Over the course of the last year, I filmed the expressions of dogs that came to stay at a boarding kennel where I work. There was always so much emotion behind their eyes and I imagined what they could say if they could talk. Every dog dealt with being temporarily separated from their home and family they loved in a different way.
Some barked- sometimes non-stop, others waited patiently for their family to return. Some were happy, some were sad, some excited, and others depressed. But they all had one thing in common- no matter the breed, size, shape or color, if you looked into their eyes you could see the deep love for their family and how much they missed them while they were away. I think this is true love. Hug your dog!
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