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For the dogs: Your best canine photos from our Destinations Photo Contest
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For the dogs: Your best canine photos from our Destinations Photo Contest

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These photos are for the dogs, or at least the people who love them.

Our Destinations Travel Photo Contest is hosting some wonderful photos taken by travelers such as YOU! From wildlife to waterfalls, sunsets to mountains, peaceful farms to bustling big cities, we are seeing it all!

Here is a small sampling of the great photos you submitted showing travel photos with your dogs. (Captions are written by the photographers.)

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