Have you ever own these Adorable Dog Breeds ?

We all think that our dog is the one of most adorable puppy in the world – and we know that we are right about that! But come one we all know that we want an excuse to look at photos of gorgeous and precious dogs and puppies. That’s why we decided to make a list of 20 most adorable dog breeds that you can own.  Also if you own any of this dog breeds let mus know in comments down bellow. 

Cavalier King Charles | Adorable Dog Breed
Cavalier King Charles | Adorable Dog Breed
Cavalier King Charles | Adorable Dog Breed

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#20 – Cavalier King

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is often called a “Sporting Toy Breed” because of his combination of spaniel and toy traits! This dogs are also sweet-tempered, playful, and gentle. Anyway when we first see this dogs, we immediately think that they don’t have any athletic instincts. That’s WRONG! They can be great runners and chasers, that’s why if you decide to own one you will need to have a fenced yard and leash all the times, because many Cavaliers will pursue squirrels, chipmunks and birds etc.. to the streets!

What should you expect if you decide to own Cavalier:

  • Need companionship most of the day because they are becoming stressed when they are left alone for too long.
  • Separation Anxiety is real problem.
  • Polite and peaceful with other dogs and cats.
  • Need plenty of early socialization.
  • Respond to cheerful training.

IMPORTANT!
Keep in mind that the inheritance of temperament is less predictable than the inheritance of physical traits such as size or shedding. Temperament and behavior are also shaped by raising and training.

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French Bulldog | Adorable Dog Breed
French Bulldog | Adorable Dog Breed
French Bulldog | Adorable Dog Breed

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#19 – French Bulldog

French Bulldog Puppies are entertaining, and funny they can be more lively than we expect from their chunky appearance. Most of them when are adults, are more dignified and they can be champion couch potatoes, sometimes they can even play around in your house or even go for walk through cold weather.

What should you expect if you decide to own French Bulldog:

  • Friendly with everyone.
  • Even sometimes can bark to announce visitors but mostly they are quiet.
  • Peaceful with other pets.
  • Persistent training including food as motivation.
  • Love to play games and chase balls.
  • Doesn’t need much exercise.

CAUTION!
They can’t swim! Because of their squat build and heavy head, most Frenchies cannot swim and will drown if they fall into a pool.

Yorkshire Terrer | Adorable Dog Breed
Yorkshire Terrer | Adorable Dog Breed
Yorkshire Terrer | Adorable Dog Breed

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#18 – Yorkshire Terrer

Yorkie’s are small breeds but don’t underestimate their  size by the pitter-patter of their tiny feet and their petite body capable of fitting inside a purse. These breeds are big dogs trapped inside a small body. Yorkie puppies often can be irresistibly cute and may melt your heart into a million pieces.

What should you expect if you decide to own Yorkshire Terrer:

  • Difficult Breed To Potty Train.
  • Barking too much!
  • Harder to housebreak than many small breeds.
  • Lots of grooming needed.
  • They suffer from separation anxiety more than some other breeds.
  • Peeing Machines.
  • Playful Pooches.
  • Picky Eaters.
Golden Retriever | Adorable Dog Breed
Golden Retriever | Adorable Dog Breed
Golden Retriever | Adorable Dog Breed

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#17 – Golden Retriever

Golden Retriever’s are one of the most popular dog breeds in the U.S.A.  We all know that this breed’s are friendly, their tolerant attitude makes him a fabulous for family pets, and their intelligence makes him a highly capable working dog. Golden Retrievers excel at retrieving game for hunters, tracking, sniffing out drugs, and as therapy and assistance dogs. They are natural athletes, and do well in dog sports such as agility and competitive obedience.

What should you expect if you decide to own Golden Retriever:

  • Need Regular Training.
  • Large, athletic, and natural-looking.
  • Is steady-tempered and dependable with everyone.
  • Sweet and Gentle.

IMPORTANT!
You must control his tendency to chew on objects and to mouth your hands — provide a box filled with toys so he can carry things around in his mouth.

