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Puppies and Paint Puzzle Details:

About: We're back in the painting studio with four cute and mischievous puppies and their mother. Start today's puzzle and put the energetic and inquisitive puppies and the paint they managed to tip over and get on themselves back together as fast as you can and get your name on our leader boards. Have fun!
Image Credits: Carl Reichert
Puzzle Of The Day On: 10/May/2016

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