There’s no doubt; small, cute puppies are so adorable.
Here’s the thing:
We present our illustrated list of 20 of the cutest puppy breeds.
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1. Shar Pei
Shar Pei is a breed best-known for its specific looks – they’re the cuddliest dog breed of its size.
That’s how their puppies are smaller and cuter versions of them, as if they weren’t adorable enough. It seems that everyone went crazy for these dogs from the moment people started using them in popular commercials, promoting their appearance even more.
Pomeranians look like they’ve been drawn from some cartoon and suddenly become alive – that’s the only possible way of explaining their cuteness packed in a size of a human’s hand.
And if we have in mind that they’re adorable even as grown-ups, it’s completely logical how their puppies are the cutest possible things you could ever see.
3. Golden Retriever
Golden Retrievers are probably everyone’s favorite breed – they’re exactly the right size, with a kind face and fluffy hair.
Another thing that makes them incredible as puppies is their clumsiness – they’re always falling around and stumbling, which makes them funny to watch and melt in front of them.
You just can’t go past them without cuddling at least a little bit.
Golden Retrievers are also great for kids and family! Check out more kid-friendly dogs.
4. Bernese Mountain Dog
These giant cuddly creatures are equally cute as grown-ups and as puppies. They are meant for cuddling – how else would you describe its size and hair that are both large, but harmless?
There’s no human being who could resist a curl up party with a Bernese Mountain Dogs and admire their unique appearance.
Beagles are dogs that look like they came to the real world straight from some cartoon – they’re cute and small, but still serious and smart.
These dogs are known for their adorable eyes that cause a meltdown every time you look into them – they can really make you do anything in order to make them happy. Besides, how could you possibly resist?
6. Alaskan Malamute
Although these dogs are not actually the friendliest ones, there’s one thing that’s undeniable about them and that’s their beauty.
You can admire Alaskan Malamutes in their grown years, but remain speechless in front of their cubs – it’s a mixture of gorgeousness and cuteness.
You might think we’re overreacting, but try it out yourself, and you’ll see we’re right.
7. Bichon Frise
You might like or dislike this dog breed depending on whether you’re a fan of small fluffy dogs or not.
However, you definitely won’t be indifferent to their puppies that look exactly like small clouds that are just waiting on you to cuddle with them.
Luckily for us, they’re not looking much different as grown-ups, so you can enjoy every second of curling up with them.
Not everyone is a fan of the Dachshund, and that’s probably because of their unique looks.
However, their puppies look almost nothing like them – or at least, they don’t have that long-shaped body when they’re still young.
So, people who dislike these dogs should definitely give them a chance as puppies – they definitely won’t be disappointed with their character.
9. Maltese Shih Tzu
Here’s another toy dog which you might prefer or not, but you just can’t deny that they’re cute. The best thing about them is that they shed next to nothing, which means you can cuddle with them as long as you want to.
Maltese Shih Tzu is a very friendly and open for play invitations all the time – there’s no chance you could possibly resist them.
10. St. Bernard
St. Bernards are not commonly seen in cities because of their size – they live in mountain areas and are usually trained to help to find lost people.
Although they might seem scary, this breed’s puppies are the most adorable little things you’ll ever see – and having in mind they’re actually harmless, you’ll enjoy every second spent with them.
Here’s another giant dog that looks like a small teddy bear in their youngest age. A Newfoundland is a very large and strong breed, but when it comes to their character, they’re cheerful and cuddly.
These puppies are not often seen on the streets, but everyone who’s been around them could witness about their cuteness.
Samoyed dogs are so dreamy, as if they came out directly of a winter fairy tale to impress us. Their puppies are fluffy little snowballs that are the kindest creatures alive, with their giant hair and adorable face.
They come from Siberia (as well as the Siberian Huskies), the snowy Russian area, and they were earlier used for pulling sleds, and they’re even doing it today, but not so often.
You just can’t talk about cute Dalmatian puppies without mentioning Dalmatians – it’s the first breed you ever learn about because of the famous cartoon 101 Dalmatians.
After watching it, every child’s wish is to have one, and if you’re a dog person, you’ll know what we’re talking about. They’re unique because of the spots they have all over their body.
14. Jack Russell Terrier
Jack Russell Terriers are ideal for families who want to have a dog – they’re small, which means they can live with you in a flat and don’t make much mess, and they’re also very cheerful and loving.
Just like all the other dogs, they should be taken as puppies to start learning things from the youngest age; you’ll definitely have so much fun with them.
It seems like the entire world went crazy for pugs – we could almost call them dogs that marked the past few years.
Pugs are always adorable, no matter if they’re grown-ups or cubs, and they never stop having that cute face you fall for the first time you see them. They’re the only breed accepted by people who are not into toy dogs.
Now we understand why Corgis are THE dogs of the English royal family!
The fun thing about them is that they remain adorable even when they age because of their short, comical legs.
However, when they are still puppies they are extremely cute and have that super soft coat you just can’t stop cuddling.
17. Neapolitan Mastiff
Neapolitan Mastiffs are fearsome guard dogs that a burglar wouldn’t like to see on their way, when they are still young they are just too cute to handle.
Neapolitan Mastiff puppies are surely among most unusually looking ones, especially because of their gray, short coat and hypnotizing blue eyes.
How could any beauty/cuteness contest pass without the Poodle?
They basically invented elegance in the canine world. But, no matter their glamorous attitude when they grow up, Poodle puppies are among cutest (and softest) creatures you could ever find.
If you happen to be in the surrounding of a Poodle puppy, be prepared to get completely swiped away with their cuteness.
19. Irish Setter
The Irish Setters are very popular for their gorgeous fur and their graceful appearance. But, not a lot of people are aware that when they are born, Irish Setters are one of the cutest puppies you could ever see.
These fast, but sweet looking puppies will make you fall in love within minutes, and you’ll find yourself chasing around them in a matter of seconds.
Good to know: If you are a first time dog owner and you just got a puppy know that they may have puppy odor, that many often mistaken with bad smell.
Can you imagine that this little ball of cuteness transfers into that strong, muscular Rottweiler you’re kind of scared to pass by?
Well, apparently, these puppies come to this world as adorable little creatures, and their brown face-markings make their expressions even cuter. Don’t you agree?
So, which is the cutest dog breed in the world?
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