Puppy Bowl! Meet the Starting Lineup
Get ready for some of the cutest ruffians on the planet – Animal Planet, that is – taking over screens Feb. 6 at 3 p.m. ET
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Just 16 weeks old and so full of cuteness and promise.
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He’s a 16-week-old Shih Tzu-beagle mix with a heart – and a face – of gold.
This 16-week-old golden retriever-bulldog mix has a side gig: kitten bodyguard.
It sounds like they’re saying “Boo,” but they’re really just chanting “Booda,” baby! Have to love a 15-week-old pug mix who’s as cute as this guy.
At 14 weeks, this Yorkshire terrier mix may look helpless, but she’s a terror on defense.
He’s a 15-week-old border terrier mix with a distinguished face and a membership to Oprah’s Book Club.
This 10-week-old cocker spaniel mix’s full name? Brownie Sundae. All together now: Awwww.
At 16 weeks, this Siberian husky is already a Tom Brady-in-training.
She’s an 11-week-old rat terrier-Lab-hound mix whose genetic makeup gives her the gift of language – she speaks three different ones!
She’s an 18-week-old golden retriever-corgi mix and she’s going to have a second career in modeling, if she’s not careful.
This 13-week-old shepherd mix looks serious, but he has a goofy side (also, he loves the Golden Girls).
He’s a 10-week-old Lab-spaniel mix with an ear (or two) for the coach’s calls.
“Put me in the game, coach!” this 12-week-old Lab mix’s pleading eyes seem to say.
At 9 weeks old, this Great Pyrenees-Newfoundland mix is one of the younger pups on the team, but don’t count her out because of her youth.
You want the kind of focus coming from this 13-week-old shepherd mix when you’re in the huddle.
This rough-and-tumble Yorkshire terrier mix is 14 weeks old and ready to rumble.
She’s an 11-week-old boxer mix with good shoulders (and comes through with great kicks when they’re needed).
This 11-week-old Shih Tzu might look delicate, but players on the field, watch out!
She’s a 14-week-old Brittany spaniel-schnauzer mix who travels in a private jet!
Saved one of the best for last: This 9-week-old Great Pyrenees knocks ‘em dead with his sweet face. Touchdown!