Serving his country has been Daniel Hove’s life’s work. He served in the Air Force for a long time. He joined the fire department after being released from the army. Hove’s doctor gave him a “devas.ta.ting” diagnosis of pancreatic cancer in 2012.
Gunner, a devoted Labrador who is 11 years old, belongs to Daniel. These two are inseparable best friends and never part ways. This dog is an absolutely moving example of the dedication and affection that a Gunner dog exhibits throughout the world.
Sadly, Hove’s health deteriorated in his final years. However, Hove and Gunner the dog are frequently seen cuddling. The dog is incredibly devoted and never deserts its owner.
Hove’s situation grew more challenging despite chemotherapy treatments. Hove never leaves Gunner’s side, not even while he sleeps. Along with Hove’s health, Gunner’s health also decreases by “li.ne.” They remained great friends till the very end, according to Hove’s daughter Heather Nicoletti.
Since Hove’s illness worsened, the dog has been “fa.lling unwell.” This endless period has been entered by Hove and his dog Gunner. Hove is unresponsive, and Gunner the dog is unresponsive.
After a few days, Gunner grew drowsy. He felt his arm swelling and going numb. Gunner, the dog owned by Heather’s father, needs to depart.
Heather said: ‘I called the vet clinic where I used to work, they let me in right away and I took him up there, put him to sleep. then about an hour and a half later, my father also passed away.
Our thoughts and prayers are with their family, who are currently grieving the loss of both a father and a four-legged family member.
“We know they will go together. but no one thought they went together at the same time. When they lived the good life they were always together and now go to heaven they go together too.”