Let’s meet the Colorado puppies in this year’s Puppy Bowl

The NFL playoffs will begin this weekend as “Wild Card Weekend” is in full effect. There are 16 of 32 teams left to compete for the Vince Lombardi Trophy given to the winner of Super Bowl 56 on Feb. 13.

As millions of people watch the Super Bowl, whether for the game or just for the commercials, many will be excited and ready to watch something else that has nothing to do with football. Well, maybe he has a little.

That “something else” is the Puppy Bowl, which airs on Animal Planet on Super Bowl Sunday. The show debuted in 2005 and has been a big hit ever since. I mean, who doesn’t want to see adorable puppies running around on a little puppy-sized football field?

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How cute?

In addition to kindness, the whole point of the Puppy Bowl is to raise awareness about adopting pets from shelters and rescuing abandoned animals.

The puppies featured in Puppy Bowls are all from shelters across the country and this year we have local Colorado representation in the big game.

A total of 100 puppies from 67 shelters and rescues in 33 states will participate this year Eighteenth Puppy Bowl.

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So, whether you’re interested in the Super Bowl outcome or not, be sure to show some love for our Colorado puppies who will be putting it on the puppy grid this year for the Puppy Bowl.

Go Colorado Puppies!! Let’s meet them:


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