Heartbreaking moment dog tries to revive its stray friend hit by car

Wake up, buddy! Heartbreaking moment dog tries to revive its stray friend after she was killed in a hit-and-run accident in the Philippines

  • Mongrel was killed on the roadside in a crash in Quezon City, the Philippines 
  • An Aspin breed desperately scratched and pawed at the dead brown mongrel 
  • He even prodded the mutt’s head and tried to lift her leg up with his mouth

This is the heartbreaking moment a stray dog frantically tried to revive his friend – killed on the roadside in crash.

The white and black Aspin breed desperately scratched and pawed at the brown mongrel in Quezon City, the Philippines.

He even gently prodded the mutt’s head and tried to lift her leg up with his mouth.

Onlooker Jay Villanueva was driving home when parked up to record the scene which he said ‘broke my heart’

The dog spent several minutes trying to wake his companion before reluctantly giving up and slinking away along the pavement.

Onlooker Jay Villanueva was driving home when parked up to record the scene which he said ‘broke my heart’.

He added: ‘Drivers should be careful not to harm anyone on the road, even dogs. They don’t understand the right of way, they don’t understand traffic rules like ‘stop, look and listen’.


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‘Some people will say ‘oh, it’s just a dog’, but look at the video. They are like family, like best friends. Life is so important to them as well.’

Mr Villanueva walked out of his car and moved the body of the dead dog into the bushes. He added: ‘I felt very sorry for both of the dogs, the male was upset. He clearly had feelings.’ 

The white and black Aspin breed desperately scratched and pawed at the brown mongrel in Quezon City, the Philippines

The dog spent several minutes trying to wake his companion reluctantly giving up and slinking away along the pavement 

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