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Yorkshire Terrier

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yorkshire terrier
The Yorkshire Terrier is a charming dog. Although small in size, his heart and personality are large, and he is mischievous and lovable all in one. An energetic and exuberant companion, the Yorkie is a true terrier-feisty and fearless, ready to take on the world. He is brave and loyal, and he will let his family know about any perceived danger - and be willing to defend his territory. Because he has a propensity to get himself in trouble, the Yorkie needs to know who's in charge.

Xoloitzcuintli (Toy)

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xoloitzcuintli (toy)
The Xolo is cheerful, attentive, intelligent and alert - a great companion and watchdog. He served as a guardian for millennia, so he is suspicious of strangers and can be aloof when he first meets new people. For his family, though, he has nothing but affection and is supremely loyal, usually attaching himself to one "special" person. He has been described as a big dog in a small body, and he is no pushover, occasionally showing a stubborn streak. He needs your direction and fair leadership to understand his role in the family.

Toy Fox Terrier

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toy fox terrier
Those who know him revel in the Toy Fox Terrier's zeal for life. He is gregarious and friendly, always ready to play and participate in household activities. He has been described as almost clown-like, wanting to entertain and amuse those around him. Despite his readiness to romp, he also enjoys settling into laps and will quickly quiet down when that's what everyone else is doing.

Silky Terrier

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silky terrier

Silky Terriers behave like terriers. They're sturdy, hardy, quick and demanding. They're usually friendly with strangers and snappish with other pets. Silky Terriers are barkers and chasers. Keep them on a leash or in a fenced-in yard whenever they're outside.

Silky Terriers are part of the Toy group. Toy breeds are small companion dogs that were bred as pets for wealthy, cultured families. In general, toys are the perfect apartment dogs, since they require little, if any, outdoor exercise.

The Silky is lively, smart and friendly. He is affectionate but not demonstrative. He wants to stay close to his human companion, but don't expect him to curl up in your lap; according to many breeders, he's "more terrier than toy." This playful imp is not above making a little mischief - if left alone for too long, he may find creative ways in which to entertain himself. He is docile, although he may not tolerate roughhousing or teasing. He is constantly curious about everything around him.

Shih Tzu

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shih tzu
The Shih Tzu is the ultimate companion dog. This mellow little fellow is both a gentle lapdog and a playful friend. He is outgoing, affectionate and trusting. He's surprisingly sturdy and is good with children. He can be stubborn one moment, then disarm with his charming clownishness the next.


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The Pug's motto is multum in parvo - a lot in a small package - and it captures his essence. It is no wonder he has been adored by so many for so long - he is big enough to be "all dog" but small enough to go anywhere. The Pug is an even-tempered, happy, affectionate and jovial companion. He is curious and curious-looking, attracting attention and returning affection. He is clever and mischievous just when least expected. He tries hard to please his owner and loves to be the center of attention by clowning around.


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Puggles have a lively temperament. They are very energetic, sweet natured and social. They love to play, but when playtime is over, they are content to sit in their owner's lap. Puggles are friendly and willing and able to charm everyone they come across.

Poodle (Toy)

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poodle (toy)
All sizes of Poodles are considered intelligent, lively dogs. The Standard is described as proud and elegant. He is a stable, affectionate and sensitive dog, very much in tune with his family. The Miniature Poodle is a lively, clever dog who is also very in tune with his family. He is good-natured if not somewhat shy and reserved around strangers. The Toy can also be shy, and he tends to be more sensitive. He is happiest with people and is responsive and intelligent, blossoming with training and socialization.


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A foxy ball of fluff, the Pomeranian is alert, active, intelligent, wary and full of himself. He wants to be not just part of the family but part of all activities. He isn't clingy like some toy breeds, but his need to be included can develop into a kind of bossiness or spoiled nature. This is easily tempered with obedience training. He loves to play and learn tricks.


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Exhibiting confidence, charm and a bit of stubborn independence, Pekingese are fearless but never aggressive. Their sole purpose in life is to give comfort and companionship to their owners. Pekingese are charmers but should be socialized from puppyhood so that they gain the confidence that is so natural to them.
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