After dog is hit and killed by car, family’s brutal sign has the whole neighborhood talking.

People who have had a dog before, or taken care of one for a while, know how a strong bond is often created between them.

My father was always adamant that our family would never get a dog. He was so opposed to the idea that it was only when my brothers and I surprised our mother with a dog for Christmas that he finally agreed to let it stay.

Surprisingly, in just three months, there was someone in the house who absolutely loved that dog more than anyone else. They admired the dog so much that they worshipped it, and that person happened to be my dad.

Having lived with a dog for numerous years, I have experienced firsthand how rapidly they become cherished members of the family. That’s why the thought of losing a dog to a fast-moving car is genuinely devastating.

Some individuals view burying a dog as similar to burying a family member.

Regrettably, numerous dogs are struck and fatally injured every year due to irresponsible drivers who exceed the speed limit. These individuals either disregard traffic regulations, even in residential zones, or arrogantly assume they can evade the consequences of reckless driving.

If someone you are familiar with comes to your thoughts, it might be a good idea to share with them a popular sign that spread online when a family tragically lost their dog to a fast driver.

According to reports, the family put up the sign on their front yard hoping that drivers would pay attention to their warning.

I understand that some people may find the message a bit strong, but personally, I can relate to the family’s difficult situation.

”We buried our dog last week because you won’t slow down,” the sign read. “If you hit 1 of my kids your family may be burying you.”

The sign’s picture was shared on Reddit and then on Facebook, gaining huge popularity.

A Facebook user penned a message. ”Love the sign. People drive way too fast in neighborhoods. More than 20 is to fast. Kids on bikes. Kids playing in their own yard and a ball goes in the street, it happens. So why is there this problem. Well it’s because people are f**king idiots. Plain and simple.”

Meanwhile, a user on Reddit mentioned.I never understand why people speed through neighborhoods…or parking lots. Seriously…what’s the logic in that?” 

”Damn straight! One of my dogs got away from me and the woman who ran over him didn’t even slow down. Just ran over him. Same could happen to a child,” Another person joined Facebook.

However, some people also had negative things to say about the sign. They believed that the family should keep their dogs from wandering freely to avoid any danger.

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