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30 Cute Puppies You Could Ever Own

Cute puppies

Do you think you’ve seen cute puppies? Certainly not.

To most of us, puppies serve as a home security system, cuddly companions and most important — best friends. It is, therefore, impossible to pick favorites when it comes to puppies. Every puppy is sweet and adorable in one way or another.

However, there are puppy breeds that are incredibly adorable. If you’re looking to own a puppy, cute puppy wallpaper, or cute puppy pictures, these are the 30 cute puppies to help you choose.

1. Shih Tzu Puppy

Shih Tzu means ‘little lion’ in Chinese. Shih Tzu is an affectionate lap-dog and fun-loving dog breed that enjoys nothing more than following his owners around the house. His best moments are when he’s with you and on your laps. Shih Tzu will not guard but may bark at strangers coming to his home. However, they become friends shortly they walk in.

Shih Tzu - Puppy

2. Pomeranian puppy

Pomeranians are very bossy, stubborn and defensive; thus, they are not suitable for families with kids. They seek too much attention, and this may cause them to feel isolated, angry and resentful towards children who get the attention away from them.

If you’re an elderly who can devote your time and attention to a dog, then Pomeranian would be your ideal puppy. Pomeranians are also great guards, and they’ll bark at anything that makes a move or even a sound.

Pomeranian puppy

3. Yorkshire Terrier puppy

Yorkshire Terrier puppies are great companions for both kids and adults. They are highly intelligent and can be easily trained. Although they are small in size, these dog breeds have lots of energy and show a lot of independence.

They also make good watchdogs although they may be too quick to press the alarm at every sound and stranger.

4. Golden Retriever

The Golden Retriever is a suitable dog for kids as it’s known to be affectionate and playful around them; they like to retrieve kids’ toys and balls.

It is also a therapy and assistance dog. Apart from these, The Golden Retriever is excellent at sniffing out and tracking drugs.

You need to know that this dog breed is a heavy shedder. If you’re not comfortable with finding a lot of hairs on your furniture, let’s look at the other puppies below.

Golden Retriever

5. Labrador Retriever puppies

Labrador Retrievers are energetic and friendly dogs that are often used around water to retrieve fish, hauling nets and fetching ropes. Being active, they need a lot of workouts. Otherwise, they’ll end up being bored, which can lead them to destructive behaviors.

Labs also love to eat, and if they don’t get enough exercise, they can become overweight.

Labrador puppies

6. German Shepherd

The German shepherd is quite intelligent and a natural protector that does every job known to dog. With German shepherd, you need to train it early enough to be obedient so that it can grow into a well-mannered adult.

His family matters the most to him, and so he’s at his happiest when he’s included in the family’s activities.

Labrador puppies

7. Poodle

Poodles are affectionate dogs that are highly intelligent, energetic and make great companions. They are thought to have originated in German since their name comes from the German word ‘pudel,’ which means ‘to splash water.’

Poodle dogs tend to adapt well to almost every kind of household.

8. Shiba Inu

Shiba Inu is a Japanese national treasure. He’s a small companion dog that’s charming and affectionate. If you’re not keen, you would easily confuse Shiba Inu for a fox. He has a wedge-shaped head, erect triangle ears, dark brown eyes, and a compact, masculine body.

Shiba Inu is a keen watchdog that’s attached to his family and doesn’t like being isolated from them.

Shiba Inu puppy

9. Siberian Husky

At first glance, you may think of a Siberian Husky as a wolve. However, they are quite friendly and extremely energetic. They have a top coat and an undercoat; thus they are meant for cold climates.

Huskies are loving and affectionate towards their owners, though they are not the lap-dogs most people want. They can be stubborn at times and would want to do things as they please and not how their owners would want them to do.

Siberian Husky

10. Chihuahua

Chihuahua, the world’s smallest dog breeds, ranks among the top 10 most recommended watchdogs.

They are excellent family pets when well-treated, but they have a reputation for getting wary of strangers or children who may look threatening to their small size. Chihuahuas are the perfect loyal and long-term companions.

This little dog has an interesting personality and can be quite controlling and yappy if he’s not trained.

11. Lab puppy


12. Jack Russell Terrier puppy

The Jack Russell Terrier is a lively and intelligent dog that’s suitable for kids. It is known to be affectionate and playful around them.

And, just like many terriers, The Jack Russell Terrier loves digging and can make a large hole in a short time.

13. Dachshund puppy

Dachshund means “badger dog” in German. Originally from Germany, Dachshunds were bred with the task of hunting and killing animals.

They have a friendly personality and a great sense of smell. They require modest exercise and can adapt to almost every environment. Depending on the type of coat, Dachshunds may need to be groomed regularly.

Without proper training, Dachshunds are bred to be naturally noisy.

14. Border Collie

If you’re looking for an intelligent and working canine, the Border Collie might be one of them. Although a workaholic, he’s an affectionate puppy for active families and loves to cuddle whenever he can.

Training a Border Collie can be difficult because they are always reacting to every movement you make. When well-trained, however, Border Collier can learn to do almost anything.

Border Collie

15. Belgian Tervuren

Named after the village of Tervuren in Belgian, The Belgian Tervuren or the Terv is a highly energetic dog that needs to be kept busy most of the times; otherwise, they become hyperactive. Devoted to his family, he’s well known to be a therapy dog and a perfect companion to the disabled.

It’s also a guard dog with strong protective instincts.

16. Rottweiler


17. Papillion puppy

Papillion puppy

18. Boxer puppy

boxer puppy

19. Pug pup

pug puppy

20. Pit-bull puppy


21. Welsh Springer Spaniel

22. Maltese puppies

23. Havanese puppy

24. Bernese Mountain Dog

Bernese Mountain Dog

25. Leonberger


26. Chow chow

27. Australian Shepherd

Australian Shepherd

28. Bichon Frise

Bichon Frise Puppy

29. Basset Hound

30. Hungarian vizsla


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