Dog walker takes group photos of his huge pack of dogs every day

One of the great things about being a professional dog walker is you get to spend time with all kinds of dogs every day.

But it’s also highly beneficial to the dogs. Not only do they get a chance to get out of the house when their owners are at work, but they get to interact and socialize with their own kind.

That’s what one busy dog walker understands, taking a huge pack of dogs for a stroll every day… and capturing their group outings with adorable photos.

Tim Pink is the owner of Saratoga Dog Walkers. Since 2011, he’s been running the “Mid-day Pack Walk Program.”

Every weekday while the dogs’ owners are at work, Tim picks them up for a walk. Not only does this get them out of the house for some exercise and a bathroom break, but by walking them in a big group, it also embraces the dog’s natural instincts for socialization.

“The program works with the dogs natural instincts to travel in a pack, but sadly, this primal ritual of dogs is something that most of our dogs never have the opportunity to do,” Tim writes.

The walks last about 45 minutes and are “structured to challenge the dogs both physically and mentally.” He keeps the dogs on a loose leash.

While taking the dogs around town and making sure they get whatever they need, Tim also takes the opportunity to take some adorable photos of the dogs together.

It’s clear these dogs are all getting along and are well-behaved, because many of them look like class photos:

“By walking together on a regular basis, we’re creating a big family of well-behaved dogs in the local community,” Tim wrote.

What beautiful photos! It’s clear that all these dogs are having a great time together.

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