Photo booths are usually used to capture humans' funny faces, but one has gone to the dogs—for a very good reason.

April 09, 2015

Photo booths are usually used to capture humans' funny faces, but one has gone to the dogs — for a very good reason.

The Humane Society of Utah came up with a fun new way to promote the pets they have up for adoption — rather than traditional pictures of the dogs in the shelter, they decided to take photo-booth style shots of the pooches hamming it up for the camera.

 
The Humane Society of Utah's social media coordinator and photographer Guinnevere Shuster came up with the idea and has been sharing the photos on the organization's Instagram and Facebook page, where the pictures have been getting a lot of attention.

 

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