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You can feel the love.
Service members love their dogs and their dogs love them right back. Is there anything more heartwarming than watching veterans return home to sweet reunions with the pets they have missed? No, there is not. This Veterans Day, have all the feels over these photos and videos of brave Americans and their four-legged friends:
A photo posted by BEST DOG EVER (@best_dog_ever_in_carlsbad) on
“On this Veterans Day, let us remember the service of our veterans, and let us renew our national promise to fulfill our sacred obligations to our veterans and their families who have sacrificed so much so that we can live free.” – Dan Lipinski. In honor of ALL who have served. Thank you. #veteransday2015 #honorourveterans #courage #service #sacrifice #mwd #military #loyalty #mansbestfriend #gotyoursix #dogstagram #dogsoffreedom #dogsofinstagram #freedomisnotfree
A photo posted by Dogs of Freedom (@dogsoffreedom) on
Thank you to our veterans for their service.
Image via Instagram.com/dogsoffreedom
Carrie Nelson is a writer and documentary filmmaker. Nelson’s reporting for the Daily Dot focused on LGBTQ issues, feminism, and internet culture.