Manchester Terriers are hardy and well-mannered. They're diggers and chasers, however, keep them on a leash or in a fenced-in yard when outdoors. Manchesters are usually reserved with strangers and aggressive with other animals.
Manchester Terriers are part of the Terrier group. In general, terriers have a very distinctive personality that's unlike any other breed. They're feisty and energetic. Originally bred to hunt and kill vermin, terriers love the chase-don't let your Terrier off its leash unless it's in an enclosed area.
Japanese Chins are playful but calm. They're great apartment dogs that are easily trained. They get along well with strangers and other pets, but they're often afraid of young children.
The Japanese Chin is a toy breed. Toy breeds are small companion dogs that were originally bred as pets for wealthy, cultured families. In general, toys are the perfect apartment dogs, since they require little, if any, outdoor exercise.
The English Toy Spaniel comes in four color varieties: the King Charles, the Ruby, the Blenheim and the Prince Charles.
Unlike most toy breeds, the English Toy Spaniel isn't demanding; it's very easy to live with. These quiet and calm little dogs adjust well to apartments, and need little, if any, outdoor exercise. English Toy Spaniels are somewhat suspicious of strangers, and they get along well with kids and other pets.
Chinese Crested come in two varieties: the Hairless Chinese Crested and the Powderpuff Chinese Crested.
Chinese Crested are happy little dogs. They climb and jump like cats. They require little outdoor exercise, so they make great apartment pets. They're usually good with children, strangers and other animals, but they tend to be timid.