The last journey taken out on the death of a pet dog, whoever saw his eyes filled; Watch video

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The last journey taken out on the death of a pet dog, whoever saw his eyes filled; Watch video
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Aug 09, 2022 | 10:04 am

You must have seen and heard many examples of love between humans and dogs. Many films have also been made on the jugalbandi of the owner and the dog. There was a film 'Teri Mehbania', in which love between dog and humans was shown well. Now a similar case has come up from Odisha. Where a family took out his last visit with great pomp after the death of his pet dog. During this time, when the owner took the body of the dog in his lap, the person also got full eyes. A video has also come out on social media, which has gone viral on seeing.

News agency According to the ANI report, the animal dog, who was considered closest to the human being and loyal to its owner in Parlakemundi, Odisha, was given a final farewell with gazelle. Tunnu Gowda, a resident of Parlakemundi, was very fond of Pet Dogi Anjali. Anjali died after being together for 17 years. After which the family not only paid tribute to him with moist eyes, but also cremated him with traditional customs. When Tunnu Gowda came out on his lap with the body of 'Anjali' on the road of Parlakhemundi, tears also came in the eyes of the person.

#watch | Odisha: a Family in Paralakhemundi bid a tearful goodbye to their pet dog, anjali, & performed its last rites as per traditional rituals yesterday when it has diad after eating with after Owner of the dog, tunnu gouda also took out a funeral process for his pet. pic.twitter.com/cqwiw9pfmv

- ani (@ani) August 9, 2022

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