Puppy Pictures That Will Make You Smile During Finals Week
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Puppy Pictures That Will Make You Smile During Finals Week

24 adorable puppies to give your mind a mental break during finals week.

Puppy Pictures That Will Make You Smile During Finals Week

Congratulations! You are SO close to summer, but we all know the amount of stress it takes during this week to get there. But don't worry, you're almost to the finish line.

You can survive finals week. You will survive finals week. One more lap and you're there. But in case you need a little push or just a smile, maybe a little laugh, I can help through this distressed time with the power of puppies.

Puppies are a way to everyone's heart. So sit back, and enjoy the puppies.

1. The lazy pup.

2. The princess pup.

3. The sleepy pup.

4. The peak-a-boo pup.

5. The "I'm coming with you" pup.

6. The content pup.

7. The chill pup.

8. The cuddly pup.

9. The beach pup.

10. The hungry pup.

11. The artsy pup.

12. The Starbucks loving pup.

13. The best buds pups.

14. The playful pup.

15. The thirsty pup.

16. The innocent pup.

17. The trouble maker pup.

18. The bathing pups.

19. The head-tilt pup.

20. The studious pup.

21. The bundled-up pup.

22. The model pup.

23. The shy pup.

24. Puppies on puppies on puppies.

Cuteness overload. You're welcome.


Alyssa Ellyn

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