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Deaf dog happily greets her dad home (VIDEO)

Zoesnow_thumb By MissT | September 19, 2012 | Comments (9)

Noelle is a deaf terrier mix. The moment she spots her dad (who is returning from his Army training mission), her tail doesn't stop wagging!

(Note: This video was taken by Dog Foster Mom, who explains why the dogs are in crates in her comment below. "I was taking care of Noelle while her dad was gone, and I volunteer at pet adoption events each weekend. I took Noelle with me to an adoption event at PetSmart so her dad could pick her up there as soon as he got home. He was as anxious to see her as she was to see him!". Thanks Dog Foster Mom!!!)

Dog welcomes home her dad



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I love these welcome home stories. Poor doggies, all they know is their beloved human went away and they think they're just gone. Their reaction is bitter/sweet sight to me as you can tell they just can't believe their eyes. They suffer that loss each time one of our soldiers leaves them. As for the cages, these are not the cages these dogs stay in, they're just in them for the day to be put on display for adoption. PetSmart does a wonderful service to let these people use their facilities for this purpose. :0)
He was giving her orders to jump onto his shoulder so he could hold her he was not trying to make her calm down.
Nice homecoming! Ahem... rules of caging any animals... That cage is TOO small for Noelle. I understand that you're taking care of it, but she's barely having a room in the cage. Rules... must be 6 inches each from the length of head and tail. That cage seems not good size for her. Sorry, but I want the best for all caged animals.
It most certainly was a heartwarming video....just don't understand why the soldier was using commands (looked like me to calm the dog down). She was so happy to see her master....her should have just let her react in her happy way. Otherwise, I loved it!
I love this kind of video! They bond to us as much as we bond to them!
Thanks for explaining! Hope the other sweet guys found homes.
I was taking care of Noelle while her dad was gone, and I volunteer at pet adoption events each weekend. I took Noelle with me to an adoption event at PetSmart so her dad could pick her up there as soon as he got home. He was as anxious to see her as she was to see him!
Why are they all in crates outside a grocery store?
Awww. How sweet.
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