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Fur will fly at 10th annual Puppy Bowl

Fur will fly at 10th annual Puppy Bowl

PUPPY BOWL X: This photo shows dogs playing on the field during "Puppy Bowl IX," in New York. The “Puppy Bowl,” an annual two-hour TV special that mimics a football game with canine players, made its debut 10 years ago on The Animal Planet. Dogs score touchdowns on a 10-by-19-foot gridiron carpet when they cross the goal line with a toy. Photo: Associated Press/Keith Barraclough

Some people just can’t wait for Sunday’s big bowl game. But we’re not talking Super Bowl.

The fur will be flying again during the annual Puppy Bowl on the Animal Planet channel.

The channel’s website has previews of the cute little dogs that will be starring in Puppy Bowl 10. There’s even a link for the Puppy Bowl Hall of Fame.

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