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This Canmore photographer takes pics of pups to help find them a home (PHOTOS)

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Daily Hive Staff Feb 20, 2019 3:32 pm 638

In what is hands-down the best use of social media we’ve ever seen, one Alberta photographer is making it her mission to find forever homes for the adorable dogs of Rocky Mountain Animal Rescue.

Rachael Rodgers, a photographer from Canmore, Alberta, has filled her Instagram and Facebook feeds with pictures of pups that would melt even the most frozen of hearts — and that’s saying something, because it can get cold in the Rocky Mountains.

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A quick look at Rodgers’ feed will feature the happy faces and floopy ears of many different adoptable dogs, but it’s the captions that will really capture your attention.

Each post comes will a full story detailing a day spent with the dog, an insight into their individual personality, and ways that you (yes, you!) can help the animal out.

 

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Whether it be adopting, fostering, or — in the case of the most recent addition, Yuki — just providing a good bath, the posts will let you know what avenues to take in order to meet the featured (soon-to-be-)best friends.

Don’t live in a place that allows for animals, but still want to help out the dogs? No worries! Rodgers accepts donations that go towards the countless hours, multiple miles, and many tanks of gas that it takes to bring these good boys and girls out into the Rocky Mountains for their perfect photoshoot.

 

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Contributions can be made on her website, where she assures visitors that all donations will “go entirely to fuel. My time, supplies, and vehicle for each sponsored dog are entirely volunteer/donated by me.”

Another way to help find the pups a new home is by sharing her Facebook posts, following along on her social channels, and letting any would-be adopters know of the invaluable resource that Rodgers provides for dogs in the area.

Her website can be found here, while here Instagram and Facebook can both be found under the usernames @trailsandbears and Rachael Rodgers Photo Works, respectively.

 

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