Eight furry friends gathered for a photo Sunday night on the front porch of Field House Brewing Co. in Abbotsford.

Paw patrol of eight lines up for brew-house photo op in Abbotsford

Friends gather their canine companions for group photo

What do you get when you combine some well-behaved furry friends, a few toys and treats as bribes, and a brew-house backdrop?

The perfect photo op, as a group of friends discovered Sunday night at Field House Brewing Co. in Abbotsford.

The group all brought their pooches along while they were enjoying the beer lawn at the establishment on West Railway Street in east Abbotsford.

They decided to line up their furry buddies on the front porch beneath the Field House Brewing Co. sign and snap away.

The well-trained and bandana-clad paw patrol sat nicely for the photos – aided by some toys and treats – and the result is the canine version of The Magnificent Seven plus one.

The photo has been shared on various social media sites, including the Field House Brewing Facebook page, which posted it Sunday night.

“This is a real photo! We can’t believe the cuteness either, but it happened tonight and we thought you should see it,” the post reads.

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