Celebrate by looking at cute Puppies from around the world
Puppies dressed as Snow White (L) and a prince are seen during the Scaredy Cats and Dogs Halloween costume competition in Manila on October 26, 2013. The annual halloween event aims to raise funds to help animal rights group, Philippine Animal Welfare Society's (PAWS).
French Bulldog puppies pose as the 2013 most popular dog breeds in the US are unveiled to the press at the American Kennel Club in New York on January 31, 2014. The top most popular breeds are in order Labrador Retriever, German Shepherd Dog, Golden Retriever, Beagle and Bulldog, including French Bulldog.
D'Arisca (L) a Miniature Smooth Dachshund, is introduced to Miss Kiara (R) a Great Dane during the Puppy of the Year competiton in London 08 January 2004. The competition was won by an Irish Water Spaniel named Woods. The competition now in its 32nd year, featured 31 dogs who qualified through regional competitions beating almost 10,000 puppies. The finalists were judged on their looks but also on their personality and behavior.
Student guide dog Max, a Golden Retreiver puppy, walks through the arrivals area during their training program March 27, 2004 at New Liberty International airport in New Jersey. These training sessions are created by The seeing Eye, Inc., a philanthropic organization that helps visually impaired adults achieve mobility through the use of guide dogs.
JERUSALEM, Israel: Three-day-old Labradoodle puppies take a nap at the Uri Bekman's World of Dogs kennel in Pardesia, 30 kms north of Tel Aviv 07 December 2005. Selling at 1000 US dollars each, the puppies bred from a Labrador father and Poodle mother are the first born in Israel and are unique as they do not shed 'hair'. The breeders hope that this 'home clean' dog will be most useful for the handicapped, especially the blind.
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A three-day-old Labradoodle puppy is shown to the press at the Uri Bekman's "World of Dogs" kennel in Pardesia, 30 kms north of Tel Aviv 07 December 2005. Selling at 1000 US dollars each, the puppies bred from a Labrador father and Poodle mother are the first born in Israel and are unique as they do not shed 'hair'. The breeders hope that this 'home clean' dog will be most useful for the handicapped, especially the blind.
A chihuahua puppy poses at Pucchin Dog's shop on July 11, 2007 in Akita prefecture, Japan. The chihuahua was born with a perfect heart-shaped marking on his back. Shop owner Emiko Sakurada has no plans to sell the puppy, which has been named "Heart-kun".
Tachie, a female Beagle, receives the crown after obtaining first place in the "Miss Canine Costa Rica 2008" contest in the puppy category in San Jose on July 20, 2008. In total, some 300 dogs participated in the two-day contest being organized by "Pets y mas" (Pets and more), a magazine specializing in dogs.
A Chihuahua is walked by its handler at a CACIB international dog show in the southern Israeli town of Arad on November 8, 2008. Dogs and puppies from around the world competed for prizes at an international dog show in the Israeli town of Arad.
Guide dog puppy Halo yawns during a visit by Prime Minister John Key as the PM lends his support for the Red Puppy Appeal at the Royal New Zealand Foundation of the Blind National Office on April 2, 2009 in Auckland, New Zealand. The Red Puppy Appeal raises money to breed, raise, train puppies as guide dogs.
Susan Thomson holds a three-week-old chihuahua puppy named Tom Thumb on April 7, 2009 in Renton, Scotland. The pup, which measures eight inches long, is thought to be one of the smallest dogs born in the UK and is just two inches short of a world record.
Two-week-old puppies play on June 4, 2009 at the Barry Foundation Great St. Bernard breeding kennels in Martigny, Western Switzeland. The puppies, four females and two males were born on May 20, and now weigh 1-1.5kg each. Switzerland's iconic dog is reputed for its search and rescue capabilites. Swiss St. Bernard club celebrates its 125th anniversary from June 6 to June 13.
In this handout image provided by Pucchin Dog's, "Love-Kun", a 3-day old chihuahua puppy with heart-shaped markings is presented to the media at Pucchin Dog's on August 6, 2009 in Odate, Akita prefecture, Japan. The new puppy is the brother of 2-year old chihuahua "Heart-Kun" who was also born with a perfect heart-shaped marking on his back from the same parents.
A seven week old Daschund cross puppy waits to be re-homed at the Cheshire Dogs Home on January 4, 2010 in Warrington, England. The puppy is one of hundreds waiting for a new home at the Manchester and Cheshire Dogs Home and other animal shelters across Britain. There has been a huge surge in the number of abandoned pets over the Christmas and Winter period.
Two Beagle puppies play as the American Kennel Club officials announce their annual list of the most popular dog breeds in the U.S January 27, 2010 in New York. The list of the top dogs are (first through fifth) Labrador Retriever, German Shepherd, Yorkshire Terrier, Golden Retriever and Beagle.
Puppies run at a playground in the K9 school and hospital of the Middle East Kennel Cub at Nahr al-Kalb area, north of Beirut, on October 27, 2010. The Club, which is the largest in the Middle East, has more than 400 dogs and clients bring their pets to be trained, bred and hospitalized.
Seven-week old Border Collie puppy rests after a play with its siblings in their garden as outdoors temperatures dropped below minus 10 degrees celsius in the village of Bodice on December 16, 2010. According to the pupps owner, Olga Rossova, if she had 20 pupps they could be all sold two weeks ago when a border collie dog Dream advanced to the final of the popular Slovakia's TV show "Slovakia Has Talent". Two weeks later her six puppies are facing uncertain future since there is no one interested in buying.
Deli, a black Labrador Retriever puppy (L) and Ziva, a German Shepherd puppy attend as American Kennel Club announces Most Popular Dogs in the U.S. at American Kennel Club Offices on February 28, 2012 in New York City.
A puppy is seen during a dog parade on April 29,2012 in Antigua Guatemala, 45 km west Guatemala City, during an event called 'A day with my best friend', where hundreds of people brought their dogs to the park to partake in different activities.
A red and white collie puppy sheepdog waits to be auctioned at Skipton Auction Mart where his owner is hoping to sell him for a minimum of 300 GBP on May 18, 2012 in Skipton, England. Craven Cattle Marts (CCM), in the Yorkshire Dales, are world reknowned for their sheepdog auctions with buyers bidding for some of the countries best bred border collies. In 2010 a world record price of 5145 GBP was each paid for sheepdogs Ron and Rex.