I found that the photo was a bit too flat so I upped the contrast and adjusted the clarity. Exposure: +.09, Contrast: +20, Highlights: -45, shadows: -25, Texture: +22 and Clarity +64
One thing that I’ve noticed about editing any pictures with my dog in them is that raising up the contrast helps create a-lot of textural differences in the pictures between his fur and wherever he’s sitting/ laying down, so that’s one of the first things I raised after also raising the exposure a small amount. Afterwards I lowered down the highlights which helped bring out the pattern and darker tones on the sheet he’s laying on. I then lowered the whites down and raised up the blacks by a good amount which gave his fur a lot more luster and shine. After having raised the saturation a small amount on the oranges for the sheets on his right, I lastly raised the texture, clarity, and dehaze by a small amount on top of lowering the vignette by small amount as well to make the corners a little darker.