There are plenty of cute pups, but a handful is prettier than the rest of the pack. Below you will find some of the Cute Dog Breeds that I’ve found from around the Web. These mushy little friends are too adorable for us!

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#1 Petit Basset Griffon Vendeen

Photo credit: “Petit Basset Griffon Vendéen MWPR Katowice 2008 001” by Lilly Mreal name: Małgorzata Miłaszewska – Own work. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons.

The Petit Basset Griffon Vendeen (PBGV) is a rustic French Hound that came to prominence during the French Revolution.Petit Basset Griffon Vendeens are active, alert, vocal, and usually friendly. They enjoy participating in dog sports such as agility, tracking, and sprint.

#2 Portuguese Podengo Pequeno


The Portuguese Podengo Pequeno, a smart and versatile breed, with erect ears and a wedge-shaped head.The Portuguese Podengo Pequeno is a purebred dog from Portugal and is the smallest of the three Portuguese Podengo size classes that are not interbred.

#3 Löwchen

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The Löwchen, or Little Lion Dog, is a small but mighty breed that was once considered the rarest in the world. Affectionately known as the Lion Dog, the Lowchen’s coat does require a fair amount of grooming. The grooming is well worth the final look. They are very happy, friendly dogs that make great companions and even do well in dog sports like obedience and agility.

#4 Tibetan Spaniel

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Small but active and alert, the Tibetan Spaniel dog breed hails from mountainous Tibet, where these dogs served as a companions and watchdogs. 

#5 Boykin Spaniel


Boykins are medium-sized spaniels, larger and rangier than Cockers but more compact than Springers. They are known for their hunting skills and make good companions to families. The typical Boykin spaniel is friendly and eager to please.

#6 Lagotto Romagnolo


The Lagotto Romagnolo is an Italian breed of dog. It originates in the marshlands of the Delta del Po in the eastern part of the Romagna sub-region of Italy. The name derives from Romagnol can lagòt, meaning “water dog”.

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#7 Norfolk Terrier


Norfolk terriers are active, intelligent dogs. They are small sized dogs weighing around 12 pounds. Though they do not make good kennel dogs, they prefer being with their guardians and are very loyal to them.

#8 Entlebucher Mountain Dog


The Entlebucher Sennenhund or Entlebucher Mountain Dog is a medium-sized herding dog, it is the smallest of the four regional breeds that constitute the Sennenhund dog type. The name Sennenhund refers to people called Senn, herders in the Swiss Alps. Entlebuch is a region in the canton of Lucerne in Switzerland.

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#9 Berger Picard

Photo credit: “BergerPicard” by Leanam – Own work. Licensed under Public Domain via Wikimedia Commons.

They are also known as Picardy Shepherd, they are the oldest of the French sheepdogs. They are medium sized well muscled and slightly longer than tall and are a rare French Sheepdog

#10 Russian Spaniel

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The Russian Spaniel is a small, sturdy dog with a short, tight, silky coat with feathering on the ears and legs. They are a variety of Spaniels developed in Soviet Union after the World War II.

#11 Beagle


The beagle breed has existed for hundreds of years and is one of the most familiar breeds in the world. Beagles are very special dogs and would be perfect for families and are known for being affectionate, easy going and loveable.

#12 Border Collie


Border Collies are highly intelligent and highly trainable and are superstars at canine activities such as herding, obedience, and agility. They are active and working dogs best suited to country living. They are breed of herding dog.

#13 Boston Terrier


he Boston Terrier is a compactly built, square-proportioned, short-backed, clean-cut dog. They love people, activity and attention, but sometimes can be stubborn.

#14 Shetland Sheepdog

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Shetland Sheepdog is a small, active and agile herding dog. They are kind, smart and hardworking. They were primarily used for herding sheep.

#15 Shi Tzu

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The Shih Tzu is a sturdy, lively, alert toy dog with long flowing double coat. They are sensitive to heat and require only moderate exercise. They love to site on people’s lap.

#16 French Bulldog

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The French bulldog is not simply a miniature bulldog. They crave for love and affection. They demand attention and well suited for small families.

#17 Pembroke Welsh Corgi

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The Pembroke Welsh corgi is a small to medium-sized herding dog of short stature and sturdy build. They are known for their quick intelligence are very active dogs.

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