Dog Visits Owner’s Tombstone Daily

A dog mourning the loss of his owner visits the cemetery where the pet owner is buried for hours each day. At times the dog whines and cries for his human.



Everyday, a dog from Cañada de Gómez, Argentina, visits the cemetery where his owner is buried.

Cemetery workers have captured pictures of this loyal four-legged friend coming to the graveyard every day. He stands in front of his owner’s last resting place and pays his respects.



Witnesses say the dog visits his deceased owner for hours and at times the dog whines or cries for the human that is no longer with him. At the end of the day, the pet leaves the cemetery and comes back the next day.

This dog is not the only one in the country that frequents burial grounds. There are two other known cases across the nation. Those other two dogs are known as Captian and Alicio.


128 thoughts on “Dog Visits Owner’s Tombstone Daily

    1. Nothing can compare to the love of a dog. So unconditional and tender. The World is so much a better place having dogs in it.

      1. said so well and so very true……dogs are what keeps the world full of love…..humans need to learn from dogs what real and beautiful love is…..I know God will bless this dog and his owner forever for they had a beautiful love. I will pray for both of them. Mary

  1. So much love in such a small but big heart…
    If only the people could be just a tiny part like that,.this world would be wonderful…

  2. Bless it’s little heart. I wish this sweet baby could find a loving home with children so it could have a happy life again. God bless it.

  3. wish human being could do same level of respect to other human.we should learn something from other creatures!

  4. Please find out and let us know if this poor loving pet has a new home. Special love for his owner. If he is a stray, someone have a heart and give him a loving home. He certainly deserves to have a forever happy home.

    1. Oh Dear God…I agree. You bring us these heartbreaking articles, yet, you always seem to forget to give us details about the status of these beautiful creatures. So, we walk away not knowing if this baby is OK…..pisses me off. I guess it’s my own fault for reading the story in the first place. But, still disappointing on the part of the author.

    1. My cat passed away 3 years ago from Kidney failure.. she was 17 in a half years old…
      I bet your tabby is looking down on you…

  5. We should all deserve such love and devotion ~ clearly this baby’s parent did. Wish this pup peace and a new parent to love…

    1. You got that right.. Animals would never send us to the pound or abuse us.. I am one of the good ones, I love my furry kids so much.

    1. Me too! I hope this good journalist finds out who is taking care of him. He can’t live long without food and water!

  6. Sounds just like “Greyfriar’s Bobby”, a small dog in Scotland who visited his master’s grave every day until Bobby died. When that happened, the caretaker of the “kirk” (Scottish for graveyard) had Bobby (secretly) buried within the same graveyard (not really allowed). Visited there in 1997. Walt Disney immortalized Bobby with a movie back in 1961. Really touched my heart. What loyalty!

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