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Small Dogs for Adoption
There’s tough and sweet and active and lazy. All wrapped up in a tiny coat of fur is the small dog breed family who promises to stay small for a lifetime. Like any other dog family, the variety is big when browsing through the small dog breed family.
If you’re looking for an action packed bundle who’s longing for adventure, meet the small dog.
Perhaps you’re searching for a sweet lap dog. Also meet the small dog.
Hoping for a favorite travel buddy who’s compact and easy to carry? Say hello to the small dog.
Small dog breeds include the Yorkshire Terrier, Dachshund, Bichon Frise, Pomeranian, Pug, Chihuahua and more. Beyond varying personalities, small dog breeds sport a wide array of colors, coat types and activity levels.
Small dog breeds are ideal for apartment life and can make their home in small, comfy spaces. In addition, costs of caring for a small dog breed are typically lower than that of larger dog breeds. For example, small dogs consume less food and require less medications when visiting the vet. Plus, costs of boarding a small dog are typically less as well.
If you’re looking for a small doggy friend who will thrive on lots of care, you might consider a Toy Poodle, Shih Tzu, Maltese or Yorkshire Terrier. Or if you’re searching for a more low maintenance option, a Beagle, Boston Terrier, Pug or Chihuahua may be your perfect match.
Although they’re cute and winsome, begin training early with the small little dog. Never let a small puppy get by with behaviors you wouldn’t also allow in larger dogs. So yes, nipping at heals and jumping on people needn’t be a normal for your charming little fur-ball. In addition, always be firm, loving and consistent in your training.
For more information regarding small dog breeds, click here. Or scroll up to see our available small dogs for adoption.