The dog from the shelter does not stop howling with grief after separation from his best friend

The animals from the shelter had a difficult past. And they have only uncertainty ahead of them. Therefore, they have an increased sense of anxiety about the fact that they do not have permanent, loving owners, and the conditions in the shelter are far from ideal.

The owner handed over these two friends to the shelter, asking the staff to find them owners.
The staff of the shelter hoped that they would still be able to be attached to one house, although it is quite difficult to do this.
And the day came when they had to be separated. Unfortunately, there were owners for one of their puppies, but the other remained in the shelter. And both were sad without each other.

Пёс из приюта не перестает выть и не находит себе места от горя после разлуки с лучшим другом

In the house of the new owner, the dog did not live for several days, as he was constantly crying. And he was returned to the shelter. Fortunately, the separation was short-lived. Soon, the shelter was able to find a man who agreed to take them both.

Пёс из приюта не перестает выть и не находит себе места от горя после разлуки с лучшим другом

Call these loyal friends Rocky and Schwabbo. From an early age they grew up together. But, unfortunately, their owner lost his home and handed them over to a shelter, warning that they could not live without each other.

When Rocky was taken away, Schwabbo, literally, could not find a place for himself from grief. He was a little older than Schwabbo and took care of him like a younger brother. Therefore, their reunion was very touching.

Пёс из приюта не перестает выть и не находит себе места от горя после разлуки с лучшим другом

After a post on a social network, in which their story was told, which won the hearts of millions of Network users, and it turned out to be very easy to find the owner. Fortunately, both dogs now have the same owner and they are happy together.

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