Adorable Outdoor Puppy Photos [Collins from AARCS]

AARCS rescue puppy for adoption in Lethbridge

What is better than soft puppy fuzz? Collins is one of the fuzziest puppies I have ever met! He helped me get the most adorable outdoor puppy photos at Henderson Lake.

Collins may be excited to eventually get a forever home, but in the meantime he is having a blast learning how to live with a family and other dogs. His foster dog family played with him all morning before his adoption photos, and he still had lots of energy left!

When he wasn’t frantically trying to scratch his collar (he doesn’t have much leash training yet so that was a yucky feeling!), he was busy climbing onto my lap for snuggles. Even if I was squatting, he found his way up! It took a bit of clever timing and a picnic bench obstacle to pull off these adorable photos.

This puppy has the kindest temperament and is such a gentle soul. He’s inquisitive and brave and will grow up into an amazing companion!

Collins is available through the Alberta Animal Rescue Crew Society (AARCS). I’m sure he won’t be available for long! (I think he may already be adopted!)

AARCS rescue puppy for adoption in Lethbridge
Fuzzy like a peach!
Lethbridge pet photos
adorable outdoor puppy photos
AARCS rescue puppy for adoption in Lethbridge
Lethbridge pet photography
adorable outdoor puppy photos
adorable outdoor puppy photos
He has such soulful brown eyes!
Lethbridge pet photography
Sleepy puppy, or ferocious howl?
adorable outdoor puppy photos
adorable AARCS rescue puppy for adoption in Lethbridge
AARCS rescue puppy for adoption in Lethbridge
adorable outdoor puppy photos
AARCS rescue puppy for adoption in Lethbridge
Little fangs!

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