Dogs can’t contain excitement after doggy daycare



These two pups get very excited when their owner collects them from doggy daycare after spending all day at work. Must see! Source & embed code: …

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28 thoughts on “Dogs can’t contain excitement after doggy daycare

  • August 21, 2018 at 1:11 pm
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    They're telling you all about their day Daddy…LOL
    " I saw another dog & I sniffed his butt…then we ate lunch…then I sniffed a couple more butts…then we all played Ball…the I sniffed more butts…then You Came Back Daddy"

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  • August 21, 2018 at 1:11 pm
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    There is only one way to have not one but two dogs be that happy show love to their human. They have been raised in a very healthy and loving environment. Their behavior is joy and joy can't be trained or even beaten into a dog. Nope those two dogs cherish their human and their lives! Good job dude!

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  • August 21, 2018 at 1:11 pm
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    We take our Husky to Doggy Day Care twice a week and she loves it. She can burn off energy and socialize with other dogs. All needed for their well being and happiness. She thanks us as well.

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  • August 21, 2018 at 1:11 pm
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    This isnt excitement after doggie daycare. They are excited to be reunited with their alpha again. Where they were means nothing. Wolves in the wild do the same thing when the pack leader or male and female alpha goes off and comes back.

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  • August 21, 2018 at 1:11 pm
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    I worked in a small office, I'm retired now, where the 4 coworkers who owned dogs, all had them in doggy daycare. One coworker had to pull strings at her daycare, just to get another coworker, who got a puppy, on the WAITING LIST.
    I went with a coworker a few times when she picked up her 2 Goldens, and it was hilarious.
    They had an option for dogs bored with daycare, to cart them off to a huge fenced area they called, "Adventure Park" for an extra $15 a visit.

    The dogs LOVED it and would line up to get in their crates on the bus for the trip.
    It wasn't exactly a park……The dogs were allowed to run wild through mudholes, etc.
    I was there with my coworker one day when the bus pulled up outside on the far end of the converted warehouse After being let out of their crates, they all got in line and obediently waited for their quick showers to rinse the caked mud off.
    This place was huge, and had areas with couches for "senior dogs," one for puppies, training areas, an area for "smaller stature dogs," it was so cute.
    My coworker's 2 Goldens were the sweetest dogs, of course, and the only larger stature dogs allowed to play with a couple of their buddies in the "smaller stature dogs" area.

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  • August 21, 2018 at 1:11 pm
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    Lol….Dogs are so adorable….they are always wanting to show there love…bet you three have a so much Fun!

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