The endearingly scruffy Norfolk Terrier is lapdog-sized but bold and big-hearted.
Few dogs, large or small, are so striking in appearance (and regal in bearing) as the Pekingese, the “Lion Dog” of China whose aristocratic roots go back thousands of years.
The fancy-coated Lhasa Apso is prim in appearance, confident and even haughty in character: a spirited, charismatic dog of royal bearing.
The luxuriously coated Havanese, the national dog of Cuba, ranks today among the top 25 or so most popular breeds in the United States
The Dandie Dinmont dog breed makes a fabulous city, suburb, or countryside companion – well-mannered, sturdy, and alert.
From family households to therapy programs the charismatic and merry Coton de Tuléar is pretty much impossible to dislike.
The Cockapoo combines the sweetness of the Cocker and the keen intelligence (and hypoallergenic coat) of the Poodle.
The American Cocker Spaniel is a sweet-natured, doe-eyed pooch, cherished for its small size, luxuriant coat, and gentle, eager-to-please disposition.
The Cairn Terrier dog is a small but tough ruff-faced pooch who exudes personality and makes a wonderful companion.
The Brussels Griffon dog has a personality to match its irresistibly cute squashed-in face and is confident and affectionate.
The Bedlington serves as the faithful, friendly, and boisterous household buddy of a relatively small but partisan share of everyday dog-owners.
Here are some tips on what you should do if your dog starts limping, whether or not they show any signs of being in pain.