Top10 Teacup Dog Breeds for Tiny Canine Lover

they were bred to be smaller to be kept as companions rather than working dogs. 


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Teacup poodles usually weigh about 4 pounds, while their standard-sized counterparts weigh 45 to 70 pounds. 


What they lack in size, teacup beagles make up for in friendliness and energy. 


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Not only is the Maltese one of the world's oldest breeds—originating almost 3,000 years ago.


the Pomsky is the cross between a Siberian husky with a Pomeranian. 


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These tiny dogs can weigh just 2 to 3 pounds, but they still have big-dog personalities. 

Yorkshire Terrier

They were bred to be loving companions that some people refer to as living stuffed animals. 

Bichon Frise

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Starring in fast food commercials and being toted around in celebrities' purses, they have had their share of fame. 


Some pugs can be stubborn, but they tend to respond well to training, especially if treats are involved as a reward. 


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Underneath their long, silky hair, shih tzus have quite muscular bodies and were built for agility courses. 

Shih Tzu