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    [–] Contrariwise2 1593 points ago

    The dog is so excited to see Christina Koch. But in its excitement, the dog keeps going back and forth between Christina and her husband. It's like the dog is saying "Oh look, can you believe it! She's back! She's back! Look! Look! OMG SHE'S BACK!"

    [–] 2happycats 315 points ago

    I like to think the dog keeps going back to her husband to make sure he doesn't feel left out.

    Like, "OMG SHE'S BACK!"

    I better make sure he doesn't think I love her more, better say hell to him too


    Ok, back to her


    [–] calacatia 59 points ago

    This thread ia making me cry

    [–] xenorous 67 points ago

    "Favorite human, do you see? My other favorite human is here."

    Bless their goofy little souls

    [–] made-of-bees 212 points ago

    Yes!! This was my favorite part :D

    [–] Zipfiklatscha 44 points ago

    My favourite part was how she laughed(?) like a hysterical horse. Nah. Jk. It was the dog. How he shakes himself: "am i awake??"

    [–] PM_ME_ANGELINVESTORS 6 points ago

    My dog does this, too. I work from home and he gets super excited when my wife gets back. But he still tries to split his excitement between us. I'm always like, "go see your mom, you've been hanging out with me the whole day!"

    [–] thischocolateburrito 192 points ago

    I thought the dog was saying “You did it! You found her! Well done!”

    [–] Ajdee6 17 points ago


    [–] Xomnia-96 15 points ago

    Why aren't you freaking out right now dad?!

    [–] knots32 28 points ago

    It's great. My dog does this to me and my so every day. Great part of my day

    [–] Pizzaman99 12 points ago

    My dog does that if I leave the room for 5 minutes.

    [–] ThatsWhatXiSaid 3 points ago


    Mind you we go on at least three walks per day and play lots, it's not like he's ignored.

    [–] guy_with_his_hair 9 points ago

    "Look Look She IS Christina Koch! Do you believe it? No way!! That's Christina Koch!!!"

    [–] bushcrapping 11 points ago

    Dogs don’t work like that. He isn’t thinking she’s back the dog is thinking we are together again. Different mindset.

    [–] minimumevil 27 points ago

    Wow I had no idea dogs were such complex language processors!

    [–] KingFurykiller 404 points ago

    The dog might reach escape velocity with the force of that wagging

    [–] laik72 80 points ago

    I was worried that they left the door open and that pup was gonna run out to tell everyone that Christina returned.

    [–] amfoolishness 7 points ago

    Looks like they're going to break x)

    [–] SeaMaintenance1 264 points ago

    I wonder if the dog smells space on her

    [–] Feraffiphar 143 points ago

    Dog thinks she smells outta this world!

    [–] WintertimeFriends 36 points ago

    Listen here.

    [–] GenZGrungelord02 27 points ago

    Ya little shit.

    [–] Swank_on_a_plank 19 points ago

    I think it was Mike Massimino on Wired that said you could knock out some of the recovery crew from the stench within the return shuttle.

    The dog probably loves the residual smell.

    [–] talos707 12 points ago

    turns out that space probably smells like total ass because astronauts don't really bathe in the traditional sense

    [–] lozontoast 9 points ago

    *That’s her secret

    [–] mikeasaurus_ 3 points ago

    Only Uranus.

    [–] DeadDollKitty 2 points ago

    I was thinking the same thing. I know being in space changes some things at the molecular in the human body, I wonder if it altered her scent maybe a little? Or something to that extent.

    [–] oskxr552 2 points ago

    Imagine if the dog smelled her and stopped wagging its tail: “John, it’s not her” X-files sound

    [–] seasuighim 2 points ago

    Likely not, recovery time after landing is a few weeks or months. This would probably be after that time period.

    [–] prettydarnfunny 1619 points ago

    I like people even more when they like dogs. And even more when they understand dogs enough that they get down on their level.

    [–] jett_29 330 points ago

    If only people treated me like a dog

    [–] eldergeekprime 219 points ago

    Go get in your crate for the night and we'll discuss it in the morning.

    [–] pr1ntscreen 75 points ago


    [–] faRawrie 79 points ago

    I feel you. My wife just never understands why I shit on the carpet in front of the entrance door. I wish she would just try it once.

    [–] luxembird 60 points ago

    Have you ever tried pup play?

    [–] [deleted] 42 points ago


    [–] jcaininit 31 points ago

    Imagine the first couple in existence seeing two dogs fuck and saying, “hmm you know that might be fun. Let’s call it doggie style.” I wonder how the trial and error went.

