These 7 Dogs Refused to Let Their Owners Go – Even After They Had Died

A dog’s loyalty to his or her owner is a bond that cannot be easily broken. The old saying that a dog is a man’s best friend is truly an understatement – especially since it doesn’t include the additional point that a man (or woman) is also a dog’s best friend as well. Even long after a dog has died, their memory still sticks with their owner. They may go on to get another dog in the future, but there will always be a void in their minds and hearts that will never be filled again – regardless of how many dogs may come and go. What many people do not seem to realize is that this loyalty goes both ways – there are many dogs that can never seem to let their owners go either.  Here are several pictures of dogs that refused to let their owners go even long after they died.

Nathan regularly visits the grave of his owner, Petty Officer 3rd Class Nathan Bruckenthal.

Nathan regularly visits the grave of his owner, Petty Officer 3rd Class Nathan Bruckenthal.

He visits the muddy graveside of his owner who died during a Brazilian flood.

He visits the muddy graveside of his owner who died during a Brazilian flood.

He can't seem to sleep without being near Gladys.

He can’t seem to sleep without being near Gladys.

Standing guard to make sure that he still looks over his owner - even after her death.

Standing guard to make sure that he still looks over his owner – even after her death.

Young Joshua was killed in a four-wheeler accident at the age of 15, but his childhood dog remains loyal to him

Young Joshua was killed in a four-wheeler accident at the age of 15, but his childhood dog remains loyal to him

Doesn't seeing this just bring tears to your eyes?

Doesn’t seeing this just bring tears to your eyes?

He actually refused to leave his owner's grave at all.

He actually refused to leave his owner’s grave at all.

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