Dogs were named as humans’ best friend for centuries. Dogs have served us truly well as working professionals as cattle dogs, guard dogs, and hunting dogs. Their fluffiness and adorable personalities have made us keep them in our home as a family member. We get back the love we have for them and it’s the most adorable thing ever.
Here are 24 heart-warming photos that show how much our fluffy friends love us. This can melt anyone’s heart for an eternity.
“My friend’s newborn is less than three days old and their dog Zoey is already warming up to him.”
“There, their human.”
When it’s been a rough day and all you want is some attention from your human:
There is nothing better than chilling in the park with your best friend.
“When you get to bring your dog to work, and she reminds you that you’re her favorite person.”
“My son and his puppy — they can’t get enough of each other.”
“I have no doubt in my mind that my dog knows I’m pregnant.”
A look full of love if I ever saw one!
A dynamic duo will last a lifetime.
“We’ve been looking for a buddy for our 10-year-old son for a few weeks and yesterday we found the perfect match!”
“Please be careful. I really want cuddles.”
No matter how old they get, their favorite thing will always be being your puppy.
Cuddles are everyone’s favorite activity.
“My boyfriend and his dog give each other a hug every morning, and I happened to be behind him on the stairs this time.”
“My wife has been sick. Our pups seem to know she isn’t feeling well…”
“While all the other dogs in the park were playing, he was reading a book with his human.”
“Most people teach their dogs to not jump. Personally, I love coming home from work to a good hug.”
“My friend’s dog waiting for him to get home.”
“Mom texted me and said she was going to be a mother again. One minute later I get this picture.”
“My girlfriend took this picture while I was sick and asleep.”
“I’ll miss you so much. Two hours away from you is too long!”
“Just my dog spooning my baby. Nothing to see here.”
They will always be a man’s best friend.
“Don’t worry, hooman. You still have me.”
via – trulymind.org