Lhasa Apso | Adorable Dog Breed
Lhasa Apso | Adorable Dog Breed
Lhasa Apso | Adorable Dog Breed

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#16 – Lhasa Apso

Many people buy this puppy based on his brash and comical antics, envisioning a cuddly lapdog. But Lhasa Apso is one of the hardiest, toughest, and strongest-willed puppy of all the small breeds! In truth, the adult It is said that “when a Lhasa Apso looks in the mirror, he sees a lion.

What should you expect if you decide to own Lhasa Apso:

  • Potential suspiciousness toward strangers.
  • Small, but substantial and sturdy – not a “sissy” dog at all!
  • Mannerly house dog.
  • Loyal to his own family.
  • Doesn’t need a lot of exercise.

IMPORTANT!
Lhasa Apso has a strong-willed mind of his own, requiring a confident owner who can take charge!

Husky | Adorable Dog Breed
Husky | Adorable Dog Breed
Husky | Adorable Dog Breed

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#15 – Siberian Husky

Siberian Huskies “does not display the possessive qualities of the guard dogs, nor is he overly suspicious of strangers or aggressive with other dogs. Huskies are beautiful dog breeds with a thick coat that comes in a multitude of colors and markings. Their blue or multi-colored eyes and striking facial masks only add to the appeal of this breed, which originated in Siberia. It’s easy to see why many are drawn to the Siberian’s wolf-like looks, but be aware that this athletic, intelligent dog can be independent and challenging for first-time dog owners. Huskies also put the “H” in Houdini and need a fenced yard that is sunk in the ground to prevent escapes.

What should you expect if you decide to own Siberian Husky:

  • Free-spirited and playful.
  • Athletic and agile and loves the great outdoors, especially in cold weather.
  • Usually good-natured with strangers and sociable with other dogs.
  • Vigorous exercise requirements.
  • Escaping from your yard in search of adventure.
  • Heavy shedding

IMPORTANT!
Massive destructiveness and howling when bored, left alone too much, or not exercised enough!

Dalmatian | Adorable Dog Breed
Dalmatian | Adorable Dog Breed
Dalmatian | Adorable Dog Breed

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#14 – Dalmatian

Dalmatian is sleek and athletic dog breed has a history that goes back several hundred years. He started out as a coach dog but has also served in many other capacities, including hunter, firehouse dog, and circus performer.   A good  Dalmatian is a dependable, dignified gentleman, yet high-spirited and playful. However, there are lot of poorly-bred Dalmatians around, and these dogs can have serious temperament flaws. In addition, even a good Dalmatian needs plenty of exercise and companionship. Too much confinement (especially without the companionship of his family) and too little mental stimulation lead to boredom, hyperactivity, and destructive behaviors.

What should you expect if you decide to own Dalmatian:

  • Medium to large and built like a sleek athlete.
  • Has a short easy-to-brush coat.
  • Usually polite with everyone.
  • Vigorous exercise requirements.
  • Destructiveness and barking when left alone too much.
  • Constant shedding — 365 days a year!
  • Serious health issues.

IMPORTANT!
Aggression or fearfulness in some lines, or when it’s not socialized enough.

Samoyed | Adorable Dog Breed
Samoyed | Adorable Dog Breed
Samoyed | Adorable Dog Breed

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#13 – Samoyed

Samoyed is gentle and dependable in heart and mind! This playful dog enjoys to have vigorous outdoor exercises, especially in cold weather. Without his energy, and his companionship to satisfy his sociable nature, he can be boisterous and destructive. His attitude toward strangers varies from “Hi There! Come on in!” to more conservative, yet sensible and polite. Mostly the will bark to announce visitors, but that’s extent of their guarding inclination. Also they are good with other animals, but with strong chasing and herding instincts, they may take off after trespassing cats or wildlife. You must have fenced yard!

What should you expect if you decide to own Samoyed:

  • Medium to large and “spitz-like” prick ears, foxy face, thick coat, and curled tail.
  • Usually good-natured with everyone.
  • One of the brightest and most responsive of the spitz breeds.
  • Providing a goodly amount of exercise.
  • Destructiveness when left alone too much.
  • Stubbornness (mind of his own).
  • Heavy shedding.
  • Excessive barking.

IMPORTANT!
Rowdiness and exuberant jumping, especially when its young.

