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A New Guinea singing dog (Canis lupus hallstromi) at the Miller Park Zoo.

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A pair of New Guinea singing dogs (Canis lupus hallstromi) at the Miller Park Zoo.

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A young woman retrieves her undergarment back from her dog, Lincoln, Nebraska.

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Ellen Sartore dyes her dog, Baxter pink, Lincoln, Nebraska.

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Dogs splash about on the last day a public swimming pool is open.

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Dogs splash about on the last day a public swimming pool is open.

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Dogs splash about on the last day a public swimming pool is open.

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A man with his English springer spaniels at his home near the town of Cross Lake, MN.

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A woman and her dog in front of the National Cathedral, Washington, District of Columbia.

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A dog rests in an over-sized chair in Washington, District of Columbia.

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A woman and her dog in front of the National Cathedral, Washington, District of Columbia.

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Two sisters with their great danes at the WWII Memorial in Washington, DC.

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Two dogs look out the windows of a home in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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A teenage girl sleeps with her dog while marathoners run by her house in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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A teenage girl poses with her dog Baxter, the Shih tzu, dyed pink.

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A man pretends to bite his dog’s ear in Washington, DC.

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A dog gets comfortable for window watching in Washington, DC.

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An English springer spaniel, asleep on the floor in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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A little girl plays with her dogs in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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A little girl puts money in a piggy bank in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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A father gives his little girl a snack in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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A little girl plays with her toys in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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