These were our litter of maltese pups having a lot of fun playing with each other in the kitchen.
Cute bulldogs babies from Bullie Pups R Us
Orphaned Sea Otter Pup
Abby, a California sea otter pup, is cared for by Mark Bressler, senior animal care specialist at SeaWorld San Diego. The Santa Barbara Marine Mammal Center found the otter stranded and near comatose on Jalama Beach, north of Santa Barbara, Calif., on July 21 and brought it to SeaWorld for rehabilitation. The female pup, which was estimated to be less than a week old when rescued, is being bottle-fed around the clock at SeaWorld and weighs approximately four pounds.
Cute baby english bulldog puppy by Bullie Pups R Us
Cute baby English bulldog puppy by Bullie Pups R Us
Superb silly English bulldog male. Owned by Bullie Pups R Us.
One day old and a precious gift from above. One of seven. Just fabulous and beautiful... a real joy to Bullie Pups R Us English bulldogs.
5 weeks old raised with loved by Bullie Pups R Us
THIS LITTLE PUP HATES BEING IN THE CAGE. SHE WAS RESCUED FROM 50+ TICKS ON HER BODY AND TONS OF FLEAS. SHE IS TRULY ADORABLE AND AN AMAZING LITTLE PUPPY.
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The segment on puppies was doomed to begin with, as a cute little dog shredded the stockings of one host before lashing out at Holt, who was holding the tiny Rottweiler pup. "Oh he cut you! Oh my gosh!" Al Roker blurts out shortly after the incident. Lester takes it all in good fun, going on with his intended script while his cohosts bravely wipe blood off of his chin.
With blood dribbling, Holt goes on to explain that the puppies are there because of President Barack Obama and his family's quest to get a dog for the White House. "Nobody's listening to what I'm saying," Holt says, before being handed a napkin to apply to his bleeding face.
"I think this is a first," Roker declares as the rest of the 'Today' crew laughed about the incident. "Let's go back to the tape," Roker said in true Warner Wolf fashion, as the crew replayed the scene to show Holt's wounds.