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11 good dogs FaceTiming with their humans


11 good dogs FaceTiming with their humansIt’s a scientifically proven fact that dogs love you. Yes, you! It’s also known that dogs experience homesickness whenever we’re away for too long. Oof, ouch, you hear that? That’s the sound of my heart breaking into a million pieces. SEE ALSO: The weird and wonderful world of relaxation videos for dogsBut you know what’s incredibly healing? Seeing people utilize apps like FaceTime to chat with their furry friends. Finally, a near perfect use of smartphone technology. Below are some examples of the most uplifting interactions between humans and dogs over video call.  1. A couple of good boys right here> my girlfriend fell asleep and me n the dog jus been talkin… pic.twitter.com/ZDqsx69syb> > — sam (@spicegirlsam) February 6, 2019 2. Omw to steal your girl> it’s been plenty time my boyfriend left his phone and his dog be comin out of no where pic.twitter.com/3WBtmBLKgB> > — a$aindollpothead (@babyybenjiis) February 7, 2019 3. Look at all the love in her eyes! > View this post on Instagram> > A post shared by Sadie Leigh Bennet (@sadie.b.the.doodle) on Jun 21, 2017 at 7:15pm PDT 4. Patience is a virtue> View this post on Instagram> > A post shared by Zorro & Zita (@zorro_the_jack) on Jun 25, 2017 at 9:41am PDT 5. A real family man> This is my dog realizing hes fting with me & my family because were away on vacay and look how happy he got. pic.twitter.com/ywXpE651iQ> > — Edz (@deeeameddie) January 16, 2017 6. Oh no, my heart 7. Even celebs FaceTime their doggos> View this post on Instagram> > A post shared by ✌️ (@tomholland2013) on Oct 30, 2017 at 5:51am PDT 8. Don’t worry girl, she’ll be back soon> OKAY SO IM AT COLLEGE AND I WATED MY DAD PUT MY DOG ON FACETIME AND AS I WAS SAYING HI TO HER AND SHE LOOKED DOWN THE STAIRS TO SEE IF I WAS HOME BC SHE HEARD MY VOICE THROUGH THE PHONE…MY HEART BROKE (sorry there’s no sound lol) pic.twitter.com/IF4FR3yN5R> > — gillian♡ (@gillcalbi) February 7, 2019 9. Now this is true friendship> My bff and I made our dogs FaceTime each other. pic.twitter.com/kYMN2DAyBi> > — Kelli Gunn (@jabroniii92) February 6, 2019 10. She’s right there! > My mom put the phone down and had me talk to my dog on FaceTime so then he crawled into my bed thinking I was home STOP IT HURTS pic.twitter.com/WXtVlfA2Jo> > — kenz (@mykenziegaarza) February 6, 2019 11. A family who FaceTimes together> my mom broke her ipad so we use fb messenger to facetime with my nephew and my dog knows the ringing noise so he just sits and waits for them to pop up on the screen pic.twitter.com/KGwI4s9NFg> > — ㅤً (@wantyoutilidie) February 5, 2019While these interactions are peak Wholesome Content™, don’t blame your pup if they’re  unresponsive over the phone — scientists say that dogs have a harder time recognizing their owners’ faces over small screens. A dog’s sensory input is also much more attuned to your scent and tone of voice than visual images. According to a HuffPost article, dogs also process visuals 25 percent faster than humans. So when Fido looks at the screen, they may only be seeing a jerky, fuzzy picture of your face. That shouldn’t stop you from FaceTiming your pet if you want to see their beautiful face, though. If you’re worried about your best bud being homesick, know that if they can hear your voice, they most likely know it’s you. Now if you’ll excuse me, I’ll be in the corner, crying over all the love dogs have in their hearts for us.  WATCH: Dogs are eating edibles in record numbers