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How long does it take for a dog to completely forget about its owner?

John: I know you have a new dog, and that she is just over 3 years old and I found this recently and thought of you.


As a kid, I lived next door to a family with a playful golden retriever puppy. His name was Charlie, and he was my best friend during those early years. Whenever I was outside, Charlie would come bounding over to me, tail wagging excitedly, ready to play fetch or chase each other around the yard.

Those days spent playing with Charlie were some of the happiest of my childhood. But eventually, my family moved out of that neighborhood and hundreds of miles away to a different state. I missed Charlie terribly, but life went on and I made new friends and memories in my new home.

Ten years passed, and one day, I found myself back in the old neighborhood. I couldn't resist the urge to visit the house where Charlie and I had spent so many happy hours together. As I approached the house, I saw a golden retriever sitting on the porch, his tail wagging eagerly as he recognized me.

It was Charlie! He may have been a little older and grayer, but he was still just as playful and full of energy as he had been all those years ago. I was overwhelmed with emotion as we played together, just like old times. It was as if no time had passed at all.

Even though we had been separated by hundreds of miles and a decade of time, the bond between Charlie and I was still strong. That day, playing with Charlie again, was one of the most poignant and meaningful experiences of my life. It reminded me of the enduring power of friendship and the special bond that can exist between a person and their furry companions.


Posted by Actbiggy

Today I saw it with my own eyes. I asked people around and they said he comes there every day and lies down for a few hours. Then he goes somewhere and comes again the next day! It's long past time to understand that there are things in life much more important than money, power, and career. There is something in the world called true, selfless Love!


This was Spots he was abandoned for two months in my neighbors back yard with five gallon bucket of food and a kids swimming pool for water. When I finally put two and two together and heard him howling for days and realized they were moved I approached him cautiously and this was the look I got he was so lonely and needed a friend so I brought him home. That was three years ago. He never leaves my side. We are pals for life.

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