Allaire Nuss

Allaire Nuss is a contributing staff writer at Daily Paws. Her focus is on news and trending pet interest stories. When she's not writing about adorable animals, you can find her at concerts, art museums, and outdoor climbing spots all around the Midwest.
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If only we were all this flexible.
For some, their videos give a good laugh. But for others, their content has made all the difference.
Whether they're strong in their convictions or in their stature, this list has the perfect name for your pup.
We don’t know whether to say “eww” or “aww.”
These are exactly the kind of fall vibes we’ve been craving.
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There’s nothing like a pumpkin pupper.
Sweet Mia was lucky to survive the fire, and she was even luckier to be welcomed into a loving home.
These are exactly the kind of fall vibes we’ve been craving.
There’s nothing like a pumpkin pupper.
Sweet Mia was lucky to survive the fire, and she was even luckier to be welcomed into a loving home.
She’s even getting her own honor cords when her handler graduates!
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Name a more iconic duo than a puppy and a baby, we’ll wait.
They nicknamed the kitten Echo, but his new parent has since renamed the little adventurer Gremlin.
The red river hog piglet is the lone survivor of mama hog Artemis’s first litter and is also the first birth of its kind at the Franklin Park Zoo.
It’s not autumn until we see a puppy in a blanket cape.
The 13-week-old rat terrier suffered from congenital elbow luxation, a rare condition in which the rotated joint causes the paws to bend out of place.
The Cattery’s golden rule? “Always support the backside.”
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Ruby’s own puppies hadn’t even opened their eyes yet when Ramblin’ Rose joined their family.
These cats are carrying her legacy in the grouchiest way possible.
This big-pawed pup is going to be an even bigger rock star someday, mark our words.
Belky, 15, is now living her best life with her favorite unicorn plushie, as she should.
Great, now we're all craving one of these sweet treats.
We're struck by this vocal Alaskan malamute, but you can judge for yourself.