Paws and claws: Max relaxation

A smile this pure can be produced only through pure puppy love. Neighbor Preston Renfro was rubbing his family’s rescue pup Barron’s belly when this moment of zen was captured. At 7, Barron is the social director of his adopted family’s home who is always first to greet the trash collectors who visit weekly. He’s also quite attached to his furry siblings, long walks and rolling in the grass. “If he wasn’t so big, he’d be one of those dogs that kids could dress up and put in a baby carriage to play with,” says Barron’s human mama Brenda James.

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