Sometimes, if you want a good cry, just head on over to YouTube and look for videos of dog owners getting emotional over their dogs passing away. There’s so much genuineness in these videos that you really feel the pain of losing such a special friend in your life.
Missa writes in the comments:
My dog is 20 years old and has been with me through high school graduation, college graduation, moving into a new home, getting married, new job and having my child. He’s a great dog and I dread the day I have to say goodbye 😢
Some Dog Owners Found Their Dog Already Dead
The first video in this compilation has so many feels! All the people who love the dog were there during his last moments. In another video, the dog owner could not believe that her dog is already gone. The dog was no longer moving and she was trying to look for any sign that the dog is still alive. Unfortunately, the dog already passed and she cannot do anything about it.
In this video compilation, it also showed a boy crying on the side of the road as he finds him dead. It is unclear what happened to the dog, but it is possible that it was hit by a car. There was blood coming from the dog’s mouth and the boy could not do anything but cry for the animal.
Dogs are really loved by humans because of the happiness they bring to their fur parents’ lives. If you remembered a dog you once owned because of this video, share it on your social media account.
How to Deal With Dying Dogs?
When your dog is sick or close to death, knowing how to deal with dying dogs is important. Regardless of the circumstances, it is always better to have answers than no answers. When your dog is in pain, it is especially important to get the family together and say good-bye to your beloved pet.
Even though your dog may not have known what was wrong, it may have been able to sense the pain of the owners. If you are the owner of a dying dog, you’ll need to prepare yourself for a difficult time ahead. Although your dog may look fine, he will be able to feel pain and distress.
As a pet owner, it’s important to remember that grieving for a dog is similar to grieving for any loved one. You’ll likely feel a mixture of anger, denial, and sadness. If you have children, you’ll want to discuss the situation in advance.
A dying dog’s metabolism is malfunctioning and may have a different odor than a healthy dog. In addition, the temperature of a dying dog isn’t balanced as well, and he might not be able to regulate his body temperature properly. Make sure he has a warm, cozy spot to sleep and rest. You can also provide him with a heating pad or blanket to keep him comfortable.