they may wait impatiently for us to return, but we wait impatiently for the reunion too! nothin' better than a big, wet, slobbery kiss after time apart!
You've really captured the moment - the pleasure, the joy owner and dog have in greeting each other.
Pure joy of just that. Just that moment of connect a flash is why a heart pumps.
gotta love a happy ending! wonderful shot!
Thats a whole lot of loving.
Oh what a great shot Daryl - all that love!
Lovely! Those two are halves of the whole happiness thing.
Oh yeah, wiggles and kisses! I do the same thing when I greet CR., but not in public. :>D
Really does make you wonder why we don't have one of those.
Such a great shot! You can really feel the love!
I see this reaction from Teas everytime her man-person walks in the room... I walk in and it is to a snarl and showing of teeth when "her Bob" is in the room.The rest of the time it is "oh ..it's you.. feed me"
That is one smiley, happy pooch!
what a sweet capture ^..^
wonderful!!I love to see animals getting the love they deserveYou caught the best moment
our lives would be so empty without our little friends.
Love this shot, you captured it perfectly, pure love!
Hi - I enjoyed visiting your site. The photos of nyc (and the happy pooch) are great.
How adorable! I could swear that dog is smiling...
They take such joy in whom we are--dogs, I mean.
I need a dog.
aaaaaaaaaaaaaaah...........I approve.High Line this Friday barring awful rain?I LOVED IT
That looks like one happy pup. Great shot!
Oh, my gosh!!I love this series of yours. This is just priceless.We got home at 1 am. I think I wanted to kill my husband for deciding to drive straight through.No wait. I did want to kill him.But it's good to be home. Despite having to park at the end of the driveway and walking the last 1/3 mile home. A tree had come down during (yet another) rain storm.
What a sweet photograph of man and his best friend.
Aww. He's obviously well loved.
Made me feel great!!Cloudia
SO cute!I made two new doggy friends on my mail route today. One man said, "he usually barks. you must be a very calming presence." What a nice thing to hear!
Awww is the only thing to say here :-)
This may be what elevates dogs over cats. (Just for that brief few moments!)
Oh, this is GREAT! I know he is SOOOO excited and happy to see his master. I can feel his joy pouring thru the screen at me =) Makes me miss Melanie's Jake, who is the most beautiful, sweetest, happiest chocolate lab in the world (says his biased grandmom). LOL.
way to go!pets are soul healers!you have captured the moment so beautifully too!
That is an excellent shot! Right place, right time and you caught it.
Oh! That is just so sweet. That is one big smile on that dog!
What a sport! And judging from the teeth, that guy's only about 12-16 weeks old. He's doing that well already? He'll be a good one!