A group of service dogs got together to hang out at Disneyland for the day, and the pictures prove the group of fluffy friends were an even bigger attraction than the rides. These pups are members of, Canine Companions for Independence (CCI), a non-profit organization in California that trains and places service dogs. During their training, the dogs learn tons of useful skills, including socialization skills. To help improve the dogs' socialization skills, CCI often takes the pups on field trips.
The pups, decked out in a variety of the park’s famous mouse ears, enjoyed a well-deserved day of fun, complete with rides, character meet-and-greets, and plenty of precious photo ops! It turns out it's not just humans who love Disneyland. Despite these fun-filled adventures, the dogs were technically still working. Part of their training is to learn to navigate crowds and noisy, unfamiliar surroundings. Okay, are you ready to scroll down and see if your heart can handle the cuteness?