Six Old English Sheepdog Puppies That Will Melt Your Heart

Though you’re now already familiar with these two shaggy Old English Sheepdogs living in the Netherlands, you may never have heard of this sweet little pack. Cees Bol, the photographer and owner of the now famous dogs Sophie and Sarah, didn’t adopt more dogs, he found a friend in his neighborhood, Arie Bloemendal, who owned six more!

Lucky for us, Arie was happy to let Cees shoot his adorable, furry family. As Cees tells u, “He’s got the same drive and love, or call it madness, for his sheepies as we do. So regularly we go for a walk or, when we have a good idea, we gather hem all together and go out for some shooting. We have fun, the dogs have fun, the people who are there have fun, and afterwards, people having fun seeing the pictures.”

Now, without further ado, introducing the six little puppies that will help your heart.














Cees Bol on Facebook and Flickr





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