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It’s kind of crazy how many photos of dogs I have on my camera roll.
Just putting together the album for this article yielded more than 40… and I don’t even have a dog of my own! I just can’t help myself from snapping shots of all the strays I find on my travels.
Now I’m here to share them with you. These 16 pictures of dogs around the world are guaranteed to make you smile!
Getting comfy outside a rug shop.
This guy climbed all the way to Wilcacocha Lake to enjoy the view with us.
Walking dogs at the SOS el Arca Animal Shelter.
Playa del Carmen, Mexico
The fattest dog in Skopje the world?
The strenuous climb to Valbona Peak was just another day in the life for the local village dogs.
Blue the Husky, waiting patiently for his forever home at Animal Life Sibiu.
Yes I filmed it vertically, but only a monster wouldn’t share a video this cute
Salkantay Trek, Peru
When your hostel is affordable and the owners just got a new puppy… #BestWeekendEver
After I snapped this pic, my whole fam watched this dog try to run down the street while pooping. It didn’t work.
Just look at that tiny tail in that tiny wheelchair! We met this unforgettable little guy at Noah’s Ark Animal Shelter in Budapest.
This video breaks my heart and makes me smile at the same time. The worst part about traveling is not being able to bring home every single dog we meet.
The Santa Cruz dogs have got it all figured out. They spend their lives trotting back and forth with hikers (and getting lots of treats) on the four day trek in Huascaran National Park, Peru.
Santa Cruz Trek, Northern Peru
Good boy, great city.
Morning siesta on the colorful streets of Colombia.
Dadi may be blind, but he’s also the cutest dog at Animal Rescue Sofia.
Last but not least, my pup Chester.
It’s Tuesday, it’s raining, and I just want to look at pictures of some pups.
If you feel the same way, these 16 pictures of dogs around the world will definitely bring a smile to your face!
I’ve been traveling full-time for three years, these are the resources that make it happen:
➤ I exclusively use Airbnb for savings and security on long-term stays in furnished apartments.
➤ I use Booking.com for short-term stays in hostels and hotels on weekend trips.
➤ Upwork allowed me to take the leap to travel full-time because they make it so easy to find freelance clients in any field.
➤ The Superstar Blogging Travel Writing Course launched my travel writing career and helped me become a contributor at sites like Cincinnati Refined and International Living, and even get published in the Boston Globe.