From Dog Stories

Grieving Rottweiler

It is sufficient to bring tears to your own eyes.

This heartbreaking video reveals the second after awakening to discover his buddy had perished through the night time, a wasted Rottweiler grieves over his brother.

As he lay calmly looking up in the camera his head, rested on the shoulder of his brother Hank.

“Brutus has never whined or cried out in pain the two years I have had him… But clearly you can see in his eyes, he is crying for his brother who had passed as his world around him just crumbles.

“We both grieve and cry for our brother… This is proof that animals DO have emotions and feel pain just like we do.”

Before he expired on January 20, Hank had been ailing for a while, in accordance with Brett, but had seemed to be making a healing.

Was uploaded six days past., the psychological one minute 56 second footage has had 221,507 views since.

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