Beagle | Adorable Dog Breed
Beagle | Adorable Dog Breed
Beagle | Adorable Dog Breed

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#12 – Beagles

Beagles are conveniently- sized, handsome and easy to groom, friendly with people, peaceful with other pets. Also with their appealing soulful expression, it’s perfectly natural that many people consider them as potentially wonderful pets. However, Beagles were developed as hunting hounds. They need much more exercise than most people give them, which is why you see so many fat Beagles! Though they’re often kept in city apartments or condos, they should not be. They require long frequent walks and a fenced yard where they can stretch their legs off-leash – FENCED because Beagles are big explorers and chasers who will follow their nose wherever that is fascinating sight or smell takes them.

What should you expect if you decide to own Beagles:

  • Loves exercise, play, and outdoor activities.
  • Good-natured and peaceful with everyone.
  • Extremely careful search to find good-tempered lines.
  • Destructiveness when bored or not exercised enough.
  • Slowness to housebreak.
  • Moderate to heavy shedding.

IMPORTANT!
Providing a goodly amount of exercise, not just a couple of walks around the block.

Bernese Mountain Dog | Adorable Dog Breed
Bernese Mountain Dog | Adorable Dog Breed
Bernese Mountain Dog | Adorable Dog Breed

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#11 – Bernese Mountain Dog

Bernese Mountain Dog is steady-tempered and easygoing. His calmness and willingness to laze about doesn’t mean he can be cooped up without exercise. Indeed, they loves to get out, especially in cool weather. With their thick black coat, they didn’t do well in hot climates. Romping in the snow is a favorite form of recreation for this Alpine breed, and pulling carts and sleds is a wonderful source of exercise, especially if it involves children. Their attitude toward strangers varies from friendly to aloof, but a good Bernese should remain poised and hold his ground. The most common temperament fault is excessive shyness, sometimes toward everyone, sometimes focused on one group of people, such as men with beards. Bernese are so peaceful and sociable with other animals. But sometime they can be aggressive toward other male dogs.

What should you expect if you decide to own Bernese Mountain Dog:

  • Gentle-natured, polite, and non-aggressive.
  • Usually peaceful with other pets.
  • Loves pulling carts and sleds and romping in cold weather.
  • Responsive to training in a slow, good-natured way.
  • “Separation anxiety” and destructiveness when left alone too much.
  • Fearfulness or timidity in some lines, or when not socialized enough.
  • Some stubbornness and/or dominance problems, especially in young males.

IMPORTANT!
A Bernese Mountain Dog puppy needs lots of socialization so that his natural caution does not become timidity.

Shiba Inu | Adorable Dog Breed
Shiba Inu | Adorable Dog Breed
Shiba Inu | Adorable Dog Breed

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#10 – Shiba Inu

Shiba Inu is conveniently sized, handsome and hardy, easy to groom, and clean and quiet indoors. These interested potential owners must explore this breed in more depth, else they might be making a big mistake. They are very challenging to raise and train. A bold, high-spirited “big dog in a small body,” and you must must always keep on-leash, for them! However they can outrun and outdodge any human….and frequently does, for their independent spirit. Shibas are true runners. Shiba Inu owners need secure fences. Indeed, if you plan of leaving your Shiba outdoors unsupervised, he really should have a covered run (as in chainlink all across the top) if you want to be sure of finding him in the yard where you left him. Otherwise, his ingenuity and agile jumping/climbing/digging skills may send him over or under an ordinary fence. And once he’s loose, he’s gone!

What should you expect if you decide to own Shiba Inu:

  • Tehy have Wolf-like (spitz) appearance, with prick ears, foxy face, thick coat, and curled tail.
  • Energetic, bold, and spirited.
  • Smart and clever!
  • Moves swiftly with light-footed grace.
  • Excessive suspiciousness when not socialized enough.
  • Aggression toward other dogs and cats strong chasing instincts.
  • Containment difficulties and preventing escape attempts.
  • Strong-willed mind of his own, requiring a confident owner who can take charge.

IMPORTANT!
They can run away, when an interesting sight or scent catches their attention.