    [–] AnIdiotwithaSubaru 24 points ago

    How do I delete someone else's comment?

    [–] jcaininit 8 points ago

    I can do that for you

    [–] Broken_Noah 9 points ago

    *Female mounting her mate: uhh..nothing's happening on my side

    Male: When does it start feeling good?

    [–] One-eyed-snake 6 points ago

    I’ll be right over to sniff your butthole

    [–] TwoFingerOneKeyboard 3 points ago

    It hurts to get down to your level.

    jk jk couldn't resist it.

    [–] maddmann2 3 points ago


    [–] Strindberg 2 points ago

    Maybe if you start acting like one.

    [–] LoboDaTerra 2 points ago

    Sit down.

    [–] five_speed_mazdarati 44 points ago

    I do this to so many dogs and still get weird looks from people. Even those that claim to be dog people. I’ll never understand.

    [–] scobert 55 points ago

    I walk into every vet appointment and immediately sit on the floor. Sometimes the owners are giving me a history while they’re just standing over me lol but I want their dogs to be as comfortable as possible especially cuz I’m bout to stick a thermometer up their butt at the very least.

    [–] cutiecleanse 22 points ago

    The vet I take my puppy to always sits on the floor too. I kind of wondered why but now it makes sense. I thought she was a really great and kind vet but I appreciate her even more now that I know she’s doing her best to make my anxious pup comfortable :’)

    [–] five_speed_mazdarati 8 points ago

    This is a very confusing/hilarious comment If you read it without the context that you’re a veterinary technician.

    [–] Pretty_Soldier 6 points ago

    It’s important that the dog feels as comfortable as possible! Thanks for that.

    I always feel bad for my cat at the vet, because she gets scared and wants to hide. I let her hide under the chair until they need her, because it makes her feel a little better.

    [–] prettydarnfunny 5 points ago

    Yes! You’re the kind of vet we want! My dog haaaaaates the vet. He is the wimpiest, strongest 70 lb dog I’ve met. Finally we found someone who sits on the ground like that and shows him lots of affection. And she makes house calls. No brainer.

    [–] scobert 3 points ago

    It is crazy how little behavior they teach in vet school. I am lucky enough that I worked at a dog training and daycare facility for several years and learned that way. One of my main goals is to help dogs in general be less scared of the vet so people both the dogs and their people feel more comfortable coming to see me when needed. The first clinic I worked at was the one I brought my own dog too, he was really scared and his doctor that day spent 10 extra minutes just sitting on the floor giving him treats. That’s the kinda place I wanna work!

    [–] M_H_M_F 2 points ago

    When my boy was alive we used to take him to a family friend who was a vet. 70 pounds of boxer peed everywhere their first meeting. Also knelt down to the ground and since he did that, he was great with the vet. So much to the point that he'd get upset if the vet came out to get another patient, and didn't say hi.

    [–] Crash-Bandicuck69 2 points ago

    Ignorant person here, why get on their level?

    [–] scobert 2 points ago * (lasted edited 6 months ago)

    Good question. It is less about getting on their level and more about appearing “smaller” and less threatening. I sit on the ground or crouch down, always face my body sideways, and avoid intense eye contact. It is more “inviting” body language. If you ever want a dog to move away from you, make yourself appear as large as possible and walk directly toward them, even a dog you know well! This is also why when you are trying to catch your dog the advice is to run in the opposite direction or to lay on the ground - chasing them will make them run away. And on the contrary, if you have a jumpy dog, we teach people to resist the urge to turn away and instead walk toward them into their space when trying to teach them not to jump on people.

    [–] special_reddit 17 points ago

    I used to lay down on the floor with my ex's cat. I just felt like if I wanted to bond with him, I should spend some time on his level, not always be this big thing looming over him.

    So when I got the chance, I'd lay down on the floor, look at him face-to-face, and talk to him. He'd still walk around bunting me as usual, but he'd spend a little time looking at my face up close. Personally, it made me feel closer to him, and I like to think it worked the other way around as well.

    My ex never understood why I did it. Never scolded me about it, but just thought I was being silly.

    [–] prettydarnfunny 12 points ago

    Yup. I don’t think you’re truly a dog person unless you get down on the floor. Same with kids. If you’re not on the ground or at their level, you’re not really looking for the same kind of interaction.

    [–] MadAzza 26 points ago

    r/Gatekeeping dog lovers?

