どっきりのターゲットはワンちゃん! シェパード犬が軍務から帰った飼い主と感激の再会!

忠誠心に富む性格でよく知られるジャーマン・シェパード。そのシェパード犬が長くオーナーと離ればなれになった後、再会できた時のリアクションはどんなものでしょうか?
彼の名前はレンジャー君。お気に入りのおもちゃ、「グリーンモンスター」で、お世話をしてくれる人と遊んでいます。それなりに楽しそうです。しかし今回、遠くに投げられたおもちゃを取って帰ってくるとそこにいたのは...?

何ヶ月も留守にせざるを得なかったオーナーと会えたときのレンジャー君の反応はなかなか言葉にしづらいものなので、ビデオをご覧ください。

まるで嬉し泣きをしているようにも聞こえます。「犬は人間の最良の友」と言われるのは、こういうことからかも知れません。

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どっきりのターゲットはワンちゃん! シェパード犬が軍務から帰った飼い主と感激の再会!

NEW YORK, NY - FEBRUARY 16: Owner and handler David Fitzpatrick with his Pekingese dog Malachy, winner of Best in Show at 136th Westminster Kennel Club show, visits The Empire State Building on February 16, 2012 in New York City.

NEW YORK - FEBRUARY 14:  Pekingese Malachy is carried by David Fitzpatrick, co-owner and handler, after winning Best in Show at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show on February 14, 2012 in New York City.  The Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show was first held in 1877, is the second-longest continuously held sporting event in the U.S., second only to the Kentucky Derby.

NEW YORK - FEBRUARY 14:  Co-owner and handler David Fitzpatrick holds Pekingese Malachy after winning Best in Show at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show on February 14, 2012 in New York City.  The Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show was first held in 1877, is the second-longest continuously held sporting event in the U.S., second only to the Kentucky Derby.

NEW YORK - FEBRUARY 14:  Photographers line up to shoot Pekingese Malachy after winning Best in Show at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show on February 14, 2012 in New York City.  The Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show was first held in 1877, is the second-longest continuously held sporting event in the U.S., second only to the Kentucky Derby.

NEW YORK - FEBRUARY 14:  Pekingese Malachy poses for photographers after winning Best in Show at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show on February 14, 2012 in New York City.  The Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show was first held in 1877, is the second-longest continuously held sporting event in the U.S., second only to the Kentucky Derby.

NEW YORK - FEBRUARY 14:  Doberman Pinscher Grand Champion Protocal's Veni Vidi Vici (R) wins the Working Group in the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show on February 14, 2012 in New York City.  The Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show was first held in 1877, is the second-longest continuously held sporting event in the U.S., second only to the Kentucky Derby.

NEW YORK - FEBRUARY 13:   Jazzy, a Beagle from Texas, is hugged by her groomer's niece, Kate Eichelberger, backstage at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show on February 13, 2012 in New York City.  The Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show first held in 1877, is the second-longest continuously held sporting event in the U.S., second only to the Kentucky Derby.

NEW YORK - FEBRUARY 14:  Irish Setter Grand Champion Shadagee Caught Red Handed, winner of the Sporting Group, is handled by Adam Bernardin at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show on February 14, 2012 in New York City.  The Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show was first held in 1877, is the second-longest continuously held sporting event in the U.S., second only to the Kentucky Derby.

NEW YORK - FEBRUARY 14:  Irish Setter Grand Champion Shadagee Caught Red Handed, winner of the Sporting Group, is handled by Adam Bernardin at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show on February 14, 2012 in New York City.  The Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show was first held in 1877, is the second-longest continuously held sporting event in the U.S., second only to the Kentucky Derby.

NEW YORK - FEBRUARY 14:  The Sporting Group is judged at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show on February 14, 2012 in New York City.  The Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show was first held in 1877, is the second-longest continuously held sporting event in the U.S., second only to the Kentucky Derby.

