys hope to have a memorial in place for Jessiann and Tanya on the day the royal commissions report into their death is released.

“There will be a lot of people that will come to see him, and everyone will just feel that this is such a tragedy for the family,” Joan said.

Jessi’s family has asked the Royal Commissions to investigate what happened and make sure the Coges have justice.