Eagle-eyed travelers driving along the otherwise ordinary Kennel Road in Ararat, Australia, will find a pleasant surprise perched on the street sign. There, placed neatly along a metal pole, are about half a dozen colorful kennels and plastic pups waiting to greet passersby.
Each brightly painted little kennel stands in stark contrast to the pole lying beneath it. The dogs are tough to spot unless you know to look for them. Pull over and take a closer look, and you’ll see each miniature animal looks as happy to see you as a real dog would be while greeting its owner—just minus the barking.
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