An incredibly loyal dog continues to visit the grave of his dead owner four years after her death, with video showing how excited she gets every time.
Joha died four years ago and her dog Benito has since been taken care of by her sister Belen in the city of Villaguay, the central Argentine province of Entre Rios.
A tear-jerking video seen more than than 3.5 million times on Twitter shows Benito getting excited every time he goes to visit Joha's crypt where her coffin is located.
The adorable fluffy dog excitedly travels in the car and begins to whine as soon as it pulls up at the cemetery.
Benito jumps out of the vehicle and runs to where Joha has been laid to rest, while Belen is heard saying "let's go see your mum".
They enter the crypt with the coffin inside and the dog jumps up and down, while a text on the video says: "He is asking to be lifted up."
Benito is then lifted onto the coffin by a man and seems to settle down.
The clip was shared with a post: "Witness the unconditional love.
"Joha is my sister, she died four years ago and he is Benito, her pet, who accompanied her for the last two years of life and continues to do so to this day."
The following text reads: "He stays like this until we leave."
The video has been retweeted 34.7k times and received more than 180.9k likes, followed by a thread: "They (dogs) are the most wonderful beings in existence, simply because they are the only ones giving their unconditional eternal love."
Viewers were touched by Benito's lovely tribute to his owner.
One commented: "I see this video and I think that they will never convince me that people are better than dogs.
"No one in life is going to love you like them, no one will be unconditional, they never let you down, good love."
Another wrote: "Oh my God, I cried. Definitively we do not deserve animals, how much love."