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After an incredibly long separation of at least 2-3 minutes, Roscoe wants the Hu-Dad to know, “I missed you.”
True confession time. Roscoe is a daddy’s boy. He loves, loves, loves his Hu-Dad (almost as much as his bestest brother ever, Typhoon) and never wants to be separated. Even as this is being typed, he’s curled up at Hu-Dad’s feet. Actually, on Hu-Dad’s feet. You know, in case he moves and tries to leave the room without the appropriate canine escort.
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AAAWWW Hu-Dad-that is such a sweet story!!! I can see the look on Roscoe’s face that says “WHERE were you HU-Dad-you were gone such a LONG time”?
I love that he lays on your feet so you cannot go anywhere!!