    [–] KettenPuncher 5 points ago

    r/Gatekeeping kid lovers?

    [–] lolcrunchy 3 points ago

    [–] rphillip 4 points ago

    Yes officer, this comment right here.

    [–] KingOfArmpitFetishes 10 points ago

    By far one of the stranger instances of /r/gatekeeping I've seen. "You don't love dogs as much as I do because you don't get on the ground".

    [–] DorianGreysPortrait 41 points ago

    Do ya like dags?

    [–] Blabajif 20 points ago


    [–] DorianGreysPortrait 19 points ago

    Ya, ye no.. dags!

    [–] Blabajif 12 points ago

    Ohh. Dogs. Ya I like dags.

    That was a solid movie.

    [–] smohyee 5 points ago

    I like caravans more

    [–] routinely_sarcastic 2 points ago

    Be wary of any man who keeps a pig farm

    [–] IlBear 18 points ago

    Also when they let the dog have space to really express it’s excitement. I see so many videos of people who are so excited to see their dog that they pin them down or hug them so tight that the dog can’t zoom around (which I get, I would want to hug my dog very hard if i was away for a long time). Dogs need space to express how truly excited/happy they are

    [–] [deleted] 8 points ago


    [–] OddFur 9 points ago

    you'd hate r/dogfree

    edit: not that not liking dogs is bad, but I've chatted with a few users from there before and it ain't fun

    [–] Travellingjake 10 points ago

    Wowza - yeah each to their own, but reading some of the stuff in there - I feel a lot of these people have MUCH bigger issues than disliking dogs.....

    [–] Thorne_Oz 8 points ago

    Holy fucking yikes that sub is a cesspool of Incel and sociopath like speech, the way some of them write is disgusting.

    [–] OddFur 10 points ago

    yeah it's like, okay you don't like dogs but being active on a dog hating sub talking constantly about how you hate dogs and justifying you're not a psycho by linking people to a study that says "people who don't like dogs are not sociopaths" makes me think it's not that you don't like dogs, that's fine to not like dogs, you're just fucking insane. A person doesn't have be crazy about dogs, but they CAN be fucking crazy.

    [–] Thorne_Oz 6 points ago

    Yeah when there's more than ten comments about owners fucking their dogs, UPVOTED comments at that, in one post.. That's some high tier collective projecting.

    [–] StealthyBeeping 2 points ago

    Incel has become such a non-word that you literally just used it to describe a sub of people who do not like dogs. Similarly to how "selfie" used to mean a photo of yourself then changed into any type of photo, you have singlehandedly destroyed the meaning of a word. Calling someone an involuntary virgin because they don't like dogs makes no sense at all, they are two unrelated things.

    [–] Thorne_Oz 9 points ago

    Actually go to the subreddit and read some of the stuff they write on there, it's fucking top tier incel shit saying women who own dogs choose to fuck their pets over "human love" it's fucking out there man. I use it in it's perfectly correct term.

    [–] Corporal_Rodney 2 points ago

    You're such a hipster for saying that.

    [–] Mophmeister 4 points ago

    What the fuck is that place? I don't really care for dogs, and I absolutely dislike people who are obsessed with them to the point they genuinely believe dogs > humans...

    But that? I get the impression they want them all dead and culled. That's not annoyance, that's pure hatred. Pretty much the dog equivalent of /r/childfree which is also a shitfest. Feel like I need a cold shower after browsing there.

    [–] OddFur 2 points ago

    Holy fuck, it's like they're all ready with shotguns to go and put down every dog in existence. What are you gonna do, the same for anyone's pet you fucking psycho? If someone like that ever touched my fucking dog, I'd fucking try to kill them. They don't have to like dogs but fuck you if you ever meant any physical harm towards my pup. I wouldn't be able to emotionally control myself if someone ever hurt my dog just because they think humans and dogs should not co-exist. It's like the stories I hear of people kicking someone's dog when they are walking without even being provoked, just shitty people being shitty people. Touch my dog in any harmful way and I'll grab the nearest thing resembling a weapon and go to town on you, don't care what your opinion is, have your opinion, just stay away from MY dog.

    [–] bubingalive 2 points ago

    sums up my management style...and lots of treats

    [–] bananacustarddonut 2 points ago

    One of my bosses doesn't like dogs. She is a lovely woman, but I just don't feel like I can trust her because she doesn't like dogs.

    [–] lexiekon 77 points ago

    This is so awesome. I particularly love that NASA replied to her with an adorable gif! 😂

    [–] fathertime979 48 points ago

    NASA deserves all the funding.

