The phenomenon of grieving dogs: The ultimate loyalty – The Week

The phenomenon of grieving dogs: The ultimate loyalty – The Week.

I have always believed that pet dogs are better at being human than some crazy people who are more animals.

This link just brought me to tears. I guess it is just as painful to them to lose their human as it is to us to lose them…

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2 thoughts on “The phenomenon of grieving dogs: The ultimate loyalty – The Week”

  1. Hi, and thanks for taking the time to read my blog.
    I completely agree with you on both counts…Dogs are definitely more human than some humans, and experience strong emotions just like us. Seeing how happy George is when we come back home or when we wake up and greet him in the morning, I have no doubt that he’d suffer from parting with us just as much as we would if we had to part with him.

    Didi

    P.S. Your dogs are lovely, and I love their names…Angel and Chaos sound like complete opposites…Although Chaos, too, looks like an angel to me 🙂

    1. Thanks. When we got Chaos, his former owners have named him already and we didn’t want to confuse him by changing it. It’s like fate when we got him too. Their names are kinda ironic coz Chaos is an angel, while Angel is so chaotic!! they are complete opposites in character that i don’t think i can live without either one of them coz they just complete our crazy home.

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