Ahhh, the feels!
Nothing like a reunion video to get the emotions running haywire! Especially a reunion video between a dog and his marine owner!
And to ensure his human does scurry off again on duty, this doggo has a clever plan... steal the hat!
Leny is one of those golden retrievers that will put an instant smile on your face! Leny went viral for his most favorite pastime activity. It's not chasing birds that he loves the most nor cuddling with his favorite toy — Leny just absolutely can't get enough of sliding down a hill! But even with his newfound fame, his priorities remain the same: sliding down the hills and into your hearts. For more of this adorable good boy, check out hisInstagram page.
Be still our beating hearts! This is simply too cute not to gush over!
Just a warning, watching this video
might will result in squealing and all sorts of weird noises you need to be prepared for. Hearts have melted during this video, we know this because it happened to us.
Enjoy the major aww's!
Shame on this dogs previous owner for trying to get the vets to put him down -- just because he was overweight! Truly disgusting.
Thankfully, when the previous owner brought the golden retriever, named Kai, to the vet, the vet immediately contacted the Misfits of Alberta Animal Rescue, which helped put Pam Heggie together with Kai. Their goal was to help Kai lose that dangerous weight and find him a home where Kai would be given the TLC he so clearly deserves.
Heggie, his new foster mother, has told Good Morning America that she didn't know much about Kai and his past, but knew he needed help. The vet told Heggie that Kai was the most overweight animal she has ever seen, and that "anything you do is gonna help that dog."
Kai first weighed a whopping 172 pounds before Heggie stepped in and helped him lose more than half of his body weight!
After losing both of his eyes to glaucoma, Charlie the adorable golden retriever gets his wn seeing eye dog and it's a pawsitively perfect match. Charlie is an 11-year-old golden retriever who lost both of his eyes in 2016, after suffering from glaucoma. But now, the blind golden has a new pal to help him navigate the world — a 4-month-old puppy named Maverick. His owners, Adam and Chelsea Stipe from North Carolina brought Maverick home in January, and though the two didn't initially get along, they've since become close buds — with Charlie relying on the puppy for nearly everything, from walking, playing, eating, and even using him as a pillow. Here are some adorable photos of their special friendship and their daily routine together. And if you want to follow these two good boys, visit their instagram page.