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Photographer Shoots A 'Dinner Pawty' To Help Doggos Find Forever Homes

The photos are everything.

A US-based photographer threw a 'dinner pawty' to help local doggos to get adopted and the results are just as adorable as you'd expect.

"The goal was to pair community based businesses and brands with our local rescues," the photographer, who fittingly calls themselves 'The Dographer' told 10 daily.

"Every month we deploy a new campaign and utilise local establishments, brands or celebrity to bring awareness and showcase these amazing dogs in a different way.  We want to change to way the world views rescue dogs."

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The campaign, officially titled 'The Dinner Pawty Project' has been so well received, plans are already being made for future campaigns for the duration of the year.

And the challenge of working with animals is outweighed by the benefit of finding them a home.

"Having been a portrait and family photographer for the last fifteen years and working with dogs for the last five of those, I can say that there is a level of patience and trust you need to work with any animal," The Dographer said.

"Getting them to do what I want them to do takes time and practice. Every dog is different, just like every person, it's my job to figure out who they are."

You can see all of the adorable doggos below:

Cali

Image: The Dographer/Supplied

Dwayne Johnson

Image: The Dographer/Supplied

Lil Chip

Image: The Dographer/Supplied

Ludwig

Image: The Dographer/Supplied

Major

Image: The Dographer/Supplied

Oreo

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Van Gogh and Dallas

Image: The Dographer/Supplied
Image: The Dographer/Supplied
Image: The Dographer/Supplied
Image: The Dographer/Supplied
Image: The Dographer/Supplied
Image: The Dographer/Supplied

Of the eight dogs featured, three have been adopted, one has a pending application and two of the dogs are still being rehabilitated before being available.

"I'd love to see the bonded pair adopted, they really do belong in a home together and I know that will take a special family," The Dographer said.

Featured image: The Dographer/Supplied

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