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Thursday, June 6th, 2013

Cute Kids and Their Dogs around the World


Not much is cuter than kids and their dogs. The love between children and dogs knows no boundaries as dogs make the most faithful and simplest of friends. From around the world, InCultureParent has selected some of the most adorable pictures showing the unbreakable bond between child and dog.

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