Irish Setter | Adorable Dog Breed
Irish Setter | Adorable Dog Breed
Irish Setter | Adorable Dog Breed

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#9 – Irish Setter

Irish Setter has been described as rollicking, happy-go-lucky, clownish, impulsive, flighty, and demonstrative.  This lively dog can be a destructive handful during the gawky adolescent stage – which lasts two or three years.  But given sufficient exercise and obedience training to instill good manners, adults gradually become more dignified and aristocratic. The sociable Irish Setter gets along well with everyone, including other pets. Indeed, he requires a good deal of companionship and doesn’t thrive if left alone too much. Though he has a willful streak and is easily distracted by exciting sights and smells (remember, this is a hunting dog!), the Irish Setter is probably the most willing to please of the three setter breeds. You must be both patient and persistent when training setters, but never harsh, because these dogs are physically and emotionally sensitive.

What should you expect if you decide to own Irish Setter:

  • Lovely feathered coat.
  • Lots of exercise and athletic activities.
  • Good-natured with everyone.
  • Providing enough exercise to keep him satisfied.
  • Exuberant jumping, especially when young.
  • Peaceful with other animals.
  • Frequent brushing and combing.
  • Shedding.

IMPORTANT!
Irish Setter gets along well with everyone, including other pets. Indeed, he requires a good deal of companionship and doesn’t thrive if left alone too much.

Australian Shepherd | Adorable Dog Breed
Australian Shepherd | Adorable Dog Breed
Australian Shepherd | Adorable Dog Breed

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#8 – Australian Shepherd

Australian Shepherds are quite variable in temperament. Sometimes are extremely energetic, quick moving, and hyperractive, while others times they tend toward a milder, calmer manner. Also all Australian Shepherds need a great deal of physical exercise and mental stimulation. Herding, advanced obedience, agility, jogging or camping, chasing balls, and playing Frisbee are constructive outlets for their enthusiasm. Usually boredom is the leading cause of destructive behavior and barking. They can be  demanding of of time, they need so much attention too and want to be with you constantly. However they are polite with strangers. There is timidity in some lines, and early socialization is important to avoid shyness or sharpness. Some Australian Shepherds are dominant with other dogs and will chase cats, while others are good-natured with all creatures. They can be one of the most capable breeds in all of dogdom, the Australian Shepherd excels at the highest levels of competition. Even most of them can be more challenging to train than others dog breeds.

What should you expect if you decide to own Australian Shepherd:

  • Has a lovely coat that comes in striking colors.
  • Thrives on vigorous exercise and athletic activities.
  • Is exceptionally versatile – when well-trained, can learn almost anything – one of the smartest of all breeds.
  • Suspiciousness or shyness when not socialized enough.
  • Stubbornness and dominance in some individuals.
  • Chasing and nipping at things that move: children, joggers, other animals, bikes, cars.
  • A goodly amount of shedding.
  • An awful lot of potential health problems.

IMPORTANT!
Providing enough exercise and training to keep his active body and equally active mind satisfied.

Newfoundland | Adorable Dog Breed
Newfoundland | Adorable Dog Breed
Newfoundland | Adorable Dog Breed

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#7 – Newfoundland

Newfoundland are large, strong dog breed from Newfoundland. They were originally used as a working dog to pull nets for fishermen and haul wood from the forest. As capable and hardworking dogs, well suited to work on land or water, strong swimmers and equally strong “pack horses.” Sweet-natured and responsive, that makes them a wonderful family companion as well! To stay fit, a Newfoundlands needs long daily walks. They love to romp in the snow, and pulling a cart or carrying a backpack gives them a purpose in life. Did I mention that Newfoundlands love to swim? Though good-natured, the Newfoundland must learn his manners, but he is not a pushover to train. He has an independent streak. But he does respond well to patient obedience training. Motivate him with praise and food rewards rather than jerking on the leash, for this breed may have a giant body, but his mind and heart are sensitive. Harshness only makes him skittish and distrustful. Females are most willing to please, while males may be more hardheaded.

What should you expect if you decide to own Newfoundland:

  • Usually polite with everyone.
  • Pulling carts and sleds, romping in cold weather, and swimming.
  • Responsive to training in a slow, good-natured way.
  • A very bulky dog who takes up a lot of space in your house and car.
  • A heavy dog who wants to sit on your feet, lie on your lap, and lean his weight against your leg.
  • Rowdiness and exuberant jumping when young.
  • “Separation anxiety” and destructiveness when left alone too much.
  • Some stubbornness and/or dominance problems, especially in males.
  • Heavy shedding
  • Slobbering and drooling.

