The Bichon Frise is often compared to a cotton ball due to its fluffy, curled double coat. It’s a cheerful, gentle dog that requires regular exercise. Also, the Bichon’s hair grows continually and doesn’t shed, so it requires extensive grooming to prevent mats. But if you can keep up with the grooming and commit to regular walks and playtime, the Bichon is a cuddly, cute companion to add to your home. Chow Chows undeniably look like big, giant teddy bears, but if not trained properly they can be highly protective of their owners and suspicious of strangers. Known for their blue, black tongues and lion-like appearance, the Chow Chow is independent with a cat-like personality. Regular grooming and bathing is a must to maintain their double coat. This cross between a Poodle and a Golden Retriever ranges in size from small to large, depending on the type of Poodle in the mix. This cross breed is easily among the cutest in personality and physical appearance. The doe-eyed pooch has a curly to semi-curly coat, an affectionate personality, and even when grown, retains a puppy-like curiosity and love for play. The Great Pyrenees is an intelligent dog with excellent scenting ability and sight. They are affectionate with family, but possess the innate instinct to guard and protect. They have a thick, weather resistant white coat that requires brushing at least once a week. Tibetan Mastiffs have a thick coat and square muzzle that gives them a stoic, lovable appearance. Extremely intelligent and independent, Tibetan Mastiffs are very protective of their family and property, as they were bred to be guardians. They have an immense double coat that sheds once a year and requires regular brushing. Not only is this combo of a Bichon Frise and a Poodle super cute, but the breed doesn’t shed, either. This combination is fairly uncommon, but they have a nearly shed-free, cuddly wool coat, and they’re guaranteed to stop strangers in their tracks wanting to pet this curly cutie pie. The Pomeranian is known to be alert, loyal and fearless with outgoing personalities. Pomeranian are active, but indoor play and short walks will do the trick. They make great family pets, however, because of their small size, they might not be a good fit for families with very young children. The breed’s thick, profuse double coat should be brushed twice a week. This small breed pairs the Husky with the Pomeranian for a fluffy, plush pooch with pointed ears. Often mistaken for a mini or a puppy Husky, this darling is among the cutest of the cute. This playful breed is also very energetic, and maintains its puppy personality into adulthood.