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100%. Every minute of life with Buster makes me happy. He absolutely lights up my life, he's just the happiest little guy around. I'm at a friends house right now for her birthday and I can't wait to get home to see him :)
 

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Makes me feel so good, seeing others that love their dogs as much as my wife and I love Samantha. When Samantha lays in bed with us, touching both of us, and gazing lovingly into our eyes, we both just melt on the spot. She is truly our fur baby, and our lives would not be complete without her.
 

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Happiness with Jessie is having cuddles with her on couch(if im lucky like atm) or cuddle up to me on my bed curled into me or curled under covers at side of me or in my legs, its also cuddling with her on my chest with her head under my chin, the way she gazes into my eyes. The way she looks at me, the way she talks to me, looks after me, likes her walks, the way she runs on a walk, training her.

Charlie: him laying at my feet and me with my bare feet rubbing/massaging him with my feet hearing his grunts and groans of contentment and how he snuggles on my foot, the way he is so happy and excitied to see me when i go round to see him! when he stays over the way he greets me in the morning tail wagging happy face. The way when i stay over how he wants to come on my bed but i say no due to his arthirtis. that pure lab look :) @revolutionrockandroll is in process of painting charlie for me!

Truly though happiness with dogs is contentment, feeling safe and loved on both sides. whatever makes both you happy! i do love how excitied jess is to see me home when i do get home though :)
 

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I had a college student who'd come in for some doggie therapy ask if she could call my dog. Since we were alone in an enclosed space, she and the dog knew each other, and I was confident about everyone handling the situation, I dropped the leash and told her to call him. He raced over to her delightedly and while he was receiving the petting he knew he'd get for responding to her call, she looked at me and said, "There's nothing better than watching a happy dog racing toward you."

Gotta admit that watching a dog rush delightedly to you, as if he can't wait one extra second to be in your presence, is pretty great.
 

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I had a college student who'd come in for some doggie therapy ask if she could call my dog. Since we were alone in an enclosed space, she and the dog knew each other, and I was confident about everyone handling the situation, I dropped the leash and told her to call him. He raced over to her delightedly and while he was receiving the petting he knew he'd get for responding to her call, she looked at me and said, "There's nothing better than watching a happy dog racing toward you."

Gotta admit that watching a dog rush delightedly to you, as if he can't wait one extra second to be in your presence, is pretty great.
And its an honest emotion, because our dogs only know honesty.
 
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