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Pros and Cons of Toy Breeds

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    Mar 2012

    Lightbulb Pros and Cons of Toy Breeds

    Here's a place for a quick overview of the personalities of toy breed dogs...

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    Thank you for all your tips!!!

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    Nov 2012
    Toy Breeds are adorable. I've always dreamed of having a Maltese.

    Surprisingly, some of the more ancient ones are pretty robust (e.g. Pekingese and Shih Tzus). Speaking of cute breeds, here are just some of the descriptive names I've picked up while reading about them.

    Affenspincher- Monkey Dog
    Brussels Griffon- Chewbaca
    Chihuahua- Little Burrito
    Papillon- Butterfly

    Shih Tzus can be good guard dogs too. They bark aloud and a lot!

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    Jul 2012
    South Wales, UK
    Quote Originally Posted by haopee View Post
    Toy Breeds are adorable. I've always dreamed of having a Maltese.
    I had a maltese X growing up - he wasn't quite toy size but was a small dog. He was the most incredible boy ever, such a good, affectionate dog.

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