The Denali National Park husky puppycam is pure joy

Get ready to squeeeel because Denali National Park has launched its annual live sled dog puppycam featuring the park's latest litter: Happy, Party, Piñata, Cupcake, and Hundo.

Born in July, the puppies are named in honor of this year's National Park Service centennial and seem to be partying it up on their own in the newly renovated kennel at Denali. The new kennel is bigger than previous years, which means that sometimes the puppies might be out of view.

But don't fear, they'll pop up in the viewfinder rolling around and traipsing over their playhouse soon enough.

While the litter is made up of some of the cutest puppies we've ever seen (who are we kidding, all dogs are adorable), their training outside the kennel will start once they have grown a little bigger. As canine rangers, they provide the National Park Service with the most effective means to patrol the park's nearly 6 million acres during the long winter season.

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In fact, sled dogs are often the only form of transport for park rangers and officials, as the park prohibits motor vehicles off the single 92-mile road that runs through Denali.

Watching these pups grow up over the fall will be a constant source of entertainment, but you can actually go and visit Denali's sled dogs on any trip to the park. There's one more fee-free day left in 2016, so consider planning your trip around Veteran's Day on November 11 to access the park for free (the entrance fee is usually $10 per person).

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Other pets aren't allowed and your best chance to see all of the sled dogs is in the summer or fall, as they'll likely be out on the job during the winter and spring months. Fall in love? You can adopt one of the veteran huskies after they've served nine years on the job. Did someone say Traveler mascot?