Loyal Dog!! If you are looking for fulfillment then you will only find it in the dog…
The story of the 25-year-old Stewart and his dog is one of the deepest real-life dramas of recent times.
Stewart was one of the heroes resistant to a brain tumor that ended in a loss for that battle.
The 25-year-old spent his resistance, but when he lost the battle, that also meant the end of his dog.
Just 15 minutes after Stewart’s death, his dog died, and that story tells us what the meaning of loyalty that life does not even find in humans.
Why Losing a Dog Hurts So Much?
If you ask the dog owners it will tell you How destructive is Losing a Dog. Your dog is always your best friend and it can go to be your soul mate.
They are always happy to see their companions, whether they are away for a long time or for a short time, they always love waiting for their companions to return home anxiously.
They always love to play with their friends and play with children and give them a lot of love and care and they also love hugs and jokes a lot.
Now we can understand what the cause of the sadness of Losing a Dog is?
Dog losing & farewell
Is it because they’re our friends? Or because they were really loyal ?? We always find it very difficult to overcome the last farewell crisis.
Most likely to say that because of our beautiful memories with them and because of what we feel while they are with us, feelings we no longer find in many people, we found and lived it with them.
The experience of Dog loss is difficult and painful for everyone and maybe very close to the experience of losing a precious person or a family member.
We maybe know what you experience, from not understanding these feelings and even some people may even ridicule the owners of dead dogs who feel sad for their dead animals, which is really strange but unfortunately, it is true, and it happens to all of us.
Is human or Losing a Dog more harmful?
People often ask themselves, can I feel more pain than this? The truth my friend that no one can ever tell you what is the worst case you might go through in your life. In any case, it is different from person to person.
Scientists at the University of New Mexico have tried to answer these questions by conducting scientific research and surveys inquiring dog owners about how they felt immediately after dog losing and how they felt by days.
The results dear readers were unexpectedly surprising, indicating for the category surveyed, that the pain of dog losing was more severe than the pain of losing a loved one.