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We can have only one winner, but there were so many cute pets this week
that we're sharing 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!
Elouise Heege via Facebook
We fell for Isabella's big eyes this week, and that pretty blue
background really brings out the color. She's a 3-year-old Ragdoll mix.
Lori Samer via Facebook
This adorable little low-rider is aptly named Jackie. The pup is a 3-year-old Jack Russell Terrier.
Erica Plymel via Facebook
We hope Louie, a 6-month-old Tabby, doesn't try to eat that bone, but he sure is cute cuddling it.
Vanessa Marie via Facebook
Ellie Mae is a 7-month-old Boxer/Border Collie mix, and we can't resist
that raised ear. She's a beautiful puppy, and we love those freckles on
Andrew Amuso via Facebook
We couldn't help but include this precious public display of affection.
Bertha is a 3-year-old Pit Bull/Boxer mix, and her friend Mango is
5-month-old Tabby cat.
Janie Damewood via Facebook
Say cheese. Khloe obviously doesn't mind having her picture taken, and we love this close-up of her darling face.
Cynthia Fabros via Facebook
Six-year-old Copper has great balance. Though this does look a little
dangerous, it's a very nice pic and the Tortie looks quite comfortable.
Angela Noirfalise via Facebook
Come on! Fetch! We love this pic because it looks like Rayen, a
15-month-old German Shepherd, just tuckered out in the middle of a play
session. Poor thing!
Well, hi, you cute little kitten. Are you waving at us? This is Milo, a
6-week-old Tabby. We want to rub his little orange tummy.
Caitlyn Osmer via Facebook
And the No. 1 Cute Pet of the Week is... Nutmeg. Nutmeg is a 2-year-old
Rottweiler/Norwegian Elkhound/Chow/Basset Hound mix. She is a gorgeous
dog with a beautiful coat. Thanks for the great smile and for being our
Pet of the Week, Nutmeg.
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