You are probably here to look at some of the cutest dog breeds ever.
Before presenting the dog breeds to you, let me highlight a few things briefly.
Some pure dog breeds already have teddy bear-like characteristics. These include Poodles, Bichon Frises, Shih Tzus, Yorkies, Malteses, and Pomeranians. It seems like almost any combination of these will create a new dog breed that will look even more like a teddy bear than its parents.
Dog shelters sometimes have some of these teddy bear lookalike breeds. If possible, be sure to adopt one instead of buying. If you still seek to buy one for yourself or your loved one, their cost can vary pretty wildly based on the breeds that make up the mix. The prices for teddy bear dogs range from as low as $500 up to as high as $4000.
Without further ado, here are some of the cutest teddy bear dog breeds on the planet!
And the cutest teddy bear puppy award goes to… the Cavapoo!
The fluffy Pomeranian needs no introduction.
The Toy Poodle is just a normal-looking Poodle, in an extra small size.
With both its ancestors being on our list, too, the Shih Poo takes a respectable place.
You’ll never want to stop playing with this adorable Cavachon!
With a Lhasa Apsos like this one here, it’s going to be hard to stay focused on your house chores.
The Shih Tzu is one of the few pure breeds on this list. And, the most funny-looking, too.
This one is a charmer. Give it up for the Morkie!
One of the fluffiest pure dog breeds and an ancestor to many of the mixed dog breeds on this list has taken this prestigious spot. It’s the Bichon Frise, of course.
Take a look at this little Schichon chilling on the sofa — what a treat.
What happens when two of the fluffiest breeds come together? A Pomapoo is born.
The Schnoodle is a bit different. The offspring of a Poodle and a Schnauzer - a unique breed on this list.
The Malshi is yet another Shih Tzu mix. This just doesn’t get old.
You won’t be able to resist the eyes this Hava Poo has.
Pure breeds are rarely such a teddy bear-like. Maltese is one of those rare breeds.
Sometimes, you’ll get the Poochon mixed up with a real white teddy bear. Beware.