An emotional viral video of a sniffer dog who refuses to leave its retiring handler has stirred warm emotions among netizens.
The viral video has captured the touching moment of a detection dog who is trying its best to stop its retiring handler from leaving the barracks in China.
The sniffer dog named Bei Bei, who is a German Shepherd breed, is seen in the video holding onto the bag of its handler trying to stop him leaving. Bei Bei even tried to stop the door from closing also kept running behind the moving vehicle.
In the video, it is shown that Sargent Zhang Wei was getting retired, and he was handing out his detection dog to the fellow officer.
And when he was saying goodbye to his fellow officers before leaving the barracks in China, the dog bit the corner of Zhang Wei duffle bag, trying to stop him from leaving.
Then Zhang Wei bends down and gives his dog the final kiss, and asked his fellow officer to take him away. Then he got up and started to walk away, trying to hold back his tears.
When Sargent Zhang Wei got into the military car, Bei Bei started barking and started to run towards the car, and rests his paws on the vehicle door.
Sargent Zhang Wei had to pat its head, but he kept on waving, saying goodbye. The dog tried its best to stop its handler, Bei Bei even tried to stop the door from being closed with his paws and also kept running behind the moving car. But finally, the dog was pulled back by another officer.
This heartwarming video touched millions of Chinese who praised the true love and friendship between the Sargent and his partner sniffer dog.
Someone wrote, this video has brought tears in the eyes, this is the real friendship that can’t be found.
Another user said that they are partners they used to work and fight together. Just like humans, animals also have emotions, and they can get attached to us.
One more person said in the comment that this is a touching video, we can see the deep connection between these two.
Another similar video is on trending, where five sniffer dogs refused to leave the side of their handlers from a fire brigade in China. The Fire brigade said that all five dogs will be taken care of by the local government.