Who can resist these adorable puppies? We are giving you the top 10 small dog breeds, that will melt your heart. If you are looking for a new dog pet and want it to belittle and cute, we have 10 ideas for you, but if you ask us, we would keep them all.
They are fun, positive, and eager for love and attention. You won’t go wrong if you decide to give a loving home to any of them, and in return be sure that you will receive happiness and unconditional love. Which one did you like the most?
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These dogs have been around for centuries. Literally! The love story began in Tenerife, Spain, where they were much loved by the European aristocrats. Beware, they look super cute and are very playful, but leave them by themselves for more than a couple of hours, and the neighbors might come around due to them constantly barking if left by themselves. And being small, their bark is rather ear piercing! However, if you have children this could mean constant companionship, and therefore will be as silent as anything.
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Once upon bred as fighter dogs, they are now better known for their boundless energy and fun-loving ways. They can provide endless entertainment with their silly antics to everyone around. They are also typically sweet, smart, and easy to train. Boston Terriers tend to love people and make great dogs for families. These are known as the gentleman in the dog world and are the State dogs of Massachusetts.
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Hailing from Mexico, it is known that these dogs could have been imported by Christopher Columbus into Europe; well, according to the legend anyway. Funnily enough, these dogs were once a lot bigger but over time shrunk. Fun fact you might not know. Maybe in a century, they’ll be the size of a peach who knows! Chihuahuas are loyal, friendly, and good family pets when treated respectfully. Just do not poke them too much, they won’t like that. They can get all the exercise needed in the house or apartment.
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The French Bulldog is a breed of domestic dog, bred to be companion dogs. The breed is the result of a cross between Toy Bulldogs imported from England, and local ratters in Paris, France, in the 1800s. They are stocky, compact dogs with a friendly, mild-mannered temperament and are perfect to protect you and your home. Anyone they have not seen before or were told about, will be on their guards and bark away at any intruders of their house.
They’re perfect for keeping indoors because they don’t require much exercise. They’re also the perfect size for laps and cuddles. All you’ll need is to find some cute french bulldog names and the necessary supplies and you’re golden. Just leave the rest up to this cutie.
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The Papillon, or French for butterfly, are also called the Continental Toy Spaniel, it is spaniel type breed of dog. One of the oldest of spaniels, it derives its name from its characteristic butterfly-like look of the long and fringed hair on the ears. They enjoy sitting on laps as much as they enjoy running amuck around the house. They are friendly and love attention. They do not bark excessively and are rather docile.
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The Pomeranian is a breed of dog of the Spitz family type that is named after the Pomerania region in northwest Poland and northeast Germany within Central Europe. They are classed as a toy dog breed because of their tiny small size, the Pomeranian is descended from larger Spitz-type dogs, specifically the German Spitz. They can be suspicious of strangers and somewhat bark a little, but with children are rather at ease, just not too young kids and not overlay hipper ones either.
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The pug is a breed of dog with physically distinctive features of a wrinkly, short, and cute muzzled face, with a curled up “piggy” style tail. The breed has a fine, glossy coat that comes in a variety of colors, most often light brown or black, and has a compact, square body with well-developed muscles. They are an ancient breed dating back from way back and were once treated like a royal. Great family dogs and highly affectionate towards children. They are also smart and avid learners that will observe your every move trying to please you time after time.
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One breed that you either love or loathe. But, the Shih Tzu is an Asian toy dog breed originating from Tibet that you would love and forever adore if it is your kind of thing. This breed is well-known for their short cute as anything snout and large round eyes, as well as their ever-growing coat, floppy ears, and short and stout posture. They are happy to be, affectionate towards others, and very respectful. They love nothing more but to follow you around everywhere you go, like if it were a 3-year-old child!
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Toy Poodles tend to bark, a lot! What can be said, they are expressive and that can be good for those wishing a charismatic dog that requires your full, every day to day attention. They are extremely intelligent and are easily trained. They are agile and graceful as well as smart, and they enjoy and excel in a variety of canine sports, including agility, obedience, and tracking. They love water too!
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Small in size but oh my personality! One cannot get ever bored with one of these, always seeking to play, run and get general exercise. These dogs love the outdoors and will want to hunt down small little animals, but even the much bigger ones too as they are not afraid of a thing! This is the most popular dog breed in America and for some time now. They are elegant, they look and are smart, clever – very intelligent and will do anything for their owners to be kept happy and pleased with them.