Perfect Example Of Why A Dog's Love Is Unconditional
Talk about sad life stories. Talk about those memories to reflect on, ones we hold true and close to our heart. Most of us have lost someone close to them and most of us know what that feeling is like. The reason of why we mention this is because today we have a video of a dog that has lost his owner just some time back and he is finding it very rough to move on hence the dramatic and very nostalgic feeling that this puppy will present. Loss of a close friend or a family member is very sad and can leave us in peaces. This unfortunately doesn't only describe humans as this video proofs.
People say that, over time, dogs start to resemble their owners, both in looks and in behavior. Whether it’s the animals that start imitating their humans, or the humans start to identify themselves with their dogs, it doesn’t matter, there are hundreds of photos online where dog owners look almost exactly like their dogs! Dogs are adorable. They’re furry and cuddly and full of so much love, but they’re not perfect. Dogs are capable of doing things out of their character just like humans. The first, and perhaps most important, the result is that overall pet owners tend to laugh more frequently than individuals who are not living with companion animals. This is why dogs specifically are like no other animal, regarding their closeness. Imagine what kind of secrets your beloved furry amigo could tell about you, if only it could talk.
This little guy is out and about the house as he reflects on the memories with his owner. As their song is blasted through the speakers, this doggy goes completely emotional and moves into the mindset of reminiscing. You can see him get unsteady right away. He moves through he door and back in as if to say that any second now his owner will return back home. This dog's owner had passed away in June last year and this was his ringtone. Watch as his loyal dog still cries when it plays on the radio while he waits at the front door hoping for him to come home.