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25 of the Cute Words to Describe Your Pet Dogs

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25 of the Cute Words to Describe Your Pet Dogs

When living with a dog, you encounter many experiences with it as you learn to live with it. At some point, you need the right words to describe your flurry friend to your friends and family while conversing and bragging.

The words to describe dogs below help you out to find the best description for your pet.

 

Words to describe dog looks

 
Dogs have beautiful looks that you would not want to miss letting your friends know. Here are some examples to help you describe the appearance of your pet dog.
 

01Adorable
 
Adorable describes a delightful appearance that makes you smile in amazement. It shows how pretty a dog is that makes someone pleased.
 
E.g. “It is so amazing to take a dog walk with my puppy through the streets alley and having everyone say how adorable it is.”

 

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02Cute
 
When you have a pretty dog with dazzling eyes and fluffy fur that appeals, then call it cute.
 
E.g. “My dog sits on my lap, stretches its paws, and dangles to find the best position to offer it comfort. I think it’s the cutest pet I could wish for.”

 

03Muscular
 
Use muscular to describe dogs with heavily built bodies compared to their counterparts of the same age.
 
E.g. “Eggs and cottage cheese are my dog’s daily bread ever since I introduced it to proteins. It has since become muscular, and I love it.”

 

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04Lean
 
Lean describes a dog in a proper physical condition that runs fast, feed well, and play actively.
 
E.g. “Despite my dog leaning on me each time we meet other big dogs in the street, I am certain its lean nature is an advantage when I am not present.”

 

05Short
 
Some dog breeds are stout as opposed to others. Short describes your dog that is not tall relative to your opinion.
 
E.g. “Fluffy, my little dog never hesitates to come running at me when he smells my presence. But the funny part is, he tries jumping at me with his shortness.”

 

06Fluffy
 
Some dog breeds have much hair on their bodies that cover their faces, paws, and heads completely.
 
E.g. “The smooth touch of my fluffy dog makes me feel comfortable. I never stop passing my fingers through its fur each time it sits close to me.”

 

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07Massive
 
Dogs at times turn out to have large bodies, due to what they feed on, and their weight increases. Use massive if having such a dog.
 
E.g. “I often tease my teenage son to carry his dog at times, but he tells me that the massive being is not worth his energy.”

 

Words to describe dogs how it makes you feel good

 
Interacting with dogs helps build your mind relax, making you not worry too much. The feeling comes in many different ways that you may use the following words to describe dogs for some of them.
 

08Exuberant
 
Each time when a dog jumps on you or cuddles around, it makes you exuberant. You cheer up and become excited because of this.
 
E.g. “The dog never sniffed his hand after he held it out, but it rolled upon him, making him exuberant from the reactions afterward.”

 

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09Lively
 
Dogs that run around and their constant attention-seeking and playfulness make you lively. You have more energy to throw balls at them and remain active.
 
E.g. “Playing throw and catch with my dog is amazing, exciting, and makes me lively. Each time we always have an intruder that makes it scare them away.”

 

10Happy
 
It is an exciting feeling you have in the company of your dog on a walk, in the house, or when playing.
 
E.g. “Today, the neighborhood dogs decided to do a dog parade. I was so happy to see my dog lead its gang downtown.”

 

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11Trust
 
Dogs always believe in their owners, and that is why they protect them at all costs. You feel that they trust you in anything.
 
E.g. “Maybe it is because I am a vet that dogs feel free around me when I treat them. There is no other trust better than this.”

 

12Empathy
 
Dogs sometimes growl in pain and bark in excitement, depending on the mood they are in. How you react to these feelings describes your empathy.
 
E.g. “The best empathy I can show to help my dog stop barking is laying it on my tummy for a while.”

 

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13Relaxed
 
You feel tense when something wrong happens, but your dog may make you relax.
 
E.g. “Today, I came from a hectic day at work and lay on the couch so much depressed. But my dog’s cute eyes and funny moves made me relaxed.”

 

14High-spirited
 
Doing great things to a dog makes them happy, and in turn, they tend to make you lively by cheering your mood.
 
E.g. “Taking a bone from the mouth of a dog is a crazy attempt. I tried it on my dog, and it left me on high-spirits.”

 

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Words to use when it makes you mad

 
Dogs may irritate you by their behavior of chasing moving cars, barking uncontrollably, and pulling on leashes. Use the following words to describe dog with annoying behaviors.
 

15Vicious
 
Use vicious to describe your dog when chasing people randomly and jumping at them without any aim.
 
E.g. “I feel ashamed to invite visitors to my home when my dog is present. It is so vicious because it jumps on them every second.”

 

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16Irksome
 
When your dog does not give you peace of mind, use irksome to describe it.
 
E.g. “Why does my irksome dog have to keep begging for food on the table? Its bowl is full for the second time.”

 

17Irritating
 
Dogs may bark without control when lonely or to protect their territories. It makes you feel irritated.
 
E.g. “It has been only ten minutes of leaving the dog alone, but its barking is becoming irritating. Maybe it finds it boring.”

 

18Annoying
 
Use annoying when your dog chases pedestrians and cars while on a walk or does any act similar without reason.
 
E.g. “I need to train my annoying dog to stop chasing cars. Last weekend he was nearly hit by a moving truck.”

 

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19Troublesome
 
In any case, your dog causes difficulty in controlling, use troublesome to describe it.
 
E.g. “Teething for my troublesome dog is a bad period for me. It constantly chews on my furniture.”

 

Words to describe dogs if it is intelligent

 
Dog training builds their ability to think, act, and respond to specific instructions. Use the following words to describe dogs to explain their intelligence.
 

20Smart
 
Use smart to describe your dog when it does what you taught them once in the same way.
 
E.g. “I often keep telling my dog to sit when I know it is about to be jumpy. But this time, I only stared at it, and before I uttered a word, my smart dog sat.”

 

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21Splendid
 
When your dog exhibits excellent performance, use splendid to describe them.
 
E.g. “The dog of the year award goes to Tinny. My splendid dog has made me proud once more.
 
I never knew he mastered picking and dropping items at the right places until now.”

 

22Obedient
 
Intelligent dogs follow orders and rules when expected. Describe your dog as obedient when it does what you tell them.
 
E.g. “I am surprised at how your dog comes running to you by the snap of a finger. It is so obedient and cute as well.”

 

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23Knowledgeable
 
Knowledgeable refers to dogs with some information you taught them or that which they learn alone.
 
E.g. “My knowledgeable dog came running to me and pulling my cloth because it noticed a water pipe leak.”

 

24Sharp
 
Sharp describes a dog that understands and uses information effectively.
 
E.g. “I had a bad fight with my mum. My sharp dog stayed by my side throughout after noticing my anger.”

 

25Intelligent
 
Intelligent dogs know the outcome of some actions and use them to gain your attention.
 
E.g. “Every time my guests feel uncomfortable by its presence, I only snap my hand and stare slightly at it. My intelligent dog reads the signal and goes out of the room without hesitating.”

 

Conclusion

 
Dogs are great pets that have various character traits, some of which help you carry on with life. Describing them based on their behaviors, skills, and appearance may not be easy.
 
In this case, use some of the above examples of words that describe your pet dog to help explain more about them.
 

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