SIX Old English Sheepdog pups paws just long enough for a snap in the sun.
The playful black and white litter was captured on camera as they scrunched up together on a garden bench.
They also enjoyed messing around in a couple of baskets in Roos, East Yorkshire.
The breed, famously used by Dulux to promote its paints, has been in decline, with just 317 born last year, down from nearly 500 in 2015.
It has been placed on the Kennel Club’s At Watch list.
But these pups are thriving as they play together in the garden showing off their adorable black and white fur.
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You'd be barking mad not to want one.
Julie Love, of charity Old English Sheepdog Rescue, said: “We were delighted to hear the news of the arrival of six lively Old English Sheepdog puppies.
"The iconic breed is seeing something of a resurgence at the moment after decreasing numbers of registrations in past years, so we are thrilled to add these little ones into the fold."