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Brussells Griffon

The Brussels Griffon is known for the almost human expression on his face. He is highly intelligent and sensitive. Even though he requires the protections need by any toy breed, the Brussels Griffon is a toal companion, bright and alert. If he feels threatened, he kicks up a big fuss.

The Brussels Griffon is a member of the Toy Group and was first recognized by the AKC in 1910.



English Bulldog

He was originally a fighting dog, but now he's about as easygoing as a dog can be. The Bulldog is intelligent and trainable, but because of his face and body type, light exercise is enough to keep him healthy, and an air-conditioned house is his favorite place in the summer.

The Bulldog is a member of the Non-Sporting Group and was first recognized by the AKC in 1886.


Jack Russel Terrier

The Jack Russell Terrier is bold and friendly, athletic and clever. At home he is playful, exuberant and overwhelmingly affectionate. He is
an independent and energetic terrier and requires his due portion of attention.

The Jack Russell is a member of the Terrier Group and was first recognized by the AKC in 1997.  


Japanese Chin

The Japanese Chin is bright and alert and likes being clean and tidy. He is playful. Sometimes he'll even make up his own tricks to show off to his audience of friends.

The Japanese Chin is a member of the Toy Group and was first recognized by the AKC in 1888.



Maltese

The Maltese becomes attached to the whole family and enjoys the company of well-behaved visitors, as well as other animals. He's got a lot of sparkle in his personality. He likes to be treated like the adorable baby of the family, but will happily respect commonsense rules.

The Maltese is a member of the Toy Group and was first recognized by the AKC in 1888


Miniature Pinscher

The  Miniature Pinscher can really spice up a person's life. This dog is small, but don't tell him--he doesn't know it. He's quick and active, with a lively curiosity, and feels he's quite important. He thoughtfully looks out for his family, bravely challenging intruders with his bold, insistent bark.

The Miniature Pinscher is a member of the Toy Group and was first recognized by the AKC in 1925.


Pomeranian

The Pomeranian is a little spark plug. He's lively, bold and inquisitive, too. This makes him an excellent and fearless watchdog despite his tiny size. He's smart and will respond well to consistent training. Poms are sometimes suspicious of strangers and other animals.

The Pomeranian is a member of the Toy Group and was first recognized by the AKC in 1888



Pug

When the Pug looks at you and cocks his head, even the hardest heart has to melt. Pugs combine a cocky confidence with a friendly, sensitive nature. They are great with kids and thoroughly relish playtime and exercise.

The Pug is a member of the Toy Group and was first recognized by the AKC in 1885.


Yorkshire Terrier
   
Because they're so tiny and have such splendid coats, many people think Yorkshire Terriers are delicate dogs. Actually, it's better not to baby these dogs too much. Excessive pampering confuses them. Common sense care must be taken because of their size, but Yorkies are little terriers. That means they love to play and investigate. They are bundles of energy as puppies, though older Yorkies can be quiet and settled.

The Yorkshire Terrier is a member of the Toy Group and was first registered by the AKC in 1885.