Herzzerreißende Bilder zeigen die Trauer der Besitzer, die sich von ihren Hunden verabschieden

Es gibt im Leben traurige Zeiten: Das Haustier zu verlieren kann zu einer wirklich herzzerreißenden Erfahrung werden.

In dieser Galerie kannst Du Dir die Bilder der Menschen ansehen, die ihre Welpen verloren hatten.

Diese Bilder zeigen uns, wie stark die Verbindung zwischen einem Menschen und einem Hund ist, besonders vor dem Tod des Hundes.

Diese Fotos wurden 2017 und 2018 gemacht, die Fotos wurden mit der Unterstützung von Hundebesitzern aus der Region Florida gemacht. Die Vierbeiner, die man auf den Fotos sieht, wurden zu Hause eingeschläfert: ein stilltes Ende bei den Liebsten.

Ross Taylor, die diese Fotos machte war „tief beeindruckt“, als sie sah, wie ein Freund von ihr versucht, den Tod seines Hundes zu verkraften.

View this post on Instagram

“There’s never enough time,” said Donnie Leibe. "We never have them long enough," he added shortly before his dog, Daisy, at left, is put to sleep. • “Last Moments,” is a photo essay that explores the intimacy of the human-animal bond - specifically, the last moments before, and after, the passing of a pet at home with their owner. It is a somber, and intense, testimony to the bond and the pain that comes when it is broken. • This series looks at the intense connection shared between people and their pets. The decision to have at-home pet euthanasia is part of an emerging trend (to have end of life care in the home, instead of in a clinic). Nationally, scores of pet owners go through this painful experience each year. It’s important to note the immense care and compassion that the veterinarian community demonstrates towards the families going through this. • It's also important for people going through this to know they're not alone in their grief, and importantly, that their grief is not to be taken lightly. #love #pets #lastmoments

A post shared by Ross Taylor (@rosstaylorphoto) on

Olesya Lukovi weinte zuerst vor Trauer. Noch einige Minuten vor dem Foto fragte sie den Tierarzt, ob ihr Liebling „weg“ ist. Der Tierarzt nickte und sagte: „Jetzt hat er seine Flügel“.

„Ich versuchte, alles zu machen, was ich machen konnte. Aber man sagte mir, ich kann nichts mehr machen.“, so Kiara Manrique, die ihre Tränen nicht zurückhalten konnte, nachdem ihr Hund eingeschläfert worden war.

View this post on Instagram

“I always felt safe with him,” said Juliet Rubio as she laid by her dog, Dingo, who is 12. “I hate this, I hate this,” she said over and over again before the passing of Dingo. “He’s given me so much comfort.” As he started to die she cried over him saying over and over, “I love you, I love you. Soon, you’re going to be free again.” • “Last Moments,” is a photo essay that explores the intimacy of the human-animal bond - specifically, the last moments before, and after, the passing of a pet at home with their owner. It is a somber, and intense, testimony to the bond and the pain that comes when it is broken. • This series looks at the intense connection shared between people and their pets. The decision to have at-home pet euthanasia is part of an emerging trend (to have end of life care in the home, instead of in a clinic). Nationally, scores of pet owners go through this painful experience each year. It’s important to note the immense care and compassion that the veterinarian community demonstrates towards the families going through this. • It's also important for people going through this to know they're not alone in their grief, and importantly, that their grief is not to be taken lightly. #love #pets #lastmoments •

A post shared by Ross Taylor (@rosstaylorphoto) on

An einem Tag in Sommer verstand Kai, dass mit seinem Hund Asia etwas nicht stimmte. Asia wurde kurz darauf auf einem Bauernhof begraben.

View this post on Instagram

Wendy Lehr met Dr. Erica Unz with tears in her eyes. As they settled into the living room, thunder boomed outside. A heavy rain pattered against the roof. Mimosa, center, didn’t move and Wendy Lehr notices it. “She’s normally scared of it.” After awhile, Erica Unz asked if they’re ready. “I don’t know if we’ll ever be ready, but I guess it’s time," she said before starting to openly sob. It was one of the hardest cases I've witnessed and brought me to tears immediately. I felt so sad for them. • Today will be my last day posting on the project, "Last Moments". Thanks for everyone who has reached out along the way, it's meant a lot to me. • “Last Moments,” is a photo essay that explores the intimacy of the human-animal bond - specifically, the last moments before, and after, the passing of a pet at home with their owner. It is a somber, and intense, testimony to the bond and the pain that comes when it is broken. • This series looks at the intense connection shared between people and their pets. The decision to have at-home pet euthanasia is part of an emerging trend (to have end of life care in the home, instead of in a clinic). Nationally, scores of pet owners go through this painful experience each year. It’s important to note the immense care and compassion that the veterinarian community demonstrates towards the families going through this. • It's also important for people going through this to know they're not alone in their grief, and importantly, that their grief is not to be taken lightly. #love #pets #lastmoments •

A post shared by Ross Taylor (@rosstaylorphoto) on

Carrie Peterson ließ auf dem Grab ihres Hundes, Asia, Sonnenblumen liegen.