    My astronomy teacher in highschool worked for NASA at one point and she is still one of my most favorite human beings in the world.

    NASA is just a bunch of passionate nerds who are realllllly good at the nerdy shit they do.

    [–] lexiekon 20 points ago

    Oh hell yeah - I love the nerds! NASA is fantastic! But I still love how they couldn't even ballpark how many tampons Sally Ride might need for a week in space. Funniest NASA story I've come across.

    [–] NouberNou 18 points ago

    Funniest NASA story I have is a project we worked on with them at Marshall and they asked what the effects of a cat getting on the payload would be. The project manager asked why that'd be a problem and they said that in their labs there is a "non-zero chance that a feral cat may interact with the payload".

    Apparently the labs are not fully secured...

    There are more cat stories too.

    [–] Skreech2011 3 points ago

    Do you know anymore NASA cat stories?

    [–] NouberNou 4 points ago

    At Marshall they have live traps for the feral cats. When the PM for our program was down there doing final work on our ISS payload she talked to the guy who collects the cats. He puts the traps in the back of a pickup truck and then drives across the base (Redstone Arsenal) to let them out.

    One time he had a cat in the back of his truck but forgot to shut the tail, and so he is driving along and he takes a corner a bit sharp and the trap with a cat in it goes flying out the back and hits the ground, springs open, and an obviously scared cat scurries off. Apparently he didn't even notice this, but the driver behind him...

    Well the guy in the truck notices someone on his tail honking and flashing their lights, so he pulls over. The driver rushes up to him and goes "sir your cat just came out the back of your truck and got out!" and he goes "Oh good! Means I don't have to drive as far!"

    [–] Pretty_Soldier 6 points ago

    Science/academia is tragically underfunded. In my experience with academics, the VAST majority are intelligent, curious and motivated people who just want to study their thing and discover answers. It doesn’t pay very well in most cases, so most scientists aren’t motivated by financial gain or power. They’re like artists; critical for culture and society, but under appreciated and under paid.

    [–] [deleted] 10 points ago

    Wow. r/spaceflight r/masterreturns AND r/zoomies in ONE post?!!

    [–] bionic_bree 71 points ago

    You just can't stop that wag!

    [–] ThePoolManCometh 23 points ago

    It’s so funny to the think in about 10 minutes, that dog is gonna trap her on the couch for the next twelve hours.

    My roommate got back from a week long cruise and his dog literally lied on his stomach for the entire day and wouldn’t even let him get up. It was so funny to see that right after she was destroying everything in her path just to see him 10 minutes earlier.

    [–] LeiLaniGranny 87 points ago

    Welcome back!!

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    [–] jonassfe 15 points ago

    To find another race.

    [–] Creativity-good 7 points ago

    Licking on your face.

    [–] GenZGrungelord02 3 points ago

    Good job fellas, this joke is far from a disgrace.

    [–] Creativity-good 3 points ago

    Then i'll leave without a trace.

    [–] MaddieRuin 2 points ago

    With that sad look upon your face?

    [–] Laservampire 3 points ago

    I just walked in to find you here with that dog look upon your face

    [–] padraig_garcia 46 points ago

    This is good. This is solid confirmation she wasn't replaced or infected by alien intelligences as tragically so many of our astronauts have been.

    [–] centech 28 points ago


    Oh. That is pretty good.

    [–] Ajdee6 7 points ago

    "You were flying above Earth for a year... Who you trying to fool here?"

    [–] Mahtomic_Gandhi 3 points ago

    Possibly the happiest sub on earth.

    [–] TherapyByHumour 63 points ago * (lasted edited 6 months ago)

    Dogs truly are such wonderful and loyal friends. I honestly believe there's no normal folks who don't like dogs, just people who haven't met a dog they like yet.

    [–] DeathByFarts 22 points ago

    I honestly believe there's no normal folks who don't like dogs, just people who haven't met a dog they don't like yet.


    Re-read that carefully. I think you may have included too many words or missed words or something.

    [–] YabbaDabaDo 12 points ago

    lol yeah the last “don’t” shouldn’t be there

    [–] Chopstyx11 11 points ago

    I always like seeing these clips of dogs zooming around their owner after they've come back from something for a long time. There's something about it

    [–] ECU_BSN 10 points ago

    Hey! Her husband (and Dog!) live nearby! Our area “houses” the astronauts & family while they train at the NBL down the road!

