Alexander Hamilpup|Animal Planet1/10 Alexander Hamilpup|Animal Planet
Squirt.|Animal Planet2/10 Squirt.|Animal Planet
Rory.|Animal Planet3/10 Rory.|Animal Planet
Archimedes.|Animal Planet4/10 Archimedes.|Animal Planet
Beepop.|Animal Planet5/10 Beepop.|Animal Planet
Bizmark.|Animal Planet6/10 Bizmark.|Animal Planet
Ricky.|Animal Planet7/10 Ricky.|Animal Planet
Winston, who is sight- and hearing-impaired.|Animal Planet8/10 Winston, who is sight- and hearing-impaired.|Animal Planet
Lucky, who has three legs.|Animal Planet9/10 Lucky, who has three legs.|Animal Planet
Winter.|Animal Planet10/10 Winter.|Animal Planet
OK, millions who will tune in to Super Bowl LI between the New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons this Sunday, we know Puppy Bowl isn't the only big game — but it’ll definitely be the cutest.
(Unless you’re a cat person. Then this post is not for you, but don’t worry, we’ve got the Kitten Bowl covered, too!)
Puppy Bowl XIII will run on Animal Planet from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. ET on Sunday and will be repeated throughout the night.
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Not only is the Puppy Bowl absolutely adorable, but each dog comes from a pet shelter, and helps the little star athletes find fur-ever homes.
While last year highlighted senior dogs, Puppy Bowl will again put the spotlight on dogs that need some extra help finding a good home. This year’s event puts special-needs dogs in the spotlight. There’s Lucky, who has three legs, hearing-impaired Doobert and Winston, who is hearing- and sight-impaired.
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We’ll be sure to put up a live stream of the Puppy Bowl when it becomes available, but you can enjoy this until then.