20 Dogs Behind Fences Who’ll Do Anything To Be Your Friend

Whether it’s a cheeky little Shiba Inu or a big Golden Retriever, dogs behind fences are the same: all they want to do is say “hello!” And they’ll go to extreme lengths to do it. Here are 20 dogs behind fences – or maybe we should say “in” fences – who’ll do anything to be your friend.

If there’s one thing cuter than a dog sticking its head through a fence to say hello, it’s a baby husky sticking its head through a fence to say hello. This little face would brighten any day.

This friendly guy is called Homey, and he’ll stop at nothing to be your buddy. His owner’s neighbors say he always pops his head through the fence when they get home.

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How could you not be friends with this adorable pooch? He’s taking full advantage of the gap in the fence to be best pals with everyone who passes by him.

Getting your face squished by a fence is just something you have to deal with as a dog. You can’t let anything get in the way of making new friends.

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Here’s an absolute master in using the “sad pooch face” to distract unsuspecting humans and make friends with them. His big eyes will melt even the coldest of hearts.

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Don’t be fooled. It might look like this gorgeous dog is keeping an eye on her territory and protecting her owner, but she’s not guarding… she’s friending!

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This smiley Retriever pops his head through his garden fence in Lancashire, England, and entertains the commuters and school kids at the nearby bus stop. Locals creatively refer to him as “the dog that pokes its head through the back of its garden fence to see what’s going on.”

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Why say hello in a normal, boring way when you can say hello upside down? This was the awesome greeting Reddit user johnisnotapsycho received when he moved into his new neighborhood.

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This cheeky canine just had to know what was happening on the other side of his fence. He’ll do anything to say hello and immediately be your best bud.

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Flickr user Stéphanie Graf-Vocat made friends with this little guy while she was in Normandy, France. “I was delighted to meet such a funny guard dog, watching everything that was going on the other side of the fence, giving me a big lick to say hi,” she wrote.

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No fence will stop this lovely pooch from saying hello; he’ll just go up and over. His cute little face is just waiting to be petted.

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The small matter of a solid concrete is no obstacle for this Akita puppy, who’s determined to peer through the wall at any cost. The photo was posted online by an Imgur user who goes by the name woma.

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This sweet little guy has made friends with Imgur user Lectovai, who sees him on the way home from school. “For those who are afraid he’ll get stuck or run away, the hole… is only enough for him to stick his head out with ease, but not enough for his whole body,” Lectovai wrote.

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Where some see a tiny hole in a concrete wall, this dog sees an opportunity to make friends with loads of kids all in one go. That said, he doesn’t look all that impressed with the photographer.

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Here we have another canine expert of the sad eyes, giving us a masterclass in how to make friends through a fence. Who couldn’t be best buds with this guy?

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Twitter user yamamochi223 of Japan took this awesome photo of a charming Shiba Inu stuck in a bush and being totally fine with it. Of course – because being stuck in a hedge has the obvious upshot of allowing him to make friends with everyone.

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“This is how my neighbor’s dog gets attention,” writes Reddit user EastYork. We think it’s a pretty good way, too. How could you resist that face?

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This upside down through-the-fence greeting is a pretty regular occurrence for this dog, according to Reddit user jaggedlama. A good way to make friends and check things out at the same time.

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The one unforeseen consequence of sticking your head through fences to greet people is that you might encounter another dog. This pooch doesn’t look too happy about the new friend he’s made.

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But why stop at greeting one dog through a fence when you can greet three? These super cute canines will do anything to be your BFFs for life.

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