A new generation of baby dogs is becoming increasingly popular.
From the smallest of breeds to the largest of breeds, these adorable little creatures are getting an increasing amount of attention from social media users and dog lovers around the world.
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And they’re not only getting a lot of love from their owners.
The newest breed of puppies is known as “baby dogs” and are now being used by children in Australia, New Zealand and elsewhere, said Dr David Rolfe, an expert on the breed.
“It’s quite rare, so it’s a very rare breed, but it’s very well established and it’s really becoming popular,” Dr Rolfes told ABC News.
“Baby dogs have the best of both worlds, they’re good with kids but also good with their owners, and they can be quite gentle and affectionate, and that’s really what makes them so special.”
But while the newest breed has already become quite popular in Australia and New Zealand, it’s not just babies that are making the most of the new breed.
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“This baby is just the perfect combination of love and freedom,” Dr. Rolfee said.
“You have a little boy who’s happy to be around people and they’ve got a lot to say to each other, and a lot more of a love factor than a lot less common breeds, so that’s the way they can live their lives.”
The baby dogs are the newest of a long line of breeds that are being developed for social and emotional reasons.
There are about 20 breeds of dog, which are named after places in New Zealand or Australia.
They are mostly found in the Northern Territory, where they’re often referred to as “turtle dogs” because of their unusual size and shape.
While there’s a lot that is unknown about these new dogs, they do appear to be healthy, well-socialized and playful.
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But there is a lot at stake.
Baby dogs, and those of their kind, are part of a rapidly expanding animal kingdom.
And because they are born into families, the breed is also vulnerable to being taken away from them.
But that’s not to say the breed has completely been eradicated.
“They still exist in our society, in our hearts and minds, and I think that’s important to remember,” Dr Richard Rolfea, a professor of evolutionary psychology at Queensland University of Technology, said of the breed’s impact on the world today.
“The idea that there are no limits to the breed, to its popularity, is just wrong.”
Read more on ABC News’ World News Tonight with David Ralfe.
Dr Rolfae, who has been studying baby dogs for decades, believes that the breed will remain popular and be adopted by people across the globe, and in some cases even adopted by celebrities.
“I think the breed still exists in the world and there are still a few people who have the opportunity to adopt this breed, and to see them on television, and have a chance to see their dogs and their families and to adopt them, that’s an amazing thing,” he said.
Baby dog parents can also expect to meet new people who love their pets.
“We see people that are having their first baby, who have had children in the past, and we see people who were expecting their first child and have had it and are still going and doing their lives, and people who are not having children but they’re doing their life, and being very supportive,” Dr Mearns said.
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