‘Mirror mirror on the wall, who’s the cutest of them all?’ I bet any magic mirror faced with this question from a dog would simply shatter! From guards to ornaments, dogs are the probably most trusted quadrupeds in the entire animal kingdom by human beings. Apart from their gazillion qualities including loyalty, friendliness etc. dogs are also absurdly cute and cuddly company to be in. But once again the question left unanswered still hangs in the air. Which is the cutest dog breed in the world? Read on our list of the most ‘awww-dorable’ cute dogs in the world.
Top 10 Cutest Dogs
1. Tea Cup Pomeranian
These tiny fuzzy balls are simply a pleasure to look at and incredibly fun to play with. They are very energetic and like running around and playing as much as possible and are quite protective of their family. Any post about cute dog can never be complete without mentioning Boo, the world’s cutest and probably best groomed Pomeranian, a YouTube sensation and currently holds the title of the world’s cutest dog.
Everybody knows the tiny little clumsy waddling of the Vodafone mascot. It has a very pleasant temperament but can be stubborn at times. Pugs don’t require a lot of grooming although they need to be cleaned and dried regularly, especially under the facial wrinkles to avoid skin infections.
3. Siberian Husky
Siberian Huskies gained their popularity during the Alaskan gold rush when dog sled racing was at its peak moment. That does not however, in any way, change the fact that the husky puppies are simple and plain adorable and one of the cutest breeds of dog. Huskies are very friendly, obstinate, clever, independent, stubborn, mischievous, fun-loving dogs and are alert at all times.
4. Golden Retriever
One of the cutest dogs in the world, Golden Retrievers are generally very well-natured, fun loving and very playful. They are pretty active and energetic outdoors, they are pretty calm indoors, hence making them a great household pet. The very aptly named ‘Retrievers‘, are pretty good at games involving catch or holding things in their mouth and can be easily trained.
5. Pembroke Welsh Corgi
The Pembroke Welsh Corgis’ are clever, fun loving, playful and outdoorsy dogs and are very loyal to their humans and quite eager to please. They are well behaved with children and tend to herd them too. The Corgis were originally raised as farm animals and were expert at herding cattle and other livestock.
Beagles are amazing companions but are quite independent. They are very friendly and are in fact known as the gentlest dogs among the hound breeds. The beagles were originally bred as companions for hunters and are therefore very adventurous and love to explore. They are very fond of trailing and tend to run off on trails on their own.
7. Chinese Shar-Pei
These wrinkly little beasts are as loyal as they are independent. Shar-Pei’s are not overly affectionate but they are very loyal and protective of their families. They are extremely stubborn and independent, self-confident and self-assured. They need to be trained by a strong confident handler or they will end up becoming too dominant.
The Dachshund, more popularly known as ‘wiener-dogs’ are curious and adventurous much like the Corgi, love to dig and enjoy games involving chasing. Dachshunds are very loyal and will instantly switch to alert mode if they sense a threat to their family.
9. Labrador Retriever
Labrador Retrievers probably make the best pets, thanks to their gentle temperament and ability to get along with anyone. They love hunting, swimming and retrieving things and do well both out doors and indoors. They are considered as the cutest dog breed in the world.
This walking, barking big ball of fur is always smiling, extremely playful and naughty by nature and one of the cutest dogs in the world. Since it is bred for herding, the Samoyed tends to employ their genetic talent on children by playfully herding them. They grow extremely attached to their families and are generally quite easy to please.