This video depicting a cluster of Labradoodle puppies taking a nap moved thousands of Internet users

What’s cuter than a sleeping puppy? The answer is simple: 16 puppies napping on top of each other. This is the irresistible scene that a man had the chance to witness at home and had the good idea to film. A pure moment of happiness shared on TikTok.

A video posted on TikTok on February 21 and literally showing a sleeping “heap of puppies,” moved countless netizens and went viral in a short time. It is relayed by Daily Paws.

It was posted on the account Karson’s Doodles, which is obviously a breeding of Labradoodles. As a reminder, the Labradoodle is a breed obtained from the cross between the Labrador Retriever and the Poodle. It is not recognized by the FCI (Fédération Cynologique Internationale), just like the Goldendoodle, which associates Golden Retriever and Poodle.

In the video in question, which totals more than 3 million views on the social network, we can see 16 Labradoodles puppies huddled against each other, or rather on top of each other. This is how they chose to take a morning nap.


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? original sound – KarsonsDoodles

Puppies have a lot of space at their disposal, but they prefer to group together

However, it is not the space that they lack. The author of the video shows this clearly by filming the garden and the terrace that the young canines have at their disposal. They preferred to share the same bed and thus form a melee of the cutest.

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Illustration of the article: This video representing a cluster of Labradoodle puppies taking a nap moved thousands of Internet users
KarsonsDoodles / TikTok

According to Daily Paws, these puppies belong to 2 distinct litters. One is of the F1 generation, meaning it is made up of 50% Poodles and 50% Labrador Retrievers dogs. The other is of the F1b generation, 75% Poodle and 25% Labrador.

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