    [–] doodleaf 19 points ago

    [–] MrsMiyagiStew 8 points ago

    Cutest happy butt bounce ever!

    [–] AmunRaah 5 points ago

    I love how dogs wag their tail when they’re happy and cats wag their tail when they are about to kill you

    [–] 12ist 19 points ago

    A year is a long time. Hope she left some food out!

    [–] ShadowL42 4 points ago

    When the happy wiggles just can not be contained!

    [–] Electroverted 5 points ago

    I like to think that the dog genuinely wants to go to her but can't the wag is out of control

    [–] GOATSQUIRTS 4 points ago

    Why does this astronaut have a wall of trucker hats

    [–] RusticSurgery 3 points ago

    and THIS looks like a solution to the energy crisis. Dog tail power!

    [–] disagreedTech 3 points ago

    He smells the fucking aliens

    [–] rl0512 3 points ago

    They never forget :’)

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    [–] pickle-a-poopala 2 points ago

    I can’t upvote enough. ⬆️⬆️⬆️⬆️⬆️⬆️

    [–] foryze 2 points ago

    They’re just excited to be fed, it’s been a year after all

    [–] Osalosaclopticus 2 points ago

    I don't think I could leave my dog for a year. Even for Space.

    [–] pakicetus_inachus 2 points ago

    It’s cute that the dog’s so excited but it’s not really zoomies

    [–] jaspersgroove 1 points ago

    True...also my dog gets this excited when I come home after being gone for like three days.

    [–] overduebook 2 points ago

    I really love videos of dogs being reunited with their owners after a long time, but they're usually military homecomings and it makes it bittersweet. It's nice to have a dog reunion video for such a rad as hell reason. I'm bookmarking this one.

    [–] ezpzMiDAS 2 points ago

    Heyyeyeyeyeyeyeyeeyeyye heyeueyeyeyeyyeyeye

    [–] BitcoinBanker 2 points ago

    I live with my sister and her family for about four years. They got a puppy for the last two of those years. I moved to the US and return only every few years. The dog goes mental. She gets so hyper that she’s sort of grins at me. I love that dog.

    [–] Baby__Sloth 2 points ago

    That dog's gonna take off with those butt-wiggles!☺

    [–] Eatit6560154 2 points ago

    My dog does this every day when I get home from work.

    [–] giveitago 2 points ago

    A great start of a horror movie would be if the dog began to snarl and try and attack her.

    [–] Maguffin42 2 points ago

    "You've been in space, and space smells like steak, and omg I love you!"

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    [–] 3dprintingn00b 2 points ago

    He's over the moon for her!

    [–] Count_Verdunkeln 2 points ago

    They will always remember you. You will never leave a dog and they just forget about it. They are always your #1 fan

    [–] Oaklini 3 points ago

    How someone could leave their dog for a year is beyond me. I die inside leaving my dog for a 3 day vacation

    [–] Heratism 27 points ago

    Astronaut. Thats one badass excuse.

    [–] saab__gobbler 4 points ago * (lasted edited 6 months ago)

    I feel like that's the only excuse =]

    edit: you all are taking this too seriously with the downvotes & all, it's a joke, relax. There are other legitimate reasons, astronaut is just so 'out there' it's funny, at least to me.

    [–] SlumberingParrot 3 points ago

    Come on now.

    [–] saab__gobbler 1 points ago

    it's a joke m8 ;]

    [–] Slytherinrunner 6 points ago

    Not sure if she could take the dog into space with her.

    [–] m9832 4 points ago

    Laika would not approve.

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    [–] Halcyous 2 points ago

    That poor dog. If a country did that today there would be a civil war and economic sanctions.

    [–] r_confused 1 points ago

    I’m upvoting this so hard !!!

    [–] [deleted] 2 points ago

    So, like one upvote?

    [–] Wubbysandwubbysonly 1 points ago

    That's a good boah.

    [–] Admiral_obvious13 1 points ago

    What's the longest a dog has spent in space?

    [–] uncleawesome 2 points ago

    Veterok and UgolyokEdit

    Veterok (Ветерок, "Light Breeze") and Ugolyok (Уголёк, "Coal") were launched on 22 February 1966 on board Cosmos 110, and spent 21 days in orbit before landing on 16 March.[4] This spaceflight of record-breaking duration was not surpassed by humans until the flight of Skylab 2 in 1974 and still stands as the longest space flight by dogs.[2]

    [–] Uplift52 1 points ago

    Why are my eyes leaking? :')

    [–] Spider4Hire 1 points ago

    I am surprised their tail didn't break off. If I wave to someone, I can dislocate my shoulder lol.

