Friday Fluff 01/25: The Cutest Dogs Of The Week


Robin Eubanks

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Say hello to the cutest dogs of the week.

Token, Miniature Dapple Long-Haired Dachshund, 12 Weeks Old

 Dachshund puppy

Kirsty Flach

Fun fact: Token loves getting belly rubs and being around his humans 24/7.

Did you know? Some of the most affectionate dog breeds include the Labrador Retriever, Golden Retriever, Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, Pit Bull, Collie, Great Dane and English Bulldog. These pups prefer cuddles more than anything else. [BarkPost]

Scrummer, Standard Cockapoo, 1 Year Old


Anne Caverly

Fun fact: Scrummer is an international pup. He’s a dual citizen of Ireland and the United States. He’s also a huge fan of rugby.

Did you know?  A Cockapoo is a mix between a Cocker Spaniel and a Poodle. Cockapoos are generally friendly, people-oriented and easy to train. Their scruffy coats usually require extensive grooming. [Vetstreet]

Dutch, Pembroke Welsh Corgi, 6 Years Old


Robin Eubanks

Fun fact: Despite his tiny legs, Dutch is an agile pup. He can jump through hula hoops and weave in and out of poles.

Did you know? The American Kennel Club has its own national dog agility competition. During the competition, pups leap over jumps (not dissimilar to those used in show jumping) and run through slaloms. Last year’s winner was a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. [American Kennel Club]

“I love slippers, but I have five dogs. So, unfortunately, I have a lot of single slippers.” – Georgina Bloomberg

Editors’ Picks: Our Favorite Doggie Buys Of The Week

Furbo Dog Camera: This smart camera-feeder hybrid lets you toss treats to your pup when you’re elsewhere via its smartphone app.

Hoover PowerDash Pet Carpet Cleaner: If you have a dog that sheds, this carpet cleaner is about to be your new best friend.

Rambo Deluxe Dog Blanket: This fleece thermal dog blanket will keep your pup warm all winter long.

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