10 Adorable Then And Now Photos of Dogs Who Are The Same Puppies But Bigger

We all age, including our pets. And nothing shows this better than going through family photos and seeing our dogs as puppies, versus seeing them either as an adult or senior dogs. The transformations are undeniable.

And other dog owners know it too, which is why there is a doggie glow-up trend which features dog owners posting pictures of their then and now puppy versus adult photos. And we cannot get enough of this. No matter what age, there is no denying that dogs are absolutely adorable.

While at first glance there are stark differences between a dog as a puppy and now – mainly the obvious changes like size and fur changes. However, if you look closer at the pictures there are subtle similarities showing that some things about our dogs never change – namely their facial expressions or certain distinctive markings.

Take a look at some of them below:

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