Cutest Dogs In The World 2020

For the Highlands, and the Low Lands

The Bernese Mountain Dog has adventure in its fur. Originally from the Swiss Alps, the Bernese Mountain dog has no trouble playing in the snow. These adorable little hikers can handle just about any journey.

Raise your little Bernese Mountain puppy with love, affection, and a healthy exercise routine and you’ll have a fluffy friend that loves the outdoors as much as you.

While Bernese Mountain dogs are powerful creatures, they’re also incredibly playful and love to have a good time. If you’re someone who has the energy to spare, but also likes to relax on the couch occasionally, this may be the perfect puppy pal for you.

Pomeranians are known for their adorable, fluffy natures. But have you ever seen a Pomeranian puppy? They’re even cuter!

Pomeranian pups are playful, caring, and ready to have fun. Given the right amount of love, they often won’t shy away from being the center of attention.

Pomeranians are also great for families with smaller kids because even when fully grown, Pomeranians don’t get very big, so you don’t have to worry about one knocking your little one over.

The Atika dog breed is cute, and arguably one of the most loyal dogs on the market. Their origins stem back to ancient Japan, and they were considered signs of good health and happiness.

These dogs will love you to the moon and back but are not as trusting of strangers or other animals. If you’re someone who’s looking for a traveling buddy that wants to be by your side whether rain or shine, an Atika might be right for you.

The Icelandic Sheepdog is good with other dogs, and with people. They’re playful, athletic, and full of energy.

As puppies, Icelandic Sheepdogs are one of our favorites, and when full-grown, they look majestic. This dog breed doesn’t get as much spotlight as a Labrador or a Golden Retriever, but they’re equally as incredible.

The Icelandic Sheepdog is native to the island country, Iceland, but that doesn’t mean it likes to be alone. These dogs want to be around the action and need a lot of puppy socialization.

If you have a family with multiple kids and need a puppy to keep them entertained, this herding dog may be able to keep up with even the most energetic children.

These little black devils are not as popular as other dogs, but we had to include Schipperkes in our list of 2020’s cutest puppies!

When they’re little, Schipperkes look like tiny, furry bats that run around on four legs. Their pointy ears with short noses are a super unique, very cute puppy feature.

People who want a puppy that stands out and makes all their friends ask about its name and origin, you may want to check out Schipperkes.

A bonus feature to these little alert balls of energy is that they don’t get very big even when fully grown. So, even as your puppy becomes an aged doggy, you still may see traces of those cute little bat looks.

Alaskan Malamutes have grown in popularity over the years and we only predict their favor to continue to rise.

These dogs are photogenic puppies, and they grow up to become massive, loyal, and passionate friends.

Although most Alaskan Malamutes don’t grow much bigger than a Siberian Husky, and often aren’t even considered part of the top 10 biggest dog breeds, they’re still known for their size and their certainly not a dog anyone wants to mess with. As both a puppy and a full-grown dog, Alaskan Malamutes are great to cuddle with though because of their dense coats of fur.

For the Wise, and the Playful

The Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retrievers are known for their grace, intelligence, and beauty. These dogs look incredible, even when trudging through the water in the early morning.

Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever puppies remind us a little of golden retriever puppies. They have great, soft fur and loving personalities.

These dogs need constant play, whether it’s playing fetch, taking a swim, or going for a run, they love to be out experiencing the world and hate to lay around.

If you’re looking for a pal to keep you motivated and always be ready for exercise, this breed of retriever might be for you.

Okay, Australian Shepards aren’t actually from Australia, their breed actually started in California. But that doesn’t mean these dogs don’t love to live like they’re in the outback.

Australian Shepards are a cowboy header’s dog of choice, and Australian Shepherd puppies are becoming a top choice for everyone when it comes to cuteness. Their mixed coats provide a uniqueness that people don’t traditionally get with golden retrievers or labs. Their energy is sometimes higher too, so make sure you’re ready to play with your Australian Shepherd puppy regularly!

Of course, Golden Retrievers and Labradors will still be popular puppies in 2020. These two dog breeds have been popular for years and most people already know about them.

They both have great fur, playful and loyal personalities, and look like some of the cutest creatures on earth as a puppy. Both these dog breeds are generally safe with people and want to please others.

But let’s face it: the whole thing is utter nonsense, and simply a bit of fun, presumably designed to get rival owners’ chins wagging as fast as their pets’ tails.

With that caveat taken care of, here are the top 20 cutest dog breeds according to the report:

A picture of each dog breed — 100 were considered in all — was then rated to see how closely its features adhered to the ratio.

Those who grew up with dogs probably already know which breed they want to own, and have done for years.

So it was with tongue firmly in cheek, we imagine, that pet insurance comparison website put together its report to decide which types of dog are the most beautiful to the human eye. They used as their basis the Golden Ratio, a well-respected theory in art and design which dates back to the Classical world, and which draws heavily on patterns observed in Nature.


Which is the 1 cutest dog in the world?

Lamb Chop, a Maltese, is ‘world’s cutest rescue dog’ of 2020.

Which dog is very cute?

The top 20 cutest dog breeds in the world, ranked according to…
  • Schnauzer. 59.01%
  • Leonberger. 58.99%
  • Cavapoo. 58.79%
  • Springador. 58.69%
  • Siberian Husky. 58.48%
  • Bernese Mountain Dog. 56.76%
  • Old English Bulldog. 56.30%
  • Bloodhound. 56.05% Labradoodle small.