small dog syndrome was coined as a result of small sized dogs exhibiting certain behaviors
People are starting to get riled up for the Super Bowl - but for you dog lovers, it also means it's time for the tenth annual Puppy Bowl! This is clearly one of the cutest things you'll ever see on TV and it's on right before the Super Bowl.
Never seen the Puppy Bowl before? Well let us give you the scoop:
Puppy Bowl is filmed inside a miniature "stadium" that is 19 feet long by 10 feet wide. There is a height and weight limit for the puppies due to the size limitations of the play area. Some cameras are placed inside toys and water bowls to give a puppy's-eye view of the action. All the puppies come from shelters. You can check out this year line up at: https://animal.discovery.com/tv-shows/puppy-bowl/photos/x-starting-lineup.htm
The Puppy Bowl does have different rules than the Super Bowl in that the puppies are given a wide variety of chew-toys and bones to play with and they are free to tackle, bite and do as they wish...ok - I guess human football players do a lot of that too. Missed a play? They have loads of replays and a "cute cam" so you don't miss an adorable second!
Save the date!
Puppy Bowl - Feb. 2nd 3pm ET on Animal Planet
Super Bowl - Feb. 2nd 6:20pm ET on CBS
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