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    No matter if your working day has already started or you have just opened your eyes - take a short pause, watch this video and smile broadly.

    There is a happy golden retriever called Ziggy who is almost two years old and lives in New York. 

    This video shows her lying on her owner's shoulder with her tongue out, probably because she is so overwhelmed with emotion that she is unable to hide her love for her hooman.  

    What a touching and cosy scene!

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