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Autumn is almost over, but that’s not going to stop these adorable dogs and cats from jumping in the leaves, sniffing at pumpkins and posing with turkeys.
We rounded up some sweet photos of Chihuahuas, Bichon Frises, Maine Coons and other pets enjoying the fall weather. Take a look at our photo gallery and tell us which cute pet is your favorite!
Pebbles, a Chihuahua from Pennsboro, W.Va., wants to tell everyone "Happy Thanksgiving!"
Sydney, a 3-year-old Australian Shepherd, climbs a bale of hay for a better view of the Ice Age Trail in Wisconsin.
Bacon, a 3-year-old Dachshund, enjoys his first "Pumpkin Day" in his hometown of Seattle.
Four-year-old Howie, a Doxiepoo from Seattle, sits in a bed of leaves.
Kronos, a 2-month-old Australian Cattle Dog, poses for the camera in Sierra Vista, Ariz.
Jack, a 2-year-old Pomeranian who hails from Ogden, Utah, waits for his owners to throw a ball.
Goldendoodle Leah, from Pittsburgh, couldn't share the limelight. Her owners told us that after taking a family photo, they turned back and the 3-year-old pup was still waiting for her photo op.
Bijou, an 8-year-old Bichon Frise from West Haven, Conn., sports her Halloween costume from last year.
Coco Chanel, a 5-year-old Maltese, dons her favorite pink getup.
Fauna, a 13-year-old Maine Coon, loves to snuggle up to pumpkins this time of year.
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