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There was a lot of puppy love on National Puppy Day 


A little puppy love is a very good thing. 

We have buckets of it in our newsroom.  

And who are we kidding? Everyday is National Puppy Day to dog lovers. 

In recognition of the day, we asked the owners of puppies (and former puppies) in our newsroom to share their photos.

>> MORE: Your dog can swim and dive at this unique local pool

One thing was clear: staff members representing Dayton.com, Dayton Daily News, WHIO-TV, The Journal-News and AM 1290 and News 95.7 WHIO love their puppy dogs. 

The video above is a barking good time. 

Celebrated annually on March 23, National Puppy Day celebrates puppies and promotes pet adoption. 

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