The 8 Cutest Dog Breeds Of All Time

With their stubby legs, big ears, and energetic personalities, corgis are adored for their happiness, loyalty, and intelligence, having dazzled us since being brought to Wales by Flemish weavers around 1100 AD. Queen Elizabeth II is a notable fan.

Pembroke Welsh Corgi

Beagles, one of America's most popular breeds, are conveniently sized, good-natured, and incredibly adorable. Their keen sense of smell, however, can sometimes lead them into trouble.


Siberian huskies, with their wolf-like appearance and friendly personalities, are born to run and require high-energy activities. Their amusing vocalizations, especially when asked to leave the dog park, add to their charm.

Siberian Husky

French bulldogs, known for their playful, affectionate, and easygoing nature, are popular among city dwellers. They are recognized by their bat-like ears, pronounced wrinkles, and goofy grins.

French Bulldog

Australian Shepherds combine beauty and brains, excelling at learning new tricks. They require daily vigorous exercise, making them unsuitable for less active owners.

Australian Shepherd

Dachshunds, with their long torsos, short legs, and long snouts, are instantly recognizable. Originally bred to hunt badgers, they are now more likely to be found burrowing into their owner's blankets.


Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retrievers are distinguished by their beautiful red coat and impressive stamina. Known for their keen sense of smell and high-pitched scream when excited, they are attention-grabbing dogs.

Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever

Shiba Inus, resembling foxes, became famous in the U.S. after the “Doge” meme went viral in 2013. These pint-sized pups from Japan are known for their bold, stubborn personalities and unique howling vocalizations.

Shiba Inu