One Cute Thing: International Puppy Day

Photo: National Park Service

Yesterday was National Puppy Day and there were plenty of cute pics on social media (check out our Instagram for Monica’s dogs).  These two photos come from the National Park Service’s tribute to dogs of the Parks on this day in 2018.  Cooper of Lake Mead National Park, above, was the single most clicked-on photo in ODP in 2018.  So here he is again, along with four adorable sled dog pups from Denali National Park.   For more park dogs, click here.

Photo: National Park Service

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