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Chris Hughes and his wife Mariesa try to put all 17 of their rescue dogs in place for a group photo

Family leg feature! Cute moment, a couple try to arrange all 17 of their rescue dogs for a group photo

  • Chris and Mariesa Hughes take care of the dogs for a rescue center in New York
  • They often post photos of the dogs, but some believe they have been photoshopped
  • To prove them wrong, the couple showed a video behind the scenes of a photo
  • It shows how difficult it is to get all the dogs in place and stare at the camera
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This is the cute moment that a couple with 17 dogs are trying to arrange them all for a family photo.

Chris Hughes and his wife Mariesa take care of 17 dogs as part of their rescue center called The Mr Mo Project in Clifton Park, New York.

To show off their unusual family of different shapes, sizes and races, they like to bring them together for group photos.

Chris Hughes and his wife Mariesa try to put all 17 of their rescue dogs in place for a group photo

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Chris Hughes and his wife Mariesa try to put all 17 of their rescue dogs in place for a group photo

After they posted it on their social media, followers wondered if the images had been photoshopped.

So Chris decided to film a film behind the scenes in which he showed how well he behaved and organized his dogs.

Chris said: & # 39; Every time we post family photos, people never believe how we succeeded.

& # 39; They think we are photoshopping and that is why we made the video so that people could see that it is real and that our dogs are behaving so well.

The couple regularly post group photos of their dogs, but their followers have accused them of photoshopping

The couple regularly post group photos of their dogs, but their followers have accused them of photoshopping

The couple regularly post group photos of their dogs, but their followers have accused them of photoshopping

They shared the chaotic video behind the scenes to show how hard it is to get all the dogs in place
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They shared the chaotic video behind the scenes to show how hard it is to get all the dogs in place

They shared the chaotic video behind the scenes to show how hard it is to get all the dogs in place

& # 39; To get them all in place, it takes about two minutes.

& # 39; Sometimes Stig likes to walk away, but he immediately goes back to his place when we ask him.

& # 39; The small dogs are easiest because you simply put them where you want them and they stay. & # 39;

They eventually got all the dogs in position for the cute photo and most of them stared at the camera
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They eventually got all the dogs in position for the cute photo and most of them stared at the camera

They eventually got all the dogs in position for the cute photo and most of them stared at the camera

The couple tries to take one of these family photos for all major holidays, including Christmas.

Chris said: & # 39; We'll take a father's and mother's day photo and then a big vacation photo.

& # 39; They have become quite used to the photos & know that they will get something tasty afterwards, so it's pretty easy now. & # 39;

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