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Pope gets photobombed hard by the world's smiliest dog

LONDON — If you're having a frustrating morning, we strongly advise that you take a moment or two to look at these photos of the Pope meeting smiley dogs. On Wednesday, outside the Vatican in St. Peter's Square, Pope Francis was greeted by a dog training group. SEE ALSO: Mark Zuckerberg meets the Pope, gives him a model drone As he soon learned, it's almost impossible to take a serious photo when you're surrounded by happy dogs: This dog has a strong photobomb game.
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