Adorable golden retriever puppies - who will grow up to serve as police dogs - stole the show at Chile's annual military parade on Wednesday. The puppies took part in the military parade to celebrate Chile's 208th Independence Day, reports Evening Standard. Adorable pictures and videos that have now gone viral on social media show the fluffy puppies snuggling in neon green pouches worn by a row of police trainers during the parade. The puppy unit was followed by a row of uniformed men walking adult golden retrievers and labradors - with all the dogs wearing little boots.
The dogs belong to the Canine Unit of the Carabineros de Chile, the country's national police force.
The lovely pictures of the police puppers have been shared thousands of times on social media. Needless to add, they have the Internet going 'aww'. In fact, reactions to the pics and videos have even been curated into their own Twitter Moment.
* Moves to Chile, gets citizenship, joins army unit , becomes sergeant of puppies* https://t.co/gfLP9beNp8- Elizabeth West (@Limeylizzie) September 20, 2018
i have 3 words for you on this Thursday:- J.D. Durkin (@jiveDurkey) September 20, 2018
CHILEAN. POLICE. PUPPERS. pic.twitter.com/yS6B5SYFKW
Police Puppers, we ALL salute you. Even those napping on the job. https://t.co/HALlZgvJOZ- Rachael Dunlop (@RachaelDunlop) September 20, 2018
FINALLY dogs being shown the respect and honor the DESERVE- AbbyQT (@AbbyGaleQT) September 20, 2018
Also omg the sleeping one https://t.co/XY1gjissju
A video shared by Carabineros de Chile on Facebook shows the puppies and their adult counterparts taking part in the parade, which was held at the Bernardo O'Higgins Park in Santiago, Chile.
Since being shared online, the video has collected over 9,000 'shares' and thousands of comments praising the pooches.
We definitely want to head to Chile after this. What about you?
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