The Cutest Purebred Puppies You’ll Ever See

Picture of a Weimaraner puppy

Who doesn’t love a puppy? With their big eyes and adorable antics, puppies make us laugh and touch our hearts. Whether a puppy is being unbelievably cute and sweet or just a little bit naughty, they’re always irresistible. Here are ten purebred puppies that will melt your heart.

By the way, did you know that the Weimaraner is known as “the grey ghost”? This Weim puppy doesn’t look like he could scare anyone.

Irish Setter

Picture of an Irish Setter
Don’t let the serious look on this Irish Setter puppy’s face fool you. Irish Setters are known for having a rollicking personality. They love to have a good time!

Shih Tzu

Picture of a Shih Tzu puppy
Don’t let the serious look on this Irish Setter puppy’s face fool you. Irish Setters are known for having a rollicking personality. They love to have a good time!

Basset Hound

Picture of a Basset Hound
This Basset Hound puppy may look sad with its big eyes and long ears but it’s all an act. Basset Hounds are known for being friendly, outgoing, and playful. Their long ears help them pick up scent from the ground.

Old English Sheepdog

Picture of a Old English Sheepdog Puppy
Yes, there is a puppy under all that hair. The Old English Sheepdog dates back to older herding dogs from England. Many sheepdog and herding breeds have heavy coats to protect them from the elements when they are working their flocks.


Picture of a Corgi Puppy
Everyone knows the delightful Corgi. This is the breed associated with the Queen. There are two Corgi breeds: the Cardigan Welsh Corgi and the Pembroke Welsh Corgi. There are various differences between the two but most people recognize the Pembroke because it has a bobtail. The Cardigan has a long tail.

German Pointer

Picture of German Pointer Puppies
The German Shorthaired Pointer is one of the most popular and versatile hunting breeds today. They are all-purpose gun dogs, able to work on both land and water. These GSP pups look like they are considering their options.

Shetland Sheepdog

Picture of a Shetland Sheepdog puppy
Many people mistake the Shetland Sheepdog for a small Collie but they are completely separate breeds. The Sheltie is a herding dog and known for being extremely intelligent. They are also extremely attached to their humans.


Picture of a Boxer Puppy
The Boxer was developed in Germany. If you’re curious, there is some thought that the name “Boxer” comes from the breed’s tendency to stand on its hind legs and “box” with its front paws. But there are also other theories about the name. This cute Boxer puppy doesn’t look like he wants to box with anyone.

Siberian Husky

Picture of a Siberian Husky Puppy
The Siberian Husky is one of the great sled dogs from the spitz family of dogs. They are about half the size of Alaskan Malamutes but they are very speedy when pulling a sled with great endurance.

Saint Bernard

Picture of a Saint Bernard puppy
Who can resist this Saint Bernard puppy? These giant working dogs were developed by monks in the Alps. It’s true that the breed is credited with rescuing many people stranded in the Alps over the centuries.



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