Let's see those greetings!

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...because the unconditional love is one of the best things about having a dog. Boo doesn't get too excited when we leave for just a few hours, but she does this when I come home after an extended time away. It just melts my heart.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TuoFJO7vrDc&feature=youtu.be

You need sound - in the beginning it's almost black because it was dark inside when I walked in the door, but you can see her once I turn the light on :D

So let's see your happy dogs!
 

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Abrams is actually pretty calm and quiet when I get home "on schedule". He's more excited to be able to go outside to look for squirrels than he is me coming in the door. When my coming and going is routine, they treat it like I was just in the other room with the door shut and then came back out.

However, I will TOTALLY be videoing him when Michael gets home in about a month. I envision much whining and crying and flailing, as that is what he does when we greet him after we've left and he didn't know when we were coming back.

I'll try to get a video of Cynder, too. I swear she went in to shock when he came home over Christmas during his training. She just sat at his feet staring at him and just whined under her breath and after he came inside she just stared at him for the longest time. Haha
 

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