Dog still waiting for sick owner outside hospital four MONTHS after he died

A DOG has been waiting for his owner outside a hospital for four months not knowing he has died.

Devon: Rescue dog Lisa plays with other pooches

Sign up for FREE for latest news plus tips to save money and the environment Invalid email

We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you've consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info

In heartbreaking scenes the pet has been spotted standing each day outside Santa Casa de Novo Horizonte hospital in Sao Paulo Brazil. His homeless owner was taken by ambulance to the emergency room after being stabbed, but the poor pooch was left behind as the paramedics would not allow animals in the ambulance.

Is something wet? Unlike humans who sweat everywhere, dogs only sweat through the pads of their feet.

The dog then chased after the vehicle for several miles and waited outside the hospital doors in the hope that his owner would soon recover and walk back through.

Witness Cristine Sardella, who spotted the dog outside the hospital waiting for his owner was heartbroken when she found out about the story from hospital staff and paramedics.

She shared the story on her Facebook and said: "We have so much to learn from animals.

"This dog stays every day at the door of the holy hospital waiting for its owner who has unfortunately passed away.

Use a Roll of Packing Tape to Pick Up Loose Pet Fur. Do your clothes pick up dog hair like crazy? Don’t have a lint roller on hand? One of my favorite life hacks for dog owners is using packing tape to pick off all that dog hair that gets all over your clothes.

Homeless Dog

Dog Homeless (Image: Getty)

"I know it's fed by some people. His waiting is in vain, but the love he nurtured for his owner is eternal.

"I also observe the respect that the staff of the holy hospital have for him. And so, life goes on, animals teaching humans true love."

But the story has a happy ending after a Brazilian animal charity discovered her plight on Facebook and provided shelter and food.The dog was soon adopted by a local family in Sao Paulo.READMORE: ' Nervy' breed of dog will be next added to banned list, says expert

Apply house rules consistently. When your pet knows what to expect from his behavior, he will be much more inclined to do more of what you approve of and less of what you don’t.

Dog eating food

Dog (Image: Getty)

A Facebook user added: "Dogs are like people and have a tremendous bond to the ones they love.

"He doesn't understand - he thinks his owner is still inside.

"I know it's against hospital policies but they should bring the dog through the hospital to where his owner passed.

"He will smell that he is no longer there and he will be able to grieve and move on."

DON'T MISS:F1 news LIVE: Horner's Hamilton dig, Norris defends Lewis [ SPORT ]Daniel Dubois has three next fight options after stopping Trevor Bryan [BOXING]Azerbaijan GP qualifying result: Leclerc pole, Hamilton investigated [ FORMULA 1]


There have been other stories of dogs waiting outside hospital doors for their owners to return safely.

On a hot summer day, fill up an inflatable pool with water and ice.

In one similar story in northeastern Turkey, a dog waited by the entrance for six days until his owner was discharged.His owner, named Cemal Senturk, was taken by ambulance to Medical Park in Trabzon, Turkey, only for his dog to escape from their apartment and follow the ambulances.Ecran who is a friend of Mr Senturks said: "His dog 'Boncuk' has followed him to the hospital gate and refused to leave for six days until her owner was discharged''.

Related articles

  • Delight as monkeys born after Marvin Gaye impersonator serenades them
  • Five ways to stop birds eating grass seed - 'very effective'
  • Can it be too hot to walk your dog? Claim fact checked

INTERESTING FACT ABOUT YOUR PET: INTERESTING FACT ABOUT YOUR PET: Stories abound of owners whose dogs kept sniffing or licking a mole or lump on their body so they got it checked out, discovering it was cancerous. The anecdotal evidence was later backed up by scientific studies. Dogs are so good at this that some of them are trained to detect cancer, in as little as three hours.