“If it would only look like a puppy for its entire life”. You probably heard this quite often among dog lovers and it would be something that would please you as well. Most of us love the way our dogs look like when they are pups and would like for them to keep their appearance as they mature as well. Unfortunately, that’s not possible in most cases. Many dogs change their look as they reach adulthood.
Still, you may want to know that there are several small dogs that will look pretty much like puppies even after they become adults. So, if you really wanted to find a won’t change their puppy appearance too much, there are a few options you could choose from. In other words, here are the cutest pups that stay small as adults.
This breed which is also known as Moodle is a mix between the Maltese and Poodle. So, it has a small size and a very cute appearance. While the Maltipoo is not an official dog breed, it started gaining a lot of popularity, due to its lovable nature and puppy-like appearance.
It is very easy to make a Maltipoo look like a puppy. With a soft and somewhat curly coat, the Maltipoo can receive a puppy appearance for the rest of its life with the help of an adequate cut. Giving your dog a trim won’t just make it look cute, but will also make your grooming task easier.
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is another great breed to have if you want a dog that looks like a puppy for the rest of its life. This dog will be slightly larger as an adult, but you will still be able to carry it around in a bag. Also, those puppy eyes will be a permanent feature of the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel.
If you want more reasons to opt for this breed, you need to know that it is a very calm and friendly dog. It will be extremely happy to sit on your lap or accompany you on walks, as long as it can be at your side. It is a hypoallergenic breed as well, which rarely barks. Everything recommends this dog breed for those that want a dog suitable for life in an apartment and an easy-going companion.
The Cavapoo is the mix between a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and a Poodle. Both of the dog breeds that led to the appearance of the Cavapoo are small dog breeds. Thus, the result will also be a small dog with an incredibly cute appearance.
The representatives of this breed are notorious for their puppy appearance regardless of their age. Most certainly their small ears, soft and curly coat, and button nose lead to such a look. Besides this, the Cavapoo has such a lovable personality. It is a friendly, happy, and affectionate dog that will immediately fit in your home and family.
The Bichon Frise is yet another breed that will never show its true age. This bundle of joy that looks very much like a snowball will not just look like a puppy, but will also act like one until old age. The Bichon Frise loves to play and will not miss a chance to perform a frolic each time it can.
Most owners prefer giving their dogs a puppy cut, which means that their coat will be shortened all over their bodies, making them look like pups once more. But this aspect will not just have aesthetic benefits, as it will also help them spend less time on grooming sessions. Considering that the soft and fluffy coat of the Bichon Frise requires quite a lot of attention, a puppy cut will definitely make things more convenient.
The Golden Doodle is the largest representative on our list, but even so, it won’t grow too large. It will be somewhere between small and medium, as one of the parents is the Golden Retriever, while the other is the Poodle. So, we can truly say that these dogs look like larger pups for most of their lives.
If you were wondering if it is possible to find a dog that will look stay small and look like pups for the rest of their lives, you found more than a few options. Now you just need to decide which of these options will turn into the ideal companion in your case.
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