IMPORTANT!
Fearfulness in some lines, or when not socialized enough.

Poodle | Adorable Dog Breed
Poodle | Adorable Dog Breed
Poodle | Adorable Dog Breed

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#6 – Poodle

Poodles are very impressive dogs, as the many best-in-show winners from this dog breed can attest. Behind the blue ribbons, impressive hairdos, and regal attitude, you’ll find an affectionate family dog with an ancient history and many talents. Most of people have misconceptions about Poodles  that they look and act like “sissy” dogs. That is one of the biggest myths in dogdom. Ignore the silly show-ring clips. Poodles can be clipped into shorthaired, normal looking dogs too who are a snap to brush. They also have the advantage of being the lightest shedding, most hypoallergenic of all coated breeds. Standard Poodles are elegant, energetic athletes who move with a light, springy gait. They excel in advanced obedience competition, where retrieving and jumping skills are required, and in agility competitions, where they fly over and under and through the obstacles with a strength and grace that is breathtaking to watch.

What should you expect if you decide to own Poodle:

  • Short curly coat that is virtually non-shedding.
  • Comes in a variety of colors.
  • Lively and playful.
  • One of the brightest and most attentive of all breeds, such a skilled reader of body language and expression, that he often appears telepathic.
  • Easy to train and housebreak.
  • Usually polite with strangers and sociable with other animals.
  • A careful search to avoid the high-strung lines.
  • Vigorous exercise requirements.
  • Exuberant jumping, romping, and bounding about, especially when young.
  • Clipping the curly coat every six weeks.

IMPORTANT!
Emotional sensitivity to stress, tension, and loud voices.

Collie | Adorable Dog Breed
Collie | Adorable Dog Breed
Collie | Adorable Dog Breed

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#5 – Collie

Collie is a native Scotland Dog Breed, mostly of the Highland regions but also bred in the Scottish Lowlands and northern England, where she was used primarily as a herding dog.  What Collies need most is a great deal of personal attention. Collies become unhappy if we left them for long periods of time without the companionship of people or other pets. Unhappiness can result in chronic barking or destructive chewing. Rough and Smooth Collies have a soft, sweet personality. They are sensitive dogs who do not do well in an environment with frequent tension or loud voices. All Collies are individuals, but in general, Smooth Collies tend to be more athletic and agile and retain more working instincts. Rough Collies, in general, are a bit calmer.

What should you expect if you decide to own Collie:

  • Elegant and graceful, rather than powerful.
  • Sweet-natured and gentle!
  • Makes a good watchdog, but is not aggressive.
  • Polite with strangers and other pets.
  • Needs only moderate exercise.
  • Easy to train.
  • Destructiveness and barking when left alone too much.
  • Shyness or fearfulness in some lines, or when not socialized enough.
  • Chasing things that move (instinctive herding behaviors).
  • Frequent brushing and regular trimming.

IMPORTANT!
Provide sufficient exercise and mental stimulation to prevent them from boredom.

Boston Terrier | Adorable Dog Breed
Boston Terrier | Adorable Dog Breed
Boston Terrier | Adorable Dog Breed

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#4 – Boston Terrier

Boston Terriers have been one of most popular dog breed. They were originally bred to be fighting dogs, but today, they’re gentle, affectionate companions with tuxedo-like markings that earned them the nickname “American Gentleman.” If you are looking for playful  dog Boston Terrier is your perfect fit! Altogether dapper and charming little dog. Playing games and chasing balls are his passions. They are seeking companionship is another, for the Boston always wants to be with his family. His large expressive eyes, attentively cocked head, and snorting and snuffling sounds bring out parental feelings in many people. They are extremely sensitive to his owner’s moods, some Boston Terriers are one-person dogs, with a special affinity for the elderly. But many are outgoing with everyone, and even the ones who are a bit standoffish are polite. Also they are dependable watchdog who will let you know when someone is at the door.

