German shepherds must experience five days as opposed to five minutes of separation from their owners based on how happy they are to see them when they come home. When their owner is nearby, these devoted dogs are at their happiest. Since German shepherds are herding dogs at heart, they thrive when protecting their pack; therefore, separation from their human companions can be traumatic for them. Whether their owner is on vacation, in the hospital, or deployed, their dog waits for them every day, worrying about where they are.
Taking Rocky, a German shepherd whose owner David was away for five long months as an example. Rocky was shocked when David eventually came back and met him in the backyard. Rocky was taken aback to see David again after such a long time and wasn’t prepared for this. Opening the backdoor starts the reunion. Rocky explores the yard and sees a man in a sweatshirt standing in the back. Rocky starts to go in the direction of the person despite being a little confused about what is happening.
He kneels to talk to Rocky whilst still Rocky barks at the scene. Rocky is unsure, though. Despite being familiar, something seems different. The man decides to remove his hoodie at that point. Rocky starts to suspect the stranger is his father, David when he does. Rocky then approaches his father and collapses into his arms. We challenge you not to cry when you see Rocky’s joy upon learning that his father is at last home. Rocky soon becomes wild with excitement to see David once more.
Fortunately, there is a video that perfectly captures the reunion because it is too sweet to put into words. David comforts Rocky as he lavishes kisses on his father. No doubt David was overjoyed to reunite with his favorite furry pet Rocky after a long separation. We’re overjoyed that these two are back together. Having access to reunion stories is always a treat. They unquestionably demonstrate the strength of the bond between a dog and its owner. Hope you had fun with it. As always, feel free to spread the word to your friends.