Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Tie a yellow ribbon

(h/t to Susan for this)

Happiness is contagious so I hope this puts a smile on your face:

A whole bunch more videos of dogs greeting their soldier dads returning from Afghanistan can be found here.


Unknown said...

Aww, this is lovely Fred. I went to the youtube site and really liked what this soldier had to say:

"...if you ever want to get a dog, go to the pound. Pound dogs will always appreciate what you did for them. Save a life, adopt a mutt. Mixed breeds rule. Gracie was on doggie death row -- she had been there for four months -- when we got her. She was days away, and she's been the best dog and a vital part of our family for the past five years. It's funny that a little dog that was found abandoned in a pen in West Virginia, completely neglected, could put a smile on so many faces."

Anonymous said...

No one is happier than a happy dog! It's so good for both of them that he came home: there are dogs still waiting, who will wait forever. Because no one is more loyal and patient than a dog, either.