Wait Until You See This Fourteen Day Old Great Dane Puppy Yawning


The sight of a puppy yawning is arguably the most precious sight to see – it’s just a matter of fact! There’s nothing cuter than a young, tiny puppy dog that is hardly old enough to open up its eyes to take a look around. It’s a moment in time that we like to treasure as, like with babies, puppies tend to grow up and become bigger and older dogs that never stay as innocent and adorable as their younger selves. There’s something about these little young creatures that tugs at our hearts, stopping us short of becoming mush every time we witness the cuteness that is puppies. Puppies can do pretty much anything and we will eat it all up – including random, everyday things, like yawning. In a viral video, one extremely cute young puppy is seen yawning – aside from the fact that yawns are contagious, we just can’t seem to get enough of this little guy.

In the video below, you can see the adorable gray and black Great Dane puppy who is barely two weeks old being carried by his human and yawning. The young dog is so young and tiny that it can barely open up its eyes. At the beginning of the video, you can hear the dog’s human say, “Who’s just a little baby? Hmm?” The tiny puppy may not be able to open its eyes, but that doesn’t stop it from giving the owner’s face a slew of kisses. It’s especially cute because while this canine is teeny tiny right now and can still be held in the hands of its human, that won’t last forever! Great Danes can grow up to be over 200 pounds of pure muscle and not only are they heavy and hefty, they are also extremely tall/large dogs! Enjoy this sweet video of the adorable pup!

(Photo Source: YouTube)

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