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So, I know every dog is an individual. I own a very VERY hyper, friendly pomeranian. But Im missing cuddles. He is too hyper to cuddle with.

What breed of dog is usually cuddly in personal experience?

I want a dog to have on my lap while watching TV sorta thing. Grooming requirements arent a problem.
 

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That's a question I don't think anybody is going to be able to answer for certain. I think this is totally up to individual dogs, regardless of breed. I think if you specifically want a dog to cuddle with you, find an adult that is known for cuddles! Go to a shelter and ask for a cuddly dog. That's really your best bet, because even Labs or Goldens or other breeds that are deemed 'cuddly' for some reason seem to have preferences.
 

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Yeah, seconding the 'find an adult who likes to cuddle'. Puppies usually aren't, unless they're very sleepy Too much to see and do and they also tend to bite a lot :p

Of my 5, only one (the youngest) wanted much to do with physical affection as a puppy or young adult, but still - more important and interesting things to do most of the time These days any of them will curl up on a sofa for TV or cuddle up for a nap. The Boston's probably the most cuddly, but the Boston is also 12.
 

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Our dog has been a cuddle bug from the start. He loves to sit on my lap or right up against my side when we watch tv at night. He is a malti/poo.
 

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The cuddliest dog I've met is a Cavalier King Charles... Obviously it's hard to find good breeders though and they cost an arm and a leg.
 
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