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Yorkshire Terrier

Yorkshire Terrier

There may not be as elegant nor a more popular terrier in the world than that of the Yorkshire Terrier. With its long flowing and dashing coat, the Yorkie has seen many changes since their conception in the mid 1800’s. While most enthusiasts celebrate their blue coats, it turns out, …

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Havanese

Havanese

There’s very little that legendary fictional bad boy, Tony Montana, or Scarface and the Havanese have in common. In fact, you’ll never read a comparison of this kind. The toy breed like Scarface is from Cuba. And like the madman himself, made an escape to the U.S. for a better …

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Toy Fox Terrier

Toy Fox Terrier

If you like buying American, then the Toy Fox Terrier is waiting to hear from you! This exuberant, running, and jumping Toy breed comes from an impressive ancestry of performers. From the dog shows to the circus, yes the circus, the TFT loves the spotlight. However, don’t let the cute …

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Pekingese

Pekingese

Back in the day, you didn’t need a can of mace. Nope, you could hide a Pekingese in your sleeve like emperors did centuries ago, and unleash them under threat. This breed, also known as the “Lion Dog,” is one of the oldest and most regal dogs on the planet. …

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Silky Terrier

Silky Terrier

If male super-model, Fabio, was a breed of dog, he would be a Silky Terrier. With their hair parted, dashing in elegance, the Silky would fit in great as a calendar dog. And although the breed belongs to the Toy group, they are still a Terrier through and through. That …

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Miniature Pinscher

Miniature Pinscher

Nobody likes comparisons, but the Miniature Pinscher has been dealing with comparisons to the Doberman for nearly a century. Yet, this small breed from the Toy Group is actually much older and unlike the Dobie, the Mini Pin is the “King of the Toys.” Fearless with incredible instinct, the Mini …

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Papillon

Papillon

This toy breed may not be your average lapdog, but people, including aristocratic women, just love them the Papillon. Paps for short, the French word “Papillon” means “Butterfly.”  Indeed, Paps are light like a Butterfly, but are quite the versatile breed.  Additionally, there’s one more thing about the Paps— there’s …

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Italian Greyhound

Italian Greyhound

For those with noble laps, meet the Italian Greyhound. From Cleopatra to Julius Caesar, just to name drop a few owners of this toy breed, the I.G. is the smallest Gazehound around. Additionally, the I.G happens to be one of the oldest sighthounds as well. You know their bigger relatives, …

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English Toy Terrier

English Toy Terrier

If you took one look at the English Toy Terrier, you may think, someone shrunk the Doberman Pinscher. Fortunately, there was no lab coat shrinking going on with this small breed, that belongs in the Toy group and was once a premiere rat chaser. Instead, the English Toy Terrier is …

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English Toy Spaniel

English Toy Spaniel

If “Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous” was a show during the 17th and 18th century, without a doubt, you would find the “small dog in a big package,” the English Toy Spaniel, a part of the show. This Toy Group Breed has long been a dog for the ruling …

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