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Shirtless Firemen and Hilarious Puppy Costumes: 18 Scenes from Howl-O-Ween at Pinecrest Gardens

The Internet exists for two reasons: puppies and porn. When it comes right down to it, at least 80 percent of the stuff clogging "the tubes" is either a furry face that belongs on Cute Overload, or at least partially naked people designed to give you dirty thoughts.

See also:
- Save a Dog, Ride a Fireman at Pinecrest Gardens Howl-O-Ween
- Project Fashion Tails Pairs Cute Animals and Perv-Worthy Models

So as a publication for Internet readers, it was our solemn duty to bring you these scenes from Howl-O-Ween, a benefit for Friends Forever Humane Society and the Pets' Trust featuring sweet, snuggly dogs in costume and beefy firefighters. It's not quite porn, but in today's nip slip culture, we know you'll take what you can get.

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