Awesome Pictures of Dogs Who Look Really Excited

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As a father of two little boys I have to admit there’s nearly no greater feeling than seeing your kids with excited looks on their faces.  But a close second has to be the excited look of a dog.  Dogs get excited all of the time.  Seriously,  you could be putting your shoes away and be engaged in the most mundane of activities and your dog will be running around the house because of it.   But it’s one thing to see your dog excited and another to capture it on camera.

It’s when you catch that moment and know that it’s just a winner.  A photo for the ages.  Something that you’ll never forget and if you post it to the internet, they’ll never forget it either.  Today we bring you a fantastic gallery of dogs who are excited and we guarantee you that some of these will stick with you through eternity.

Enjoy the pictures below!!

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