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Photos: How Local Pets Are Spending Their Stay-at-Home Time

Local pets are hanging out with their owners more as they follow Gov. Ralph Northam’s stay-at-home order.

To help provide some light-hearted content during the pandemic, Tysons Reporter recently asked readers to share us their photos of their furry companions.

Yesterday, we shared some of the many photos we’ve received from local residents of their pets. We’ll continue to highlight pet photos through Friday.

Several pet parents sent in pictures of their dogs and cats wearing everything from hats to bowties.

Check out the gallery above and come back tomorrow for more photos on our website.

Have a photo you want to submit? We’re still taking submissions. Tag or direct message us on social media (FacebookTwitterInstagram) or email us at [email protected].

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