Heartbroken Dog Cries On Owner’s Grave



  • 2013-04-26T19:24:12

Almost everyone of my fosters has had at least one episode of this in their first week...it's really weird...

  • 2013-04-26T17:15:51

I am so glad you took the time to hold and comfort your little girl yorkie for the rest of the day and evening when she was grieving for her puppy. I wish there were more people to tune in to their animals feelings and respond with even a portion of the overwhelming love and loyalty they share with us every day of their lives. This would be a better world.

  • 2013-04-26T16:58:32

My heart is breaking for this loyal and loving dog. Just want to hug him and speak comforting words to him. Will need lots of love and attention from those he knows to try to get over the loss of his beloved owner. What a special bond they had.

  • 2013-04-26T16:46:03

Looks like the dog may have a respiratory issue....

  • 2013-04-26T07:05:11


  • 2013-04-25T22:33:17

This is so true. Last year when I had a seizure and collapsed, my wife told me my dog came to see what was wrong with me. He was so upset and he let the paramedics work, put me on a stretcher and haul me off to the hospital. The day I was released, my wife and I went to pick him up at my in-laws. He was so overjoyed, I thought he was going to do a back flip because I was okay.

  • 2013-04-25T18:45:32

Please tell us how a dog cries!!!

  • 2013-04-25T18:43:26

I learnt from it. If animals could be this loyal to a human then i must be loyal to God, my creator.

  • 2013-04-25T15:11:28

yea, lots of smooshed face dogs (brachycephalics) do this for some reason...harmless unless they do it all the time or blood/discharge comes out.

  • 2013-04-25T15:08:34

bells does this too. terrified me the first time she did it.... which of course was in the middle of the night.

  • 2013-04-25T15:03:44

Haha! I didn't cuz I've seen Dory do this....believe me...she has NOTHING to cry about!! ;-)

  • 2013-04-25T15:02:45

How long did it take before you were tearing up too?! Just wondering. ;o)

  • 2013-04-25T14:50:33

Very sweet and touching, but this dog isn't crying...he is 'reverse sneezing'. My dog does it too. Something irritates their larynx and causes air to be sucked in instead of pushed out like a regular sneeze. <3

  • 2013-04-25T12:18:04

It's really sad that when people hear the truth they simply cannot accept it and instead revert to swearing, sarcasm, and name calling. This dog is most definitely NOT crying--he is having inspiratory paroxysmal respiration (reverse sneeze). Although animals feel pain and some level of emotion (often times they react to their owners' emotions), they most certainly are not human and therefore do not have the cognizance and reasoning of humans. People just really want to believe so badly that this dog is expressing grief and crying that they are completely blind to or just do not want to accept the very blatant truth. And unfortunately, this isn't exclusive to trivial things such as this adorable dog; it happens all the time with the Lord Jesus Christ. May the grace of God open your eyes to all Truth.

  • 2013-04-25T06:01:15

To be honest I think praying to a golden cow makes a lot more sense than praying to an invisible force in the sky that was thought up to explain the existence of human beings by an entire race of gullible and uneducated people.

  • 2013-04-25T02:53:38

This dog is not crying ... this dog is doing a reverse sneeze.. maybe he is sad but this is not crying this is not how dogs cry .

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