These Two Dogs Found That Friendship Could Heal All Wounds

28 Jul 2014 Animals
These Two Dogs Found That Friendship Could Heal All Wounds

After A Heartbreaking Loss, These Two Dogs Found That Friendship Could Heal All Wounds

Harlow the Weimaraner and Sage the Dachshund were the best of friends.

Harlow the Weimaraner and Sage the Dachshund were the best of friends.

They did everything together. And loved posing for pictures.

They did everything together. And loved posing for pictures.

But after Sage grew old and passed away, Harlow was left alone.

But after Sage grew old and passed away, Harlow was left alone.

Dogs can feel grief just like humans, so it's no surprise that Harlow was left feeling lonely and sad.

Dogs can feel grief just like humans, so it%27s no surprise that Harlow was left feeling lonely and sad.

Until a bundle of joy was delivered to her home in the form of Indiana, another Dachshund.

Until a bundle of joy was delivered to her home in the form of Indiana, another Dachshund.

It took time to get used to a new companion...

It took time to get used to a new companion...

But soon the two became closer (and naughtier!).

But soon the two became closer %28and naughtier%21%29.

They were soon inseparable.

They were soon inseparable.

Their friendship is about as real as it gets...

Their friendship is about as real as it gets...

These two show us that beautiful friendships can form even in the darkest of times.

These two show us that  beautiful friendships can form even in the darkest of times.

Anyone who has a best friendship like these two should consider themselves very, very lucky.

Anyone who has a best friendship like these two should consider themselves very, very lucky.
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