Adorable seven-month-old puppy melts hearts by cuddling every dog he meets

An adorable Welsh terrier might be the friendliest puppy in the world as he loves to stand on his hind legs and hug other dogs that he meets.

Duck, a seven-month-old Welsh terrier, greets other dogs by wrapping his arms around them and embracing them in a warm hug. His antics make passersby's in London smile with joy over how cute he is.

Duck is known to have a 'lovely' temperament and has been seen cuddling other dogs numerous times, no matter their size.

Owner James Quirke told TeamDogs: “He loves going up to and meeting other dogs in the park.

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

“But this extends to him trying to cuddle them – most have no idea what is going on.

“He even tries to cuddle dogs in the street when they’re just walking by with their owners.”

The friendly pup does not discriminate between breeds – but finds it much easier to snuggle those his own size.

James added: “It doesn’t matter the size of the dog – he will try to cuddle them if he can.

“He has been doing this since he was a young pup – everybody comments on how cute it is.”

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When Duck isn’t trying to cuddle up with other dogs, he is usually carrying one of his many toys around the house.

“He is just a typical puppy. He is interested in everything, especially his toys, he doesn’t put them down,” said James.

“We involve him in everything we do and enjoy taking him to new places.

“He is a very friendly pup and enjoys the company of humans, dogs and smaller animals.

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

“We’re building up quite a collection of pictures of Duck with other dogs and animals – but the photos of him trying to hug other dogs will always be our favourites.

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