What should you expect if you decide to own Boston Terrier:

  • Usually polite with everyone, including other pets.
  • Typically loves to play games and chase balls.
  • Snorting, snuffling, wheezing, snoring, some slobbering.
  • Gassiness (flatulence).
  • Slowness to housebreak.

IMPORTANT!
Many potential health problems due to his deformities.

Pekingese | Adorable Dog Breed
Pekingese | Adorable Dog Breed
Pekingese | Adorable Dog Breed

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#3 – Pekingese

Pekingese were dogs breed for centuries to be the cherished companions of the imperial family of China. Today they are still cherished family companions and show dogs who greet everyone they meet with dignity and grace.  Pekingese are dignified, supremely confident, and one of the most independent of the toy breeds. Most of time they are calm and quiet indoors, the Peke is content to lie on the sofa cushions much of the time, observing his kingdom with his direct, inscrutable gaze. Yet he will also surprise you with sudden bursts of comic playfulness. Some individuals are more lively than others. Most Pekingese are loyal to their owner without being clingy. They are usually polite with strangers and other animals. This proud, self-possessed dog is a superb choice for an adults-only home, and especially for senior citizens. But we don’t recommend them with children’s, because sometime they can be meekly submit to mischief or rough handling from anyone. Also they may be possessive with their food and toys.

What should you expect if you decide to own Pekingese:

  • One of the most dignified, confident, and independent of the toy breeds.
  • Calm and quiet indoors and doesn’t need much exercise.
  • Polite with strangers and usually accepting of other animals.
  • If he respects you, will be well-mannered without much formal training.
  • Strong-willed mind of his own, requiring a confident owner who can take charge!
  • Snorting, snuffling, wheezing, loud snoring.
  • Slowness to housebreak.
  • Gassiness (flatulence).

IMPORTANT!
They need regular brushing and combing!

Bichon Frisé | Adorable Dog Breed
Bichon Frisé | Adorable Dog Breed
Bichon Frisé | Adorable Dog Breed

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#2 – Bichon Frisé

Bichon Frisé gets along well with children and other animals. Known for its white puffy coat and curious name, the Bichon Frisé is considered an active, easily trained dog. Overall, a wonderful small dog breed for families and individuals alike.  They are peaceful with everyone, including other pets. There is timidity in some lines, so early socialization is important to develop their confidence. Though they have  an independent streak, the Bichon Frise are not a dominant dogs. They responds well to training, though they prefers learning tricks to formal obedience and is especially bright-eyed when food treats are offered as rewards. Harshness only makes them spiteful.

What should you expect if you decide to own Bichon Frisé:

  • Playful, but doesn’t need much outdoor exercise (though he enjoys it!)
  • Makes an alert watchdog, but is not aggressive.
  • Good with other pets.
  • “Separation anxiety” (destructiveness and barking) when left alone too much.
  • Potential for excessive barking.
  • Notorious housebreaking difficulties.

IMPORTANT!
Shyness in some lines, or when not socialized enough.

Pomeranian | Adorable Dog Breed
Pomeranian | Adorable Dog Breed
Pomeranian | Adorable Dog Breed

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#1 – Pomeranian

Pomeranian is an adorable, mellow and gentle dog, but it can sometimes get noisy (just like children). As a matter of fact, if you want a Pomeranian, it is great with kids, just as long as it’s introduced as a puppy.  Despite this, the Pomeranian, which sheds profusely, may not be the best choice for a house with very small children. As you can see, there are many small dogs to suit all tastes and lifestyles it’s all a matter of what you want. However, many small dog breeds are purebreds that have been interbred for hundreds of years, causing various congenital defects. That he is. Vivacious and spirited, bold and brash, the typical Pomeranian thinks he’s “hot stuff.”  This sharp-eyed busybody likes to check out every sight, sound, and activity and tell you what he thinks about it. He is delightfully alive and aware of everything going on around him. Keenly alert to approaching strangers, the Pomeranian makes him a great alarm dog.

What should you expect if you decide to own Pomeranian:

  • Vivacious and spunky, bright and attentive.
  • Usually fine with other pets.
  • Strong-willed mind of his own, requiring a confident owner who can take charge.
  • Regular brushing and combing.
  • Heavy shedding.

IMPORTANT!
Suspicious yappiness toward strangers when not socialized enough.

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