The journey, not the destination.
Bennie the black lab really gets it, in the Tao Te Ching sense of the word "it." For him, the pleasure of opening a gift is the actual opening of the gift. What's underneath the wrapping is kind of immaterial to him, as you can see by the way he walks away from the gift as soon as its innate mystery has been revealed, without even stopping to see what it is. He clearly derives his satisfaction from a job well done, and not from its rewards.
Also, dogs effin' love tearing up paper for some reason: