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Bagel Shop Worker Takes Pics Of Snack-Happy Dogs At Her Drive-Thru

Drooooool.

There’s a new Instagram account that’s serving up delightful photos of pups that show up to the drive-thru of an Einstein Bagels in Melbourne, Florida.

And some of the doggos look like they are really enjoying the smell of bagels.

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Like, a lot. 

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Natasha Jones, a 31-year-old who works at the location is the lady behind the lens that’s capturing the faces of the fur balls who just really want a take a bite out of some carb-filled goodness.

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“My favorite part of taking these pictures is being able to look back at them,” Jones told HuffPost. “The expression in their eyes can tell you a lot about them and it’s fun wondering what they are thinking.”

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Well, we can tell you what they’re thinking. They’re thinking: bagelsbagelsbagels bagelsbagels.

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Like this dude clearly wants a pug-pernickel bagel (sorry).

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Of course, we don’t really know what’s going on in the dogs’ heads. And it’s possible they’re actually excited because they know Jones is going to give them a doggie bagel as a treat.

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Einstein Bagels actually makes doggie bagels for all the canine cuties that come to its locations. According to a rep who spoke to the breakfast-oriented website Extra Crispy, doggie bagels are made of “wheat flour, carob chips, canola oil, eggs, vanilla, and tail-wagging happiness.”

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Jones told HuffPost she’s been working at Einstein Bagels since November and has been taking photos of her dog friends from the get go.

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“I just thought they were all beautiful looking dogs and I wanted to share them with my family and friends,” she told HuffPost.

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She began sharing the shots of the little rascals in an album on her private Facebook page, but eventually realized she should be sharing them with the world.

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Last week, she decided to post the photos to Imgur and they quickly went viral, receiving over 200,000 views.

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Jones decided to spread the adorableness even further and started an Instagram page.

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Thanks for doing that Natasha, that was a very good move.

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