For PUPPY BOWL XV, Animal Planet worked with over 50 dedicated animal shelters and rescue organizations from over 20 states and territories in the US and made an global stop to Costa Rica, to fill the rosters of #TeamRuff and #TeamFluff. In its fifteenth year, the Puppy Bowl continues to spread the word about adopting from shelters and rescues to a national audience that exceeded 3 million viewers in 2018. The best part about the Puppy Bowl is that they highlight all sorts of dogs. This year there is a huge variety of dogs, and 93 dogs will be up for adoption.
And coming back for the second year is Puppy Bowl Presents: The Dog Bowl, which you can catch at 8 p.m.
The Super Bowl (6:30 p.m., CBS) - The match between the New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams, live from Atlanta.
Here's how to watch Puppy Bowl XV. If you are more phone person or prefer online stream, visit the Animal Planet website or download one of its mobile applications. Yes, for fans of older felines; 2019 Cat Bowl will feature older and special need cats. These puppies are from a variety of shelters across the United States, Puerto Rico, and Costa Rica.
The network also is partnering with the Pro Football Hall of Fame to introduce the Puppy Bowl Hall of Fame to highlight the importance of adult-pet adoption.
Call it the small game ahead of Sunday's big game.