Pets are love and pets are life. Whether you like them or not, you can’t deny the fact that they put some rainbow sprinkles on your day, figuratively speaking. All pets are wonderful, but if there is one species that is able to turn up the party, then it’s definitely our canine friends. Dogs are absolutely amazing. They remind us of smaller and hairier versions of humans that love nothing more than to have fun. It seems like we can never get enough of the puppy awesomeness.
They keep us at our toes with their antics and melt us into puddles of mush when they turn on their charm. They are like our furry offspring that likes to wake us up early in the morning to go potty but we don’t mind because they are adorable. Scientists have conducted comprehensive research and have determined that when a person looks at a pet dog, the hormone oxytocin is produced in his or her body. Apparently, that’s why dogs love to look at their master with their gentle eyes, when they want to get something. By the way, the same hormone in the body is produced when a person looks at a small child. This oxytocin is the sole culprit why dogs “understand” us so profoundly. Many dog owners can confirm that whenever they are sad, worried or anxious their dog starts to behave differently, as if they can read our thoughts and feelings. It is hard for our dogs to see us leave them for a few hours when we go to work.
When they see us come back in the evening, there isn’t much they wouldn’t do out of happiness. Can you imagine what happens when we leave them for longer? This guy had to leave his faithful German Shepherd dog with his mom while away for work. He had been separated from his Freya for months and they probably had some late night Skype calls to catch up, but even though the picture looks like her owner, Freya knows it is not the real deal. So when the time came for Freya’s human to finally come home, his family knew what had to be done.
They hid him behind the door and turned the camera on, because their bond is so strong, they knew some kind of drama will ensue and they were not wrong! After a few months apart, Freya the German Shepherd is finally reunited with her owner in this heartwarming clip. Just listen to those cries of happiness! In case you didn’t have enough of doggie happiness in this clip, then definitely check out this compilation of dogs being reunited with their owners. Featured are people from all walks of life, as they get home to be greeted by their loyal companions.