Meet the puppy who loves to cuddle other dogs he meets on walks

Get to know the puppy who just can’t stop cuddling other dogs he meets on walks.

The seven month old duck loves to greet other dogs by putting her arms around them and hugging them in a warm hug.

The Welsh Terrier is said to have a “lovely” temperament and has made Londoners smile with his adorable antics.

Owner James Quirke told TeamDogs, “He loves walking and meeting other dogs in the park.

“He just wants to run around and play with them like all dogs do.

“But that also extends to his trying to cuddle her – most of them have no idea what’s going on.

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Duck cuddling with another Welsh Terrier discovered while out for a walk

“He even tries to cuddle dogs on the street when they are walking by with their owners.”

The friendly puppy doesn’t make any difference between breeds – but he’ll find it a lot easier to cuddle with those of his own size.

James added, “The dog’s size doesn’t matter – he will try to cuddle him when he can.

Duck greets his friend at a doggy meeting

Duck greets his friend at a doggy meeting

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“He’s been doing this since he was a young puppy – everyone comments on how cute it is.”

When Duck is not cuddling with other dogs, he usually carries one of his many toys around the house.

“He’s just a typical puppy. He cares about everything, especially his toys, he doesn’t put them away, ”James said.

Duck snuggles up to his beagle buddy

Duck snuggles up to his beagle buddy

“We include it in everything we do and like to take it with us to new places.

“He’s a very friendly puppy and enjoys the company of people, dogs and smaller animals.

“He recently came across a hedgehog and would have watched it for hours if we had let him – but we took him away for the hedgehog’s sake.

“We build up a whole bunch of pictures of Duck with other dogs and animals – but the photos of him trying to hug other dogs will always be our favorites.”

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