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Celebrate National Puppy Day with Puppies in the Vet Clinic

Check out these 12 photos of adorable puppies.


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National Puppy Day is here! Here are some puppies in veterinary clinics to celebrate.

1) We start with these boxer puppies.

 

#thiswasmonday #veterinarypractice #ilovemyjob #babyboxers

A photo posted by Hegedűs Petra (@petrahegeduus) on

2) And then this Jack Russell puppy.

3) Then there are these puppies.

4) We say thank you.

5) Then there are these cuties.

6) There are sleepy puppies.

 

one of our favorite days of the year... Happy #nationalpuppyday 🐶

A photo posted by Phoenix & Laveen Vet Centers (@phoenixvetcenter) on

7) There is this Rottweiler puppy.

8) All the puppy wrinkles.

9) Another puppy selfie!

 

#puppy #love |||| #vettech #futuredvm #snuggle |||| #colorful #bright #strays #animallover ||||

A photo posted by Michon Ariellé (@michon_arielle) on

10) There's this perfect puppy patient.

11) There's this cute puppy face.

 

This tiny puppy tho 😍😍😍 #puppy #vettech #cutenessoverload

A photo posted by Sarah Brown (@sarah_inc) on

12) Yay for cute puppies!

 

Yesterday a machete to the face, today cute puppies!! Oh to be a vet tech !! #germanshepherd #puppy #cute #vettech

A photo posted by Meagan Hatton (@ieatclovers) on

How are you celebrating National Puppy Day?

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