Grieving pet dog digs tomb to bury her own dead pup

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    Grieving dog digs grave to bury her own dead puppy

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    A mourning mom pet dog was shot digging a tomb to bury her dead pup in heartbreaking video.

    Devastated pooch Bettie is seen scraping a big hole with her front paws, prior to dropping the lifeless pup in it and covering it with soil.

    Her owners are heard in the background smelling and attempting to keep back tears. Bettie was visualized later on regretfully sitting on top of the tomb.

    Lenny Rose Ellema tape-recorded the video in her yard in Pangasinan province, the Philippines on September 15.

    The unfortunate family pet owner stated the four-year-old pet dog had actually lost young puppies in a previous litter and had actually revealed the very same maternal impulses to look after them, despite the fact that they were dead.

    ‘We did not train her to do it,’ Lenny stated, ‘We were amazed when she first did that last year with another puppy. She is a special dog.’

    She included prior to Bettie buried the dead pup in the video, she attempted to ‘revive’ it by providing it milk by breastfeeding.

    Dog Bettie, 4, was so ravaged by her loss she dug a tomb for her pup (Picture: ViralPress)

    After scraping out great deals of soil she thoroughly put her pup in the hole (Picture: ViralPress)

    She then regretfully set on top of her pup’s tomb (Picture: ViralPress)

    She stated: ‘I would try to take the puppy away but she would not let me so I left them there until she was ready to bury it.’

    Lenny stated the mourning pet dog quit attempting to restore her child after a couple of hours then buried it in the ground.

    But Bettie supposedly went back to her normal pleased self after a couple of days and continued to look after her staying young puppies.

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