Woman Spreads Dead Dog’s Ashes, Doesn’t Know Dog Will Say ‘Goodbye’ When She Does It

Over time spent together, dogs become our best friends in the world. After all, there are few things in this world that can offer as much emotional support as a loyal dog can. They are always happy to see us when we get home, they can lift our spirits when we’re having a bad day and they are always willing to listen to us when we need a friend. Although we bond very closely with dogs, the pain when they eventually pass away is nearly unbearable.
Still, something unusual happened to dog owner Ashley Lang in the same situation.

Lang and her adorable Golden Retriever Wagner were best friends.

The two would often go to the park together and play, toss a frisbee around and generally have fun together. Although Wagner lived to the ripe old age of 12 (a significant length of time for a dog), he eventually passed away. To honor his memory, Lang decided to have Wagner cremated and planned to scatter his ashes in the dog park where they would play together.

But she wasn’t ready for what happened next.

Lang followed through with her plan to scatter Wagner’s ashes as her friend snapped a picture of the occasion.

Still, the two friends discovered something very unusual in the photo. At the same moment that Lang was tossing the ashes into the air, something seemed to appear in the film that looked more than a little bit like a dog! It was a kind of pale splotch right in front of Lang that seemed to be a dog jumping through the air, complete with a head, legs, tail and everything else.

Needless to say, Lang’s discovery got a lot of attention—both locally and on the internet.

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