NEW YORK - FEBRUARY 13:   Emma Echols competes with her Yorkshire Terrier 'Tucker' in the Junior Showmanship Preliminaries at Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show on February 13, 2012 in New York City.  The Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show first held in 1877, is the second-longest continuously held sporting event in the U.S., second only to the Kentucky Derby.

NEW YORK - FEBRUARY 13:   Matthew Perry competes with his Papillon 'Cricket' in the Junior Showmanship Preliminaries at Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show on February 13, 2012 in New York City.  The Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show first held in 1877, is the second-longest continuously held sporting event in the U.S., second only to the Kentucky Derby.

NEW YORK - FEBRUARY 13:   Juniors compete in the Junior Showmanship Preliminaries at Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show on February 13, 2012 in New York City.  The Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show first held in 1877, is the second-longest continuously held sporting event in the U.S., second only to the Kentucky Derby. 

NEW YORK - FEBRUARY 13:   Juniors leave Ring 6 after competing in the Junior Showmanship Preliminaries at Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show on February 13, 2012 in New York City.  The Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show first held in 1877, is the second-longest continuously held sporting event in the U.S., second only to the Kentucky Derby.

NEW YORK - FEBRUARY 13:   Juniors compete in the Junior Showmanship Preliminaries at Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show on February 13, 2012 in New York City.  The Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show first held in 1877, is the second-longest continuously held sporting event in the U.S., second only to the Kentucky Derby.

NEW YORK - FEBRUARY 13:   Juniors compete in the Junior Showmanship Preliminaries at Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show on February 13, 2012 in New York City.  The Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show first held in 1877, is the second-longest continuously held sporting event in the U.S., second only to the Kentucky Derby.

NEW YORK - FEBRUARY 13:   Andrew Mueller, 10, competes with his Cavalier King Charles Spaniel 'Stella' in the Junior Showmanship Preliminaries at Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show on February 13, 2012 in New York City.  The Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show first held in 1877, is the second-longest continuously held sporting event in the U.S., second only to the Kentucky Derby.

NEW YORK - FEBRUARY 13:  Juniors compete in the Junior Showmanship Preliminaries at Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show on February 13, 2012 in New York City.  The Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show first held in 1877, is the second-longest continuously held sporting event in the U.S., second only to the Kentucky Derby.

NEW YORK - FEBRUARY 13:   Andrew Mueller, 10, competes with his Cavalier King Charles Spaniel 'Stella' in the Junior Showmanship Preliminaries at Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show on February 13, 2012 in New York City.  The Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show first held in 1877, is the second-longest continuously held sporting event in the U.S., second only to the Kentucky Derby.

NEW YORK - FEBRUARY 13:   Dogs are walked backstage at Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show on February 13, 2012 in New York City.  The Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show first held in 1877, is the second-longest continuously held sporting event in the U.S., second only to the Kentucky Derby.

NEW YORK - FEBRUARY 13:   Dog handlers compete with their Shetland Sheepdogs in Ring 5 at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show on February 13, 2012 in New York City.  The Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show first held in 1877, is the second-longest continuously held sporting event in the U.S., second only to the Kentucky Derby.

NEW YORK - FEBRUARY 13:   Dog handlers compete with their Shetland Sheepdogs in Ring 5 at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show on February 13, 2012 in New York City.  The Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show first held in 1877, is the second-longest continuously held sporting event in the U.S., second only to the Kentucky Derby.

NEW YORK - FEBRUARY 13:   Grand Champion Oakhurst Crusin' in Chrome, an Australian Shepard, shakes the hand of his owner Michael Rhoads, or Maryland, backstage at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show after winning best of opposite sex on February 13, 2012 in New York City.  The Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show first held in 1877, is the second-longest continuously held sporting event in the U.S., second only to the Kentucky Derby.

NEW YORK - FEBRUARY 13:   Grand Champion Oakhurst Crusin' in Chrome, an Australian Shepard, is greeted backstage at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show after winning best of opposite sex on February 13, 2012 in New York City.  The Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show first held in 1877, is the second-longest continuously held sporting event in the U.S., second only to the Kentucky Derby.

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