Small Dog Breeds

Danish Swedish Farmdog

If you are looking for a low maintenance guard dog, Danish Swedish Farmdog has to be considered in your list. Continuously evolving as a farm dog, it is an expert in protecting crops from intruders and rats. It can be easily adaptable to household purposes also and can guard your home and livestock well. Though it looks similar to terrier, ...

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Volpino Italiano

Volpino Italian is small and quite attractive due to its white color. Most breeders prefer him to other dogs because they are very clean and hygienic. Originally, he was called American Spitz but currently it is known as the Eski. They resemble small balls made of pure cotton. He has three distinct sizes the small, miniature and the standard. Because ...

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Toy Manchester Terrier

The Toy Manchester Terrier is full of spirits. He is very cunning and intelligent. This dog is always eager to learn. He certainly displays a true terrier nature, that is, alert, sporty, lively, faithful, and independent. In addition to all these, the dog is also devoted and discerning. He surely makes an incredible loyal friend and terrific watchdog too. This ...

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Swedish Vallhund

The Swedish Vallhund is loving, playful and energetic. Ever better, this dog is quite hilarious. He can make you laugh to the floor, literally. If you are looking for a dog breed to take care of you during your rough times, then this dog is the ideal one to settle for. They have the ability to create games that entertain ...

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Smooth Fox Terrier

As with many other breeds (and especially with Terriers), they can be difficult to train, and they can be inappropriate for households with young children and/or other pets. However, if training is effective, and especially if they are socialized early on, they can be wonderful around them. History and Health : History : The first known appearance of this dog ...

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Skye Terrier

Skye Terrier is low to ground, longheaded and black nosed small dog. His teeth meet in scissors or level bite. The dog’s eyes are normally brown and dark. He has symmetrical ears that are perfectly dropped or erect. His tail hangs with plenty of feathering and is also long. The tail is pendent. It is never curled. His feet are ...

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Shiba Inu

The Shiba Inu have been around for over two millennia, were bred to hunt and flush out birds and rabbits and other small game, became almost extinct 70 years ago, but are now quite popular as house pets. History and Health : History : The Shiba Inu have been around for almost 2,300 years, according to recent DNA analysis. For ...

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Sealyham Terrier

Interesting facts about them are that they have a loud and deep bark, and that they can be trained to be quiet; they are very fond of chasing any outside animal that moves; they are now considered to be quite rare; and, perhaps most significantly, they are extremely rare. History and Health : History : This breed evolved from 1850 ...

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Scottish Terrier

Scottish Terriers have been around for a very long time, are very popular, but are very difficult to train. Even when trained, they must continue to be given consistent commands. History and Health : History : Terrier-like dogs in what is known known as the U.K. have been written about for almost as long as writing has occurred in the ...

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Russian Spaniel

People who take care of Russian Spaniels are very loyal to their dogs, just as much as the dogs are loyal to them. There is some anecdotal evidence that they arrived in the United States and Canada ten to twenty years ago. However, they are still extremely rare there, and are still more common in their native Russia. In the ...

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