Juliana was a Great Dane who lived in the U.K. during WW2. In April 1941during the German bombing campaign known as the Blitz, a small incendiary bomb fell through the roof of the house of Juliana and her owner. Despite the noise, shock and fire, Juliana ran to it and extinguished the flames by urinating on it. Juliana’s bravery earned her a medal from the Blue Cross, a U.K. animal welfare charity. In 1944, three years after “defusing” the incendiary bomb, Juliana saved her owner’s life by alerting him to a fire that was racing through his shop. Juliana’s story was forgotten until many years later when a plaque with a portrait of her was found at a property belonging to a relative of Juliana’s owner. The Blue Cross Medal itself was also found in the house.