10 Most  Adorable Dog Breeds That Always Look Like Puppies 


One of the most popular Toy breeds, the Pomeranian is small but active. Despite their need for socialization and training, this breed makes a charming pet.


Small dogs have a long history as forever puppies. Carbridge says Ancient Greeks and Romans used them as lapdogs, even naming them Melitaie on vases and murals. Long, silky coatings that reach the floor are their signature. 


Elizabeth II may be the most renowned Corgi admirer. The American Kennel Club's 196 breeds include this smart and lovable breed, the 13th most popular. 

Swedish Vallhund

Viking-era Spitz dogs are Corgi ancestors. Their lovely, youthful looks give them a lifelong puppy shine.They were popular with the Nordic people and still herd cattle now. Small but lively, they need a lot of exercise daily "Carbridge said.


"Throughout their lives, pugs look like pups. Pugsquest founder Jay Scott claims you can't differentiate an 8-month-old from a 2-year-old because they have birth wrinkles. 

Shi Tzu

Because some grow a fuzzy beard, these eternal puppies, known as the “lion dog,” look older and wiser. A cute puppy-adult lies beneath all that fur.

Yorkshire Terrier

Yorkshire Terriers are the AKC's 10th most popular breed out of 196. Their perfect carrying size—small enough to slip under your arm—may explain that. If you want your Yorkie to stay young, keep them in a puppy cut.

Alaskan Klee Kai

If you adore Huskies but don't have enough space, consider an Alaskan Klee Kai. The AKC says Klee Kai is Eskimo for “little dog” and is a small Alaskan Husky.

Parson Russell Terrier

"I have a Parson Russell Terrier (basically a long-legged Jack Russell) who is always mistaken for a puppy," explains pet-themed picture book author Stephanie Campisi. "I don't correct people because it's easier to explain his cheekiness."

Japanese Chin

The Japanese Chin is another attractive and affectionate dog breed that looks like a puppy at any age. Though silent, they are smart and funny, according to pet experts. "They love to learn tricks to perform for their adoring public," says the AKC. 

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