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We can only have one winner, but there were so many adorable pets this week that we're highlighting our top 10. If you'd like to submit your furry friend for a chance to be featured as Vetstreet's Cute Pet of the Week, share a picture of your pet on our Facebook page!
Linda Sullivan Vaughn via Facebook
This funny pic of Peewee made our top 10 because we adore his comical expression. What a cute lil' pup with a big personality.
Jennifer Kay Kay Lopez via Facebook
Brody looks like he's ready to play at any moment, plus we love his beautiful coat and gorgeous big ears.
Carol Gulick Chandler via Facebook
Reggie is striking such a perfect pose that he belongs in our Shetland Sheepdog breed profile.
Lucas Weir via Facebook
Baylee, a 9-month-old Boxer, obviously loves to ham it up for the camera.
Virginia Philo via Facebook
Who could resist Quinn's adorable face in this snapshot?
Samantha Carey via Facebook
Not only does Buddy look very happy lounging in his bed, but we admire his laid-back attitude.
Connie Paskorz via Facebook
These gorgeous dogs, Cody and Cass, look like they're having a great time playing tug-of-war.
Lorri Simpson via Facebook
We can't help but wonder what Lil Guy is dreaming about in this photo, considering he has a big smile on his face.
Kerry Steiner via Facebook
Cricket, Tank, and Sadie are a terrific trio — they all have beautiful coats and coloring.
Marion Schwartz via Facebook
...And our top Cute Pet of the Week is Gracie, a 1-year-old Goldendoodle. Thank you, Gracie, for being our Cute Pet of the Week!
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