Top 10 Dog Breeds That Have The CUTEST Puppies



even in the animal kingdom some newborns have a face only a mother could love but these pups are pretty much guaranteed to be adorable welcome to Ms mojo and today we're counting down our picks for the top ten dog breeds that had the cutest puppies before we begin we publish new videos every day so be sure to subscribe for more great content for this list we're being a bit shallow and are picking breeds solely based on the cute factor of their pups some of them might be a handful to raise or live with but that's okay because oh my god just look at them number 10 German Shepherd strikingly handsome confident and composed as an adult the German Shepherd dog as its officially known is downright adorable as a pup while it's tough to imagine these little fur balls growing up to be canine law enforcement agents the image of one in a police hat is pretty cute roughly fifteen thousand registered purebred German shepherds are born each year in Germany alone around the world they can be found in a range of colors including mixes of block tan white red blue grey or even a panda pattern as a bonus GSD s are hyper intelligent and have the potential to learn most tricks within the first 5 tries they even have their own sport shut send number nine Newfoundland much like the friendly good nature people of their namesake province these dogs are known to be hard-working people loving and a bit messy when drinking the pups are bigger eaters than their laboratory cousins but adult Newfoundland dogs actually eat less than full-grown labs in addition to the Labrador this dog is also thought to share ancestry with the ancient Viking bear dog or even the Tibetan Mastiff but based on their cuteness as babies we equally suspect a relationship to Teddy Ruxpin or Winnie the Pooh allegedly tough to train and even a bit rowdy it seems likely that however much trouble they give you you'll be too smitten with that sweet little face to care number eight French Bulldog cuter smaller and less grumpy looking than their English cousins the French Bulldog is not a pup to be ignored actually a dog of English heritage the Bulldog francais began as a toy size variant of the English Bulldog and gained it's name when it found an easily earned popularity across the channel known for its stocky build bat-like ears and droopy upper lip the Frenchie is a playful laid-back and loving little creature they come in an array of colors including brindle white fawn and black given their size they are great dogs for apartment dwellers even as adults they are cuter than most puppies but when they're young they're cute factor is off the charts number 7 ciao ciao ever wanted a baby lion only to have your landlord say no a ciao ciao puppy might just be the answer strikingly beautiful and found in various colors the ciao hails from China and may be one of the oldest breeds around potentially originating as far back as 3,000 years ago nicknamed the song sheets one which translates to potty Lion dog a newborn ciao is an infinitely huggable furball but also has its fair share of quirks for one it's a tad introverted often disliking dogs of the same gender and tends to be territorial although smooth-coated Chows are usually more friendly with strangers regardless with a little living teddy bear in your arms you'll likely overlook all bad behavior number 6 dachshund often times strange can be cute and with their absurdly long bodies and stubby legs these little hounds are adorably odd particularly as puppies also known as a Doxie or more casually the wiener dog dachshunds can be found in all sorts of colors with black and tan being the most common they also come in smooth or short wire and long hair coats meaning there's a variety out there to suit most tastes although a little difficult to housebreak and potentially annoyingly barky dachsies are hopelessly devoted to their families and play well with older children in all honesty though the moment this little bundle of joy comes into your life you won't want to share it with your kids anyway number 5 Pomeranian also called the zort Spitz or the Lulu and looking like a cloud crossed with a cotton ball with a little Ewok thrown in the Pomeranian is a keen learner and loyal to the core although known for their tiny size and that's their huge cuteness the Pomeranian is descended from much larger ancestors Spitz dogs which way closer to 30 pounds sometimes these old genes resurface resulting in a throwback Pomeranian a pompom substantially larger than their three to seven pound average yes that's the adult weight range at eight weeks a healthy Pomeranian puppy can weigh as little as a pound is your heart melting at the mere thought of one yet number four husky with its wolfish good looks a full-grown husky always has a certain air of distinction in puppy form however the husky resembles gizmos first batch crossed with a cartoon the breeds familiar wolf-like facial colorings when miniatures give the pups a look of almost evil determination which combined with their hapless size makes them absolutely precious although hard to housebreak Huskies make up for it with a natural playfulness a trait they often carry from puppyhood to maturity quite frankly they can be crazy energetic so one shouldn't be surprised to see a husky puppy bouncing here there and everywhere in search of adventure and mischievious fun they may very well drive the family cat right out of town number three Bernese Mountain Dog a modern descendant of the Roman molosser Dog the burners sennenhund as it is known in German is a complex breed despite their eventual massive size these Swiss pups can be rather sensitive prone to separation anxiety and even intimidated by beards can you say heartbreakingly shy at the same time they're equally known to love people especially kids and be a true friend until the end be warned while they start out small they grow fast so cherish it while it lasts thankfully if properly trained and socialized as a pup the Bernese Mountain Dog never seems to become aware of its age keeping a puppy like attitude towards life for way longer than many other breeds number two Walsh Corgi cuteness could and should be measured in units of Corgi puppies because we'll look at them Walsh for dwarf dog corgis come in to equal adorable variations Pembroke and the cardigan well the slightly larger and more colorful cardigan is not without its fans it's the Pembroke that tends to win the popular vote the Pembroke has been a favorite of Queen Elizabeth the second since she received a quirky named Susan for her 18th birthday in addition to being cute as a button from birth right through their golden years the breed is the subject of rather endearing folklore according to legend corgis were the traditional steeds of woodland fairies and were eventually introduced to humans as a gift before we unveil our top pick here are a few honorable mentions number one golden retriever ah the golden retriever but which one there are actually three main categories British American and Canadian and each one will melt your heart coming in shades from cream to bold and even some reddish hues a Golden Retriever is a friend for the whole family not just the person that feeds it third in popularity in the u.s. at least one golden has found a home in the White House President Ford's appropriately named pet liberty and why not with their good looks and smarts to match our retriever can make any house a home lovable trainable and oh so soft a Golden Retriever puppy can melt the heart of stone do you agree with our picks check out these other great clips from ms mojo and subscribe for new videos every day you

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