Small Dog Breeds

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Pekingese Pekingese Toy Dog Breeds Height: 6–9 inches
Weight: 7–14 lb
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The Pekingese is a small dog of Chinese origin. It gets its name from the ancient city of Peking, which is now modern Beijing. They were sacred in China, and only royals were allowed to own one. Punishment for stealing one was no less than death.&

Papillon Papillon Toy Dog Breeds Height: Male: 8–11 inches; Female: 8–11 inches
Weight: Male: 8–10 pounds; Female: 7–9 pounds
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The Papillon, pronounced (PAP ee yon) is a v

Havanese Havanese Toy Dog Breeds Height: 8.5 - 11.5 inches
Weight: 7 - 13 pounds
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Known for being the “National Dog of Cuba” and the only dog breed native to the island country, the Havanese is a small dog breed known for its silky coat that protects it against the harsh heat of the tropics. As a trainable and intel

Dachshund Dachshund Hound Dog Breeds Height: 8 - 9 inches
Weight: 16 - 32 pounds
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Often referred to as the “Little Hot Dog” or “Weiner Dog,” the Dachshund is a lively breed known for their long, low bodies and big friendly personalities. Making lovable and playful companions for many families with childr

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Toy Dog Breeds Height: Male: 12–13 inches; Female: 12–13 inches
Weight: Male: 13–18 lb; Female: 13–18 lb
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Often affectionately nicknamed the “Cavie,” the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is a smaller breed of spaniel that is prized for its sweet, gentle nature. Although the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is one of the most prevalent breeds in&

Cairn Terrier Cairn Terrier Terrier Dog Breeds Height: 9 to 10 inches
Weight: 13 to 14 lbs
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The Cairn Terrier is a small but hardy working dog originally bred to help Scottish farmers get rid or pests on the property. The breed is most recognized as playing the role of Toto in The Wizard of Oz. The Breed was first developed in the Scotti