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Shih Tzus are so endearing that they'll make you smile. They have an aristocratic nature and are kind and obedient, but sometimes arrogant.

1.Shih Tzus

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These non-shedding dogs have a reputation for being incredibly joyful, devoted, and cuddly. They are smart, yet occasionally they have a stubborn streak.

2.Bichon Frise

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This fun mixed breed dog is the ideal family pet since it has the intellect of a miniature poodle and the petite height of a Yorkshire terrier.

3.Yorkipoo

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In addition to being fantastic exterminators (hello, city folk), they are devoted, happy, and have a velvety coat.

4.Rat Terrier

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5.Maltese

This is one of the oldest tiny white dog breeds, despite the fact that it can be difficult to tell them apart. Since ancient times, Maltese have provided their masters with entertainment.

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Yorkies weigh only seven pounds, but they are incredibly active for their size. There's also a plus to that lovely, silky fur.

6.Yorkshire Terrier

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7.Jack Russell Terrier

Jack Russell terriers have gained notoriety despite not being approved by the American Kennel Club by making appearances in Wishbone, The Artist, and My Dog Skip, to mention a few films

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8.Pembroke Welsh Corgi

Corgis get along well with kids because they are playful, bright, and alert. They are simple to train because they are intelligent and eager to please.

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9.Chihuahua

These devoted and active dogs, which were given their name after the Mexican state of Chihuahua, demonstrate that good things may indeed come in small packages, or five pounds, to be more precise.

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10.Alaskan Klee Kai

Let us introduce you to the Alaskan Klee Kai, a dog that resembles a husky but only grows to a maximum weight of 15 pounds.