“Suddenly everything was all right. Four strong hands caught him. Ribsy wriggled out of the grasp of the body-and-fender men and sprang into Henry’s arms, where he licked Henry’s face for joy.
“Ribsy!” said Henry. “Ribsy, old boy!” He put the dog down at last, and Ribsy was so happy he waggled all over. Henry sank to his knees and hugged his dog.”
Ribsy spent this book on one misadventure after another, lost and trying to find his way home. It’s a happy reunion with his boy in this final scene. And yeah. “Waggled all over” is perfectly put.