12 Cutest Dog Breeds to Keep as Pets

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Pembroke Welsh Corgi

Pembroke Welsh corgis are associated with adorable little sprites who adored corgis. Wales is rife with tales of corgis hauling fairy carriages.


Beagles are among those varieties that retain their puppy appearance. Beagles are exceptional hunting canines.


Pomeranians have developed a somewhat posh reputation as lapdogs, but they were originally herding dogs.

French Bulldog

French bulldogs were bred to provide warmth to artisans laboring in cold shops. The Frenchies would rest in their laps, making them feel comfortable. 

Yorkshire Terrier

Yorkshire terriers are regarded as companion dogs. But during their prime, these small dogs worked tirelessly to maintain workspaces pest-free.

Old English Sheepdog

Old English sheepdogs are only a few hundred years old, despite their appellation. They were designed, among other farm tasks, to transport livestock. 

American Staffordshire Terrier

seven of twenty-five American Staffordshire TerrierA gray and white American staffordshire terrier lying with its tongue out on a couch.

There is much to adore about Labrador retrievers, from their endearing personalities to their cheerful smiles.

Labrador Retriever

French bulldogs and Boston terriers share the same large ears. They are a playful, devoted breed that is brimming with zest for life.

Boston Terrier

The Maltese is one of the oldest dog breeds in the globe. Numerous ancient civilizations, including the Greeks, Romans, and Egyptians, have depicted it in their art and literature. 


Bernese mountain dogs (or Berners) have a calm disposition and are placid. Their sweet puppy eyes make this very large dog feel like an instant friend. 

Bernese Mountain Dog

Eskies enjoy attention. In the 19th and early 20th centuries, they wowed audiences with their spectacular tricks as circus animals. 

American Eskimo

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