If you want loyalty, get a dog. A famous line whenever loyalty is talked about. There are lots of deeply moving and humbling stories about how dogs showed loyalty to their owners.
Have you heard about the famous Hachiko? I remember posting something about it in one of our previous posts. But let’s remember Hachiko, shall we?
Every day when his owner returned home from work, Hachiko would greet him at a train station. After the human died, the dog returned to the train station at the same time every day for nine years. The story is deeply moving, they even made a movie out of it, “Hachi: A Dog’s Tale.”
Though there are lots of stories about the loyalty of dogs to their owners, there are a few who notices or writes about a dog’s loyalty to his kind. So when I read this article about a dog named Spyder, I decided to share it with you.
This narrative is saddening for the fact that the canine starved and turned so skinny as he would not want to leave his best friend alone. Check out the full story below.
Spyder and his best friend were two abandoned dogs, dumped on the street. The other died and didn’t make it in the cold while Spyder survived.
But instead of switching into survival mode and leaving his best friend alone to search for food, the pup stayed by his pal’s side. Dehydrated and emaciated, it was pretty obvious that the dog was really starving. However, for poor Spyder, the shouts of his stomach is nothing compared to the grief in his heart caused by his friend’s death.
Have you ever wondered how this is possible? How a dog can tolerate that much pain and suffering just to stay by a friend’s side?
What is it in the canines’ nature that makes them so loyal to their owners or even to their own kind? Some dogs would even risk their lives for the people they love.
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