Man carries his paraplegic puppy in his arms to enjoy the rain: "He still loves it"

 “I will take care of you until the end my furry son,” said Agea Santos, who will always be there for his furry friend, Alvin, who suffered a stroke and can no longer stand up like before.




"I will take care of you till the end, my furry son," said Agea Santos, who will always be there for his furry companion, Alvin, who had a stroke and is unable to stand up as he used to.




Taking care of a pet is a huge duty, much like raising a kid, because it is a live being that will rely entirely on the attention of its human father. That is why, when you have a furry buddy at home, you must understand that there will be good and bad moments, but the most essential thing is to constantly be with him.


As a result, skilled pet carers will do all in their power to ensure that their companion loves life even when his body no longer reacts as it once did. Agea Santos of Salvador de Bahia, Brazil, does this when her puppy has a stroke and she is concerned about continuing to live her usual life.


One of his canine, Alvinfavorite ,'s pastimes was running in the rain and playing in the water. Santos takes him in his arms despite the fact that he can no longer walk and has difficulties standing, so the animal may still enjoy the water flowing on him.


This can be seen in a video he posted on his Instagram account, where you can see the moment when the dog falls to the ground while walking, but his owner instantly approaches him, takes him in his arms, and pulls him up so that he can experience the rain.



"He used to adore running in the rain and staying in the water, and he still does." She wanted to relive a happy experience after everything that had transpired. I will look after you to the end, my furry kid. "I want to express my gratitude to my wife Ray for taking such amazing care of him," Santos stated in the post.


In another video, while the puppy could still play in the rain, he left a message for all pet owners. "Enjoy your hairy little baby before he becomes old or sick, since he grows out of it too quickly." "This footage is two years old; he became old and doesn't walk well after having a stroke," he explained.







"He lost mobility on his left side, including his eyesight, as a result of the stroke, so he is slowly relearning how to walk." "He was undergoing physiotherapy with a professional and acupuncture with another; he will return soon since it is really beneficial to his recuperation," Santos added.



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