Friday Fluff 10/19: The Cutest Dogs Of The Week

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Kelly McGowan

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Say hello to the cutest dogs of the week.

Wilson, Cavalier King Charles Spaniel/Poodle Mix, 8 Months Old

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

McKaye Whiteside

Fun Fact: Don’t be fooled by Wilson’s cute face — he has destroyed seven pairs of shoes… and counting.

Did You Know? Dogs commonly chew on household items like shoes, carpets and pillows when they’re teething. It’s really important for puppies to chew in their early years so that they develop a healthy mouth and strong jaw. If your pup constantly chews on things he shouldn’t, consider offering him a chew toy or bone as an alternative. [Wag!]

Finnley, Chow Chow/Boxer/Lab/German Shepherd Mix, 6 Years Old

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Kelly McGowan

Fun Fact: Finnley loves her stuffed animals. She carries them around like they’re her babies — she never tears them up!

Did You Know? Some pups, especially female dogs, might bond with their favorite toy as if it were their puppy. They’ll carry it around everywhere and treat it very delicately. These behaviors are completely normal and part of a female dog’s natural mothering instinct. [The Dodo]

Bonnie, Morkie, 7 Years Old


Skye Felice

Fun Fact: Unlike many dogs, little Bonnie loves getting all dolled up. She’s a big fan of both baths and blow dryers.

Did You Know? A Morkie is a cross between a purebred Yorkshire Terrier and a purebred Maltese. Morkies are very active and playful and they form strong attachments with their owners, so they require a lot of attention. [Wikipedia]

“If you think dogs can’t count, try putting three dog biscuits in your pocket and then give him only two of them.” — Phil Pastoret

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