Puppy love! Kate Middleton and Prince William play with puppies in Pakistan

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It's puppy love for the Cambridges!

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge closed out their last day in Pakistan with a visit to the Army Canine Centre in Islamabad to learn about the organization's work training dogs to identify explosive devices. The UK has supported the country's armed forces on this venture for over 10 years to combat the region's security challenges.

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The couple's visit to the center, which was rescheduled after an electrical storm caused two aborted landings in Islamabad, was met with conversations with the program's dog trainers and security experts. According to reports, the organization has been incredibly successful and has recovered 700 homemade bombs and 19 tons of explosives in the past three years alone.

Kate and Will, who are dog parents to Lupo, a cocker spaniel back home, also played with the program's puppies and led them through an agility course. Of course, the engagement made for some adorable photos for royal fans.

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