The Most Faithful Dog Stories

Dogs are opposite to the word supercilious; they are so selfless that they can sacrifice their lives for their masters. I wish if we could see the world in the way dogs do. However, in this article, we will cover some of the most faithful dog stories that might make you cry. Here we go!

An Unnamed Dog Nudged Its Master Off the Track

[caption id="attachment_9283" align="alignnone" width="300"] Image credits: shutterstock.com[/caption] A person in Karaganda in Kazakhstan was under the influence of alcohol and slept on a railway track; his dog sensed the severity of the situation and put its all efforts to take him off the track. The dog was relentlessly pushing, pulling, nudging its master, and finally, it saved him, but in the process, it lost its life as the train hit the dog.

Captain a Miguel Guzman’s Dog

[caption id="attachment_9285" align="alignnone" width="300"] Image credits: mindblowing-facts.org[/caption] It is the story of a dog named Captain. When Miguel Guzman, the master of Captain in Argentia, died in 2006, Captain immediately ran away from the house and started guarding the grave of Mr. Guzman. The dog guarded Mr. Guzman’s grave until its last breath. After Captain's death, it was buried beside Miguel Guzman’s grave.

Fido an Italian Street Dog

[caption id="attachment_9287" align="alignnone" width="300"] Image credits: Mugello Travel[/caption] This is the story of an Italian street dog Fido. During World War II, on December 30, 1943, the master of the dog was subjected to a violent air raid. Fido used to go to receive its master at the bus stop; on that day, it did the same, but it went back disheartened as its master did not come. However, it never lost its hope, and since that day, he had been visiting the bus stop every day. In the hope to see the man Fido loved the most, it would visit the bus stop for 14 years, and finally, on June 9, 1958, it died at the bus stop.


[caption id="attachment_9289" align="alignnone" width="300"] Image credits: timeout.com[/caption] The story of Hachiko is the same as Fido, it also used to go to receive its master at Shibuya station, but on a tragic day, its master died of Cerebral Hemorrhage. Hachiko still continued to visit the station for nine years and nine & half months in the hope to see its master again, and finally died on March 8, 1935. Dogs are very loyal; they just want an ample amount of love, and in return, they can do anything for their masters. Dogs are the world’s most beautiful and loyal creatures and we should take care of them.

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