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“Chuck, Daddy’s home!” the woman holding the video camera tells her dog -- and the couple’s pooch leaps from the parked SUV where he was waiting and pummels his soldier owner as he welcomes him home from another deployment.
“To say that our Boxer, Chuck, was excited to see him come home is an understatement,” writes YouTube poster KDaisy84. “(And if you're wondering why it says 'again' it is because we went through this a year ago as well. That video is also posted.)”
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