A dog owner was videoed crying on the floor as she embraced her dog. She could not believe what happened to her dog as it was already dead when she arrived.
Kamlesh writes in the comments:
Her scream gave me goosebumps..there is a lot of pain in her voice..we can’t even bare it😭
Dog Was Poisoned
The dog owner was screaming and really looked like she was in pain after losing her dog. Some veterinarians came over to check on the dog but they cannot do anything to save it.
Accordingly, the dog owner could not accept what happened to her dog as it was poisoned. The dog was also a service dog and had been helping her owner for eight years before dying. The dog owner had panic attacks and her dog was the one who calmed her down.
What was more devastating about this story is her neighbors were the ones who poisoned her dog. They gave the dog chicken that was laced with rat poison. Unfortunately, in China, there are no laws about animal cruelty so her neighbors went unpunished.
The dog owner vowed to start a campaign so that China will put animal protection laws in place. Do you want people to know more about this story? Share it on Facebook and Twitter to help the dog owner get the justice her dog deserves!
What to Do When My Dog is Dying?
When your dog is suffering, the best thing you can do is to comfort him as much as you can. Many dogs have difficulty saying goodbye, and you might find yourself numb or even crying. This is a very difficult time for you, and you want to make the transition as smooth as possible.
Here are a few things to keep in mind. If you are unsure of what to do, speak to a vet. Try to get your dog to eat something, even if it’s just a little bit. It’s comforting for you and your pet to know that you care. If you can’t do this, consider buying it for your pet.
Taking your dog to the vet is a good idea, especially if you’re unsure what to expect. If you’re unsure, you can also offer a favorite treat. Depending on the type of treat you give your dog, you may be able to make them yourself at home. If you don’t have a pet, consider buying a treat from a drive-through.
Your pet won’t want food or water, so make sure you keep food and water nearby. A pet nearing the end of life isn’t going to have hunger or thirst, so you might have to be patient and allow him to go for a while without eating.
This could lead to dehydration, which is extremely painful and uncomfortable. If your dog is suffering from dementia, you’ll want to keep it in a comfortable place and offer him the best care you can.