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Buddy got lost and spent a full 24 hours on his own after getting spooked by fireworks and running away from his human Suzi. When the two are eventually reunited, we see Buddy attack Suzi with love in this adorable clip. We're so happy they found each other again, but it's safe to say we're not as happy as Buddy is — just look at all those kisses!

Whether it's 24 hours away from their humans, or 20 minutes in the case of this rescue pup Carlos, dogs get so excited to see their humans again. Watch Carlos' priceless reaction to Richard coming home after running some quick errands. We can feel the love from here!

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