Grief affects not only humans but animals as well. They suffer after the loss of their beloved owner and their young ones.
Every puppy experiences this in their own way and it is hard to predict how thew will behave after the death of their puppy or a guardian that they have been bound to for their entire life. In most cases, the animals are dejected and not likely to enjoy playing. They have no appetite or desire to live. Their favorite treat doesn’t work on them anymore or taking a long active walk.
They would rather spend the whole day sleeping or lay, discouraged, in a corner. This type of behavior is a kind of dog depression and, just like with people, it should be treated. Many owners downplay this, believing that the dog will get over it one day and will once again recover their joy in life. In the meantime, this condition can last for weeks. If the owner cares about the animal, they will do anything to help them. One Twitter user xXxavierH21 shared a very sad story with the Internet. His beloved four-legged dog lost all of her puppies.
How did he deal with this problem? More about this on the next page.