This Dog Barks At Her Everyday, But Then The Unexpected Happened!

Advertisements & commercials…as we know, must always hit their target audience in order to be effective. And unlike other mediums, these ads often have a very short span of life. And in that short time frame they must elicit a response from the audience watching or reading it. And hopefully it has an emotional connection with the audience to move them to take action.

The greatest advertisements in history, those that will forever be remembered, became so popular because they aimed for the heart and were successful. In the video on the Next Page, you’ll discover a similar very powerful ad that involves an adorable dog that you will fall in love with. It is a marketing strategy created by a Thailand conglomerate called Krungthai Bank, that proves without a doubt just how powerful a video can be if done the right way. And in this case…all dog lovers heart will melt when you watch this!

Continue on the next page to watch this powerful video.


    • although i know it was just a commercial, just like the article said, i cried like a baby too. i am such an animal lover. from wild life to domestic. animals show so much love and compassion. yet people don’t believe. and there are so many that hurt abuse and neglect them. we see it over and over when an animal show feelings and even helps others that are not even their species. it just breaks my heart that i cannot do more than donate a little here and there

      • Very true!! It also touches my heart!! Animals have helped me more then any human being ever could. They are always there, and that look in their eyes. Melts my heart.

  1. God.. I couldn’t stop crying. I live in Mauritius. Vets stop working at about 6:00 PM. Looking at this I remembered how I lost my Bozo 2 years back.. Taking him to vet’s for 3 consecutive days was not enough. Maybe if we had a 24 hour animal hospital services he could be saved.. My 4 dogs and 1 cat that I have now..I don’t even know how i will survive the loss of even any one of them some day

  2. Omg.. I can’t stop crying.. So sad!!! Kinda wish I didn’t watch the video … Dogs are so awesome..I do believe they know how much joy they bring you …

  3. Ninon Ruscher, i too could not get the video to play so I clicked on the 3 dots on top right corner. It will give you the option to view in the a different browser. It worked. It’s worth it. Good but teary video.

  4. Thank You to All involved in this dangerous rescue mission.
    Neither the dog nor I would have servived without you both.

    I am very grateful. You saved our lives., Thursday, August 27, 2016.

    Ellen M. Parent,

  5. I recently lost my dog of 11 1/2 years. I loved her so much. this made me cry hard. I miss her. I can’t understand how some people can be cruel or even so indifferent to animals. They are such loyal companions.

  6. I liked the thought but the lady shouldnt have gave it chicken legs or other bones, the small or other bones in them can get stuck in their throat or Stomachs. we lost one this way.

  7. I have been through this love and loss. I am glad that the person who posted this also included a warning so that I could be prepared for the bumpy ride. By the way, I have had more than one dachshund. All have died. One died in my arms, and one of my most recent had to be put to sleep. I had my hand on his head while he received the injection that robbed him of his life. I was 65 years old at the time, and I cried like a baby. As I type this, I have his little brother sleeping beside me. And when he dies, it is my plan to adopt an older rescue.

    • I share your sentiment on your dogs. I work with a rescue group in the Chicago area, Illinois Doberman Rescue Plus, and the plus is the other breeds and cats.

      I liked your last line in your posting. Not Long ago I took a 14 year old Doxie that had been dumped in an animal control facility a state over and our group was called if we could help him. He is wonderful and senior rescue dogs are my love. I am 78 and always help with the mill dogs. Bless you and your little Doxie.

  8. Loved it! And also cried like a baby. Anyone who loves animals would. Especially those of us who have loved and lost dogs- they are family members.

  9. I cried like everyone else If you don’t have any emotions about that dog something is wrong. We lost our miniature Shellie about 2 years ago. I stil grieve for her. Gracie could look up at me and call me mama.Due to health problems from myself and my husband I don’t believe we could take care of one that has to be taken out for walks. Maybe soon.

  10. Loved this story, had tears running down my face. When my Harley had to be put down, I cried like a baby. The love between a dog and their owner runs so deep. I would do anything for my precious babies. They love you no matter what. I believe that we will see our lost ones
    in Heaven one day.

  11. I have lost too many pets over my 75 years not to react to this story, even tho it is just a story. I love my furbabies and miss each of them. I remember them with every year I shed watching this. I think about those who were buried in back yards we have since moved from and those whose ashes are in beautiful little urns my husband has turned for them, so we don’t have to ever leave them behind again. Their ashes will be mixed with ours. Together forever.

  12. I adore dogs realy are your best friend I still tear up thinking of my boy who had bad cancer I feel guilty for putting him to sleep but he visits in my dreams and we cuddle

  13. I just lost my dog a year ago , looked a lot
    Like this dog , I cried so hard , but I am glad she is a vet , it’s so hard to what these


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