Dog adorably freaks out about her human coming home after 6 months away

Jul 19, 2013 By Abraham 39

A pup who hadn’t seen her master for over 6 months expresses her excitement at his return with endearingly uncontrollable squeaks, howls, and hugs…

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  1. Kate says:

    Oh! This reminds me of when my Dad was in Iraq years ago. For over a year, our dog wandered around the house, sniffing his chair and looking sad. When he came back, she went nuts! Every time he sat down, she jumped into his lap, and if he had to go to the bathroom, she’d wait outside the door.

  2. Randy Z says:

    That’s a black lab, no? In any case, what a great video. Even my cat Silkie was engaged with it.

  3. auby64 says:

    My 3.5 lb Chihuahua does the same thing for 15 minutes every time I come home. She has severe separation anxiety.

    1. Akuyamigami says:

      Yeah well chihuahuas are barely dogs, they are like mutant big headed rats. It’s probably affraid that if you don’t come back an exterminator will walk by and srush its sad little head in the ground. Ugh what a horrible looking animal.

      1. ILoveAllBreedsYouAss says:

        Wow nothing like talking badly about somebody’s beloved pet on a page celebrating the connection between humans and dogs. You’re a real as*hole, and hopefully it’s your head getting curb stomped, troll.

      2. nancy66 says:

        you’re a little bastard!!! i own a chihuahua and she’s the best little dog i’ve ever had!

    1. Pspaughtamus says:

      Sigh. I went on vacation for two weeks, and when I came home it took my cat about twice as long to forgive me.

    2. Johnson O. says:

      We have a big window right next our front door and my cat sits on the sill in front of it. Every day when I come home from work, she’s waiting for me right there and the second she sees me she’s starts meowing loudly. She then proceeds to follow me around the house everywhere I go until I sit down, at which time she jumps into my lap and will sit there as long as allow her to. So cats can display similar dispositions.

  4. lucie says:

    This should be shown to schools over the world so we can show childern these beautiful creatures feel and love too and are smart not to be used for shameful abuse :( this was just so lovely <3 <3

  5. e. j. vieth says:

    my boy and I (French bulldog) have never ever been apart for more than a few hours, and he is like glued to me when I am home. I am worried sick about if I ever had to go somewhere overnight or a few days, he’s 8 years old and getting more clingy with age.

    1. Leo says:

      Just a little word of caution be careful I had a bull mastiff like that for 8 years he went every where with me I own my own business so we were together always even on vacations, but when he died of a heart attack it almost killed me I couldn’t function for months worst than loosing a parent for me, so please try and condition yourself for the loss or it will hurt like hell.

  6. Geoff says:

    if you wanna know who loves you the most
    lock your woman and your dog in the boot of your car for an hour
    then see who’s happy to see you when you open it

  7. Adrienne says:

    This is an amazing video! I knew I recognized it somewhere–that’s my cousin’s husband coming home to her and their dog, Bug! Bug has his own Facebook page, too, by the way. He is a well-loved member of the family (if you couldn’t tell by the video). What a perfect display of inter-species interaction and mutual affection!

    1. Bada says:

      It’s his life, and who are you to judge other people’s decisions? Why call “pointless”someone else’s choices? You don’t know. Just watch the video, smile at the dog and keep your judgments to yourself.

    2. Spider says:

      I’m guessing you’re saying this because you don’t like war. Fine, everybody hates war, But you know the military does a lot more than just fighting in wars, right? They bring disaster relief, help during emergency situations, keep civilians protected during times of chaos such as floods, power outages, etc. Yeah, there are stupid soldiers who use it as a way to be a bully, but most are truly concerned with keeping people – not just those in their own country – safe and protected.

  8. Sanja says:

    i guess this man serves in the military because of all the benefits he gets from having a job like that. and it is nothing but a job. that allows him to have and keep a dog and have a house with a garden. judging americas foreign politics here… that is not the subject. however, this is: animals ! what a wonderful thing to feel their love…animals are nothing like humans, they are sincere, direct, they never lie. so i always trust an animal more than i’d trust a human as i know what i can expect. they give unconditional love…something we have forgotten along our “great development” and modern times. i think it’s wonderful you kept that moment alive by filming it ! cool !

  9. Maria Johnson says:

    Another reason why dogs are better than cats! Cats do not have the same emotions. Some cats & I mean ‘exceptional’ cats may give you a luke warm response. But in general most dogs show a similar welcome home to this beautiful dog.
    All dogs are beautiful AKUYAMIGAMI you are just an idiot!

  10. Ash says:

    This was awesome! Don’t understand why dogs and cats are compared. They were never meant to be the same. I love dogs but their energy levels can be too much for me, so cats are a better choice for a pet.

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