Boston Terrier - are typically small, compactly built, well proportioned dogs with erect ears, short tails, and a short muzzle

Bichon Frise- similar in appearance to, but larger than, the Maltese. They are a non-shedding breed that requires daily grooming.

American Eskimo Dog - small to medium sized breed of dogs of the Spitz type

Yorkshire Terrier - informally known as a Yorkie

Toy Fox Terrier - re small dogs with a muscular and athletic appearance. Notable characteristic traits

Silky Terrier - Intelligent, curious, and in constant motion, the breed was originally developed in the 19th century in Australia

Shih Tzu - eported to be the oldest and smallest of the Tibetan dogs


Poodle - regarded as one of the most intelligent breeds of dog.

Pomeranian - often known as a Pom/Pom Pom, a breed of dog of the Spitz type

Pekingese - referred to as a "Lion Dog" or "Foo (or Fu) Dog"

Papillon - small, friendly, elegant breed of dog of the Spaniel type

Miniature Pinscher - small breed of dog of the Pinscher type

Maltese - does not shed and is covered with long, silky white hair.

Japanese Chin - ave straight, silky, profuse long hair that is most often black and white, or white and black

Italian Greyhound - smallest[2] of the sighthounds, typically weighing about 8 to 15 lbs

English Toy Spaniel - compact, cobby and essentially square toy dog possessed of a short-nosed, domed head, a merry and affectionate demeanor

Chinese Crested - Like most hairless dog breeds, the Chinese Crested comes in two varieties, both with and without fur

Chihuahua - smallest breed of dog in the world and is named after the state of Chihuahua in Mexico.

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel - substantial silky coat of moderate length, often with a mild wave, and long ears.

Brussels Griffon (Griffon Bruxellois) - small, with a flat face, prominent chin, and large wide-set eyes that give the Griffon an almost human express

Affenpinscher - has harsh rough coat and a monkey-like expression

Wire Fox Terrier - ave a low threshold for boredom and require stimulation, exercise and attention.

West Highland White Terrier - commonly recognised through its use as a mascot for Black & White

Welsh Terrier - suited for hunting fox, birds, and badgers and for being kept as a pet.

Staffordshire Bull Terrier - taffie, Stafford, Staffross, Staffy or Staff) is a medium-sized, short-coated, old-time breed of dog

Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier - breed of dog originating in Ireland

Smooth Fox Terrier - is a balanced, well-proportioned terrier with a distinctive head that has a tapering muzzle, fiery dark eyes,

Skye Terrier - long, low terrier that is both hardy and dignified.

Sealyham Terrier - a strain of dogs noted for their prowess in quarrying small game

Scottish Terrier - ne of five breeds of terrier that originated in Scotland

Parson Russell Terrier - descended from early white-bodied foxing terriers used in the hunt field

Norwich Terrier - one of the smallest terriers

Norfolk Terrier - has a wire-haired coat, "all shades of red, wheaten, black and tan, or grizzle.

Miniature Schnauzer - developed from crosses between the Standard Schnauzer and one or more smaller breeds such as the Poodle or Affenpinscher

Miniature Bull Terrier - have short, fine, and glossy coats that are very close to the skin, like the Standards.

Manchester Terrier - Smooth haired, long tapering nose, narrow flat skull, eyes small and bright, chest , only true color Black a Tan

Lakeland Terrier - ancestors include the now extinct Old English Black and Tan terrier, the early Dandie Dinmont Terrier, Bedlington Terrier

Kerry Blue Terrier - a general working dog used for a variety of jobs, including herding cattle and sheep and as a guard dog

Irish Terrier - s an active, compactly sized dog that is suited for life in both rural and city environments.

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