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Triple Hugs: Three Excited Dogs Welcome Home Their Marine (VIDEO)

By Danielle Sullivan |

Triple Hugs: Three Excited Dogs Welcome Home Their Marine via Babble

Each pup gets -and gives- a big hug!

It’s difficult to pass up watching a military reunion , whether it’s between people or pets. I watched a montage the other day of service men and women surprising their kids at school and during sporting events. I teared up like a baby, but I couldn’t stop watching it.

And whenever there is a new video of a uniformed service person reuniting with his dog, I’m there, on YouTube, captivated with a tissue in hand.

But this one is something I’ve never seen before…. 

It shows a marine who was away for two months, seated in his backyard when not one, but three dogs burst with excitement just at the sight of him.

The unidenitified solider is greeted with amazing love, hugs and kisses from his beloved pups. You might not think that two months is a long time, but they certainly did.

Stunned by his dogs’ reactions, the marine is heard saying, “You didn’t think I was ever coming back.”

Apparently they didn’t. The video has gone viral and has a little over a half million views.

Image: YouTube


Follow Danielle on Twitter and Facebook and Pinterest (where she maintains an ‘Adorable Pups’ board), or find her at her blog, Just Write Mom and Babble’s Strollerderby.



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About Danielle Sullivan


Danielle Sullivan

Danielle Sullivan writes for Babble Pets. She is also an award-winning parenting writer, who authors a monthly column for NY Parenting and ASPCA Parents blog. You can read more of her work at her blog,Some Puppy To Love. Read bio and latest posts → Read Danielle's latest posts →

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