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PHOTOS: The Year’s Best Dog Pictures

PHOTOS: The Year’s Best Dog Pictures

DOG-GONE GOOD LOOKING: These dog photos are the world's cutest. Photo: WENN

The Kennel Club of the United Kingdom, the world’s oldest and largest nonprofit organization dedicated to dogs has announced the winners of its annual Dog Photographer of the Year awards. Nearly 8,000 entries were received from around the world. Here’s a look at the best dog pictures of 2013.

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