Adorable moment a couple try to arrange all 17 of their rescue dogs for a group photo

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Family paw-trait! Adorable moment a couple try to arrange all 17 of their rescue dogs for a group photo

  • Chris and Mariesa Hughes look after the dogs for a rescue centre in New York
  • They often post photos of the dogs but some believed they are photoshopped
  • To prove them wrong, the couple showed a behind the scenes video of a photo
  • It shows how difficult it is to get all of the dogs in place and staring at the camera 

This is the adorable moment a couple with 17 dogs try to arrange them all for a family photograph.

Chris Hughes and his wife Mariesa look after the dogs as part of their rescue centre called The Mr Mo Project in Clifton Park, New York.

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

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

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

After posting them to their social media, followers questioned whether the images were photoshopped.

So Chris decided to film a behind the scenes video showing just how well behaved and organised his dogs were.

Chris said: ‘Whenever we posted family pictures people never believe how we managed to do it.

‘They think that we photoshop it which is the reason we did the video, so people could see that it’s real and that our dogs are that well behaved.

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

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

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

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

‘To get them all into place, it takes about two minutes.

‘Sometimes The Stig (a pitbull) likes to walk away but he goes right back to place when we tell him to.

‘The small dogs are the easiest because you just put them where you want them and they stay.’

They eventually got all of the dogs in position for the adorable photo and most were staring at the camera

They eventually got all of the dogs in position for the adorable photo and most were staring at the camera

The couple try to capture one of these family pictures for all of the major holidays, including Christmas.

Chris said: ‘We will do a Father’s and Mother’s Day picture and then a big holiday picture.

‘They have become pretty accustomed to the pictures and know that they get treats after so it pretty easy now. ‘ 

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