A German Shepherd named Freya stole the hearts of the internet with her heartwarming reaction to being reunited with her owner after a long separation.
The video, uploaded to the Rumble Viral YouTube channel on November 17th, 2017, has already garnered over 347,000 views and nearly 3,000 likes. It features an adorable German Shepherd named Freya being reunited with her owner after having spent months apart.
The video begins when the owner gets to where Freya has been staying. People emerge from a blue car and make their way to a house door. A woman enters the house, greeting Freya the German Shepherd while her owner remains hiding out of sight.
A plea to find a terminally ill Beagle a forever home for Christmas has been answered. Griswold, an 8-year-old beagle battling lymphoma, will spend what might be his last Christmas with a loving family.
Richmond Animal League (RAL) put out the call to find Griswold a home after they learned there was no long-term treatment that could help him. Griswold also has chronic dry eye and some skin issues.
One of the best dogs for children of all ages, Labrador Retrievers are kindly, good-natured, and take most things in stride.
Most Labrador Retrievers are very friendly with everyone, though compared to Golden Retrievers, many Labs are just a bit more conservative with their affections.
It’s been often said that dogs are the only creatures on earth that love you more than they love themselves. Well, Labrador Retrievers are no exception!
But sometimes, we take our furry friends and wonderful companions for granted. There are important life lessons that are sometimes easy to forget in our hectic lives, that all Lab owners must never forget.
If we want to pay back the favor and give them the best life possible, these 20 important reminders should serve you well as awesome Labrador owners. The last one (#20) brought me to tears…
Check out the 20 Things All Labrador Owners Must Never Forget on the next page:
“We thought it was a creative and cute way to show that he’s our baby no matter how big he is.”
When Danielle Schweiger and her husband decided to welcome a little Akita puppy named Bear into their family, they knew things at home were about to change. But even they, perhaps, couldn’t have guessed just how quickly their new pet would change as well.
When Dex was brought in as a stray to theAustin Animal Center in Texas in January, things did not look good for the young dog.
At barely a year old, the little pug weighed just 10 pounds, and was in serious danger of losing his vision. Being left alone in a barren cage until the end of his stray hold — the number of days that shelters are required to hold a stray to give owners an opportunity to claim them — meant putting off urgently needed medical attention.
Eddie Olivarez was taking a break from his job at Albertsons, a grocery store in Arcadia, California, when he spotted a shoebox sitting on the ground by the dumpsters. He could have just tossed the shoebox away, but something told him to lift the lid and see what was inside.
When he did, he got the biggest surprise. The tiniest puppy was inside.