Small Dog Breeds

Bedlington Terrier

The Bedlington Terrier is certainly a unique-looking dog and is perhaps the main reason for wanting one. Other good qualities are that it is not too small, and is not fragile; does not shed a lot, if at all; is more relatively calm than are other terriers while indoors; and is fast, agile and loves to frolic. While they have ...

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Basset Bleu de Gascogne

This dog is rarely found outside of France. They can be very friendly with family and strangers, as are other similar breeds. Basset Bleu de Gascognes can be a very devoted and faithful pet, and are neither shy nor aggressive. However, because they do not have a history of being with families (having been bred and raised usually for hunting ...

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Australian Terrier

Because of their high intelligence, ability to grasp things quickly, and willingness to learn they are very easy to train. Be careful, however, with what you teach them; you do not want them to pick up life-long bad habits. Even with training, though, they may be prone to chase after cats and other small animals. History and Health : History ...

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Silky Terrier

Silky is a stunning and elegant dog with extremely beautiful silk coat of blue and tan. Beneath the delicate looking exterior lies a very bold and big spirit. If you are used to this dog, you will be surprised that despite his small size, he has a lot of courage to warn off any intruder. The small dog can also ...

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Airedale Terrier

A consensus on their characteristics indicates that they are very smart, highly intelligent, yet become bored very easily (if they are not mentally challenged), extremely talented, have a bubbly temperament, clownish yet are very good guard dogs, are quite large and heavy for Terriers and thus are called The King of the Terriers, were bred to chase ground animals, have ...

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Affenpinscher

Affenpinscher is passionate, smart and a very good indoor dog. The name suggests that the dog is resembles a monkey. The main reason he was bred was to catch rats. Actually, the general appearance of the dog is neat. After several years, they moved up the ladder to turn into a woman’s companion. History & Health : History : Some ...

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Yorkie Poo

The Yorkie Poo is a fun and playful dog. It is a cross breed between the Yorkshire Terrier and a Toy and a Miniature Poodle. Its height is about seven inches to one foot and is three inches tall at the shoulder. Generally, a healthy Yorkie Poo weighs between three to fourteen pounds depending on its age. In addition, it ...

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Beagle

The Beagle is hardy little and sturdy hound dog which resembles like miniature foxhound. Its body is somewhat squarely build and the skull is slightly and fairly long domed. The square muzzle is medium in terms of length and straight. Its large eyes are hazel or brown. They are excellently set apart. The dog has long and low set ears. ...

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Pug

The Pug refers to a stocky, square, small, and thickest dog. It brings with it a massive head with a blunt, short, and square shaped muzzle. Most people consider moles that appear on its cheeks as beauty spots. Pug’s teeth meet in a relatively undershot bite. This dog has extremely dark, large, and prominent eyes. Its thin and small ears ...

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Parson Russell Terrier

This dog is a breed of the small white terrier of the original Fox Terriers during the eighteenth century. The breed gets its name after the individual who was credited with the development of this dog. Mostly, he is white with a rough, or smooth or broken coat. He is feisty and energetic. History and Health : History : In ...

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