View this post on Instagram

“What am I going to do? What am I going to do?” David Thompson cries over and over shortly before his dog, Spartan, was later euthanized on their house boat located in Port Hudson, Florida. "You’re the best friend I could ever have, you’re my first mate" he said. At right is his wife, Marie.. • “Last Moments,” is a photo essay that explores the intimacy of the human-animal bond - specifically, the last moments before, and after, the passing of a pet at home with their owner. It is a somber, and intense, testimony to the bond and the pain that comes when it is broken. • This series looks at the intense connection shared between people and their pets. The decision to have at-home pet euthanasia is part of an emerging trend (to have end of life care in the home, instead of in a clinic). Nationally, scores of pet owners go through this painful experience each year. It’s important to note the immense care and compassion that the veterinarian community demonstrates towards the families going through this. • It's also important for people going through this to know they're not alone in their grief, and importantly, that their grief is not to be taken lightly. #love #pets #lastmoments •

A post shared by Ross Taylor (@rosstaylorphoto) on

Leigh Zahn saß einfach an ihrem Bettrand und versuchte, die Tränen zurückzuhalten. Er saß neben seinem Hund, Spencer, auf einer Decke zum letzten Mal. Das Bild wurde gemacht, kurz nachdem Spencer ums Leben gekommen war.

View this post on Instagram

Marquita Leibe paced back and forth shortly before bending down to be near her dog, Daisy, minutes before she is put to sleep. At right is her husband, Donald. Shortly after, he stepped outside to compose himself, overwhelmed with grief. • “Last Moments,” is a photo essay that explores the intimacy of the human-animal bond - specifically, the last moments before, and after, the passing of a pet at home with their owner. It is a somber, and intense, testimony to the bond and the pain that comes when it is broken. • This series looks at the intense connection shared between people and their pets. The decision to have at-home pet euthanasia is part of an emerging trend (to have end of life care in the home, instead of in a clinic). Nationally, scores of pet owners go through this painful experience each year. It’s important to note the immense care and compassion that the veterinarian community demonstrates towards the families going through this. • It's also important for people going through this to know they're not alone in their grief, and importantly, that their grief is not to be taken lightly. #love #pets #lastmoments •

A post shared by Ross Taylor (@rosstaylorphoto) on

„Coco war hier für mich.“, war das Einzige, was Rebecca Cassity sagen konnte, als sie ihre Tränen zurückhielt. „Das ist das Beste, was sie bekommen könnte.“, tröstete der Arzt die arme Frau.

View this post on Instagram

Vanessa Gangadyal consoles her son, Ian, 8 while her husband Michael Gangadyal pets their dog, Ally, shortly it’s passing. At right is Erica Unz, a veterinarian with a deep compassion, who comforts the family in the difficult moment. • “Last Moments,” is a photo essay that explores the intimacy of the human-animal bond - specifically, the last moments before, and after, the passing of a pet at home with their owner. It is a somber, and intense, testimony to the bond and the pain that comes when it is broken. • This series looks at the intense connection shared between people and their pets. The decision to have at-home pet euthanasia is part of an emerging trend (to have end of life care in the home, instead of in a clinic). Nationally, scores of pet owners go through this painful experience each year. It’s important to note the immense care and compassion that the veterinarian community demonstrates towards the families going through this. • It's also important for people going through this to know they're not alone in their grief, and importantly, that their grief is not to be taken lightly. #love #pets #lastmoments •

A post shared by Ross Taylor (@rosstaylorphoto) on

Vanessa Gangadyal tröstete ihren achtjährigen Sohn, Ian, während ihr Ehemann, Michael Gangadyal, sie selbst tröstet

Ähnliche Artikel
Jan 18, 2019
Ein erschrockener und dünner Hund, der in einem Käfig verlassen wurde, genest
Jan 22, 2019
Ein Hund, der in einer dreckigen Nachbarschaft ausgesetzt wurde, wollte seine Decke nicht verlassen
Jan 21, 2019
Boo, der ehemalige süßeste Hund der Welt, mit 12 gestorben
Jan 23, 2019
Ein ausgesetzter Hund erwacht auf eine wundersame Weise nachdem er eingeschläfert worden war, und bekommt so eine zweite Chance