He's the star quarter-bark! Terrier Fumble comes out on top at Puppy Bowl VIII... but was Shepherd Mix Aberdeen robbed? Nine-week-old Fumble, a Chihuahua/Terrier mix, was named Most Valuable Player of this year's Puppy Bowl VIII - the annual mock super bowl show catering to animal lovers and pet adoption. In an action-packed match left without controversy, Meep the bird, the season's latest addition, took to Twitter minutes after to report some critics saying Aberdeen, the Australian Shepherd Mix as robbed of the title. Aberdeen completed four 'touchdowns' throughout the program earning him a new Puppy Bowl record according to Meep, having successfully carried any one of the scattered chew toys to a corner of the field four times. nimals on the field: The eighth annual Puppy Bowl featuring 50 young pups playing before the cameras wrapped up Sunday naming a MVP as well as touchdown winner Playing for a cause: Appeasing animal lovers while promoting pet adoption through website PetFinder.com, all of the animals seen come from shelters across the country Playtime: The mock Super Bowl broadcast catering to animal lovers failed to disappoint this year as puppies, kittens and even pigs jostled around the enclosed model stadium The blonde dog just beat out 9-week-old Hunter, a competing boxer from Go Boxer Rescue in Ohio, in the second half. Animal Planet reports that they are still taking votes for the Viewer's Choice of MVP on their website.