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will my dog remember me?

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it's been a while since i have been here. i was talking about moving and didn't know to take my dog or not. unfortunately i had to leave him... he was crying alot when i hugged him and left. i didn't like that at all. i been thinking about him ever since almost everyday... it's been almost five months now. i couldn't take him cause i had to stay with my uncle and he didn't want dogs around. so i left him with my dad and brother who the dog already knows. the flight for the dog to come to me is a bit pricey but i will work it out in a week or so and bring him here. i am just wondering if he will remember me? i've heard stories that people leave their dogs for a year or more and come back and they remember?

i have been good to my dog and i bathed him and took him for long walks everyday. he slept with me in my bed almost everyday... i played with him and loved him alot. but my dad and bro are saying he is happy and having a good time. i don't want him to forget me :/

any thoughts on this? stories would be nice to give me some hope.

p.s: he is 2 years old atm. we got him at 3 months old.
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now this is what im wondering... when i first saw him in the cage it wasnt what i expected, loud moans and excited. he was a bit weird when he first heard me call him and saw me from the cage. it was like he was in trouble slinking towards me. but as soon as he came out the cage he was jumping on me and wagging his tail (just not as much as i thought he would... as if i went out for an hour and just came back)

when i brought him home he was playing with my old slippers he use to play with and seemed as normal as when i left him. so that's good. he's sleeping right now. poor thing was in that cage for about eight hours :/

is this normal ?
Dogs have almost no scence of time. it doesn't matter if your gone for 2 minutes or two months. They will greet you the same. so it's probably normal for your dog.
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