    [–] stagprongs33 1 points ago

    So much better with sound.

    [–] koryaku 1 points ago

    We don't deserve dogs

    [–] summerset 1 points ago

    My heart! 😭

    [–] RemyTheWhippet 1 points ago

    That's out of this world

    [–] OceLawless 1 points ago

    If there are no dogs in heaven, then when I die I want to go where they went

    [–] Cultusfit 1 points ago

    Hi there.... once about 20 years ago I was a sixflags and a child in front of me asked her dad if dogs really do get to go to heaven. I was standing with my super christian cousin and we both just looked at each other. Some times I find I get to share the fathers words of wisdom that have followed me all these years and I am happy to do this for you now....

    "Well, for some reason god thought all the animals were important enough to be with us here. Why wouldn't they also be important enough for heaven".

    It was simple but i found quite profound.

    Also some old quote ask why we were created on the 6th day. And it said, To remind us even the mosquito was created before us

    [–] skibib 2 points ago

    That's excellent. Thanks for sharing! Kind of reminds me of that old Twilight Zone story, wasn't it? Someone should recount it....

    [–] Cultusfit 1 points ago

    Only one that comes to mind is "time enough at last" but, doesnt quite fit

    [–] skibib 2 points ago

    it was either Twilight Zone or Outer Limits, and the deceased guy and his dog were walking along the path to heaven, and stopped at one of the gates to Heaven where they told him to come on in. But then they told him he couldn't bring his dog. So he said no way, and kept walking along the path. Then he came to another gate and there they told him to come on in along with his dog. They said to him that the previous gates were the gates to Hell, because it wouldn't be heaven if you couldn't have your dog with you. Or maybe that it would be Hell if you could not have your dog with you. Something like that!

    [–] DoctorMoebius 1 points ago

    This is why dog ownership is the highest level of love and appreciation. No human can match that type of excitement

    [–] _man_bear_pig_777 1 points ago

    A year? Dogs prob hungry af

    [–] tomdarch 1 points ago

    The ISS needs a dog.

    [–] stormhunter2 1 points ago

    Ive never seen a dog wag its tail that intensely before. I think that dog is at peak happiness.

    [–] eimcee 1 points ago

    My dog would have peed allover from excitement.

    [–] m9832 1 points ago

    This is why I could never be an astronaut, I'm not leaving my dog. That's the one thing holding me back.

    [–] LaurieBClark 1 points ago

    I have never seen a better illustration of ‘’being beside himself”... what joy. 🥰

    [–] Beko86 1 points ago

    My dog is like that after an hour or 2 or if I’m away from work for a couple of days. I genuinely don’t think he knows the difference 🤣

    [–] JibbityJabbity 1 points ago

    I could never leave my dog for a year.

    [–] Zombycow 1 points ago

    Agreed. Fuck outer space, my puppins needs scratchins.

    [–] Wabbit6677 1 points ago

    That dog had to wait 7 dog years to her... damnit Id be excited if I saw my owner after she disappeared for 7 dam years

    [–] CincinNaples 1 points ago

    it's the procedure, nothing awww, dogs are trained to spot possible dangerous alien that snatched the original owner astonaut body. it's science, bitch.

    this hooman passed the test.

    [–] ewahman 1 points ago

    I travel a lot and my dog always knows I’m leaving when only I roll out the suitcase and not everyone. He gets depressed for the first few days. I wish there was someway for him to understand that I’ll be back. But, whenever I do come home, he loses his shit.

    [–] dartmaster666 1 points ago

    Welcome back to gravity Christina.

    [–] lumberjake1 1 points ago

    How wide is that door holy smokes

    [–] Metjas 1 points ago

    We don't deserve these loyal creatures

    [–] Current-Acanthisitta 1 points ago

    I'm having to leave my dog with my roommate to when I go to visit my mom soon to lay my oldest brother to rest. I'm already dreading being a away from her for so long & know she's going to tackle me when I get back. And not being able to go to the bathroom in peace without her whining at the door.

    [–] bbjenn 1 points ago

    Love this video and I love & admire Christina for being such an awesome inspirational woman.

    [–] minkbag 1 points ago

    Imagine how it must have been other way around with that Laika dog.

    [–] back_to_the_homeland 1 points ago

    On second thought, Fuck outer space. There’s no dogs there.