The hottest dogs are dachshunds. Unusual squat legs and lengthy bodies make them appealing. Doxies are the best home alarm system ever, plus they look great. Their barks notify you to anyone within 50 feet of your home.
The Spruce / Kristie Lee Pugs originated in China around 400 B.C. as fu dogs or lo-chiang-sze. For thousands of years, this scrunchy-faced pooch has been a favorite. English "pug" meant "little cutie" in the 1500s.
Golden retrievers are gentle, loving, and sweet like their faces. It's little wonder they're a top U.S. breed year after year. They melt your heart as puppies and grownups.
Cairn terriers are cute like "Wizard of Oz" Toto. Their cheerful personality, cock-of-the-head gaze, fast lick to the face, and tongue-hanging smile make you love these curious little dogs.
Papillons are big dogs in small packages. Butterfly-shaped, fluffy ears appear to lift the dog in flight. Its elegant puppy poodle appearance is complemented by its fluffy coat.
Cavalier King Charles spaniels melt hearts. All in the eyes. This dog appears to be frowning with its mouths closed, but no matter. Eyes have it.
Some love all things wild and furry because of huskies' wolf-like appearance. This huge fur ball loves snow and cooler temperatures. This dog has a long-lasting expression and strange vocalizations that some call "talking."
These joyful companion canines were bred in Cuba to love people. As faithful companions, they tend to stay with their adopted family. Too much time alone can cause separation anxiety in these cute dogs.
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