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THE PUPPY DIARIES: a photo series

shot by Maddy Graves
A photo series documenting the lives of three weeks old black and white labradors. There were six puppies total: three black puppies and three white puppies; two girls and four boys! Their first weeks of birth were amazing and messy. All puppies do is sleep, eat, and poop, however, it’s beautiful to witness their first weeks of life. From watching their eyes open for the first time to hearing their first barks, it was an unusual and adorable experience.














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