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Oliver, Courtesy of Animal Planet The Puppy Bowl, the yearly pre-Super Bowl "competition" on Animal Planet, is back! To get the full scoop on the event, go to our Puppy Bowl preview, but for right now, just focus on the starting lineup. Oliver, above, is a 9-week-old Great Pyrenees who was found at Appalachian Great Pyrenees Rescue and will be running around the faux football field playing with other shelter dogs. As you can tell, this fur ball is ready to rumble. To see all the canine players who will be gracing the field, click over to Animal Planet. Warning, the puppy photo gallery is so completely addicting you'll find it hard to break away. AOL Extras For more adorable behind-the-sc...

Animal Planet The "ruff," tough and utterly adorable players take the field Sunday for Animal Planet's Puppy Bowl VI, and referee Andrew Schechter will be back to keep the canine chaos in check. The Brooklyn native (and associate producer) of Puppy Bowl talks with Paw Nation about the big game for pet fans, including some exiting new additions for this year's match-up. What will be familiar to viewers on Sunday? The famous kitten halftime show is back again, as well as what we like to call the most innovative camera shot in sports: The water-bowl shot. What are some of the new features for Puppy Bowl VI? We're going to have hamsters piloting a miniature blimp above the field, which will...

Animal Planet Forget about the Colts and Saints. This Sunday, we're cheering for the puppies! For the sixth consecutive year, the "Puppy Bowl" on Animal Planet will provide a fluffy and adorable alternative to the Super Bowl. Viewers will watch 43 puppies play on a scaled-down gridiron. And don't worry; a referee will be there to watch out for "unnecessary ruffness." The halftime entertainment will consist of 20 kittens, while bunny cheerleaders will grace the sidelines throughout the game and a blimp will be flown by some very talented hamsters. In case that doesn't give you enough of the warm fuzzies, chew on this: All of the puppies, kittens, bunnies and hamsters came from shelters and...