1. Bichon Frise
Loveful, affectionate, and a bit of a troublemaker The Bichon Frise is full of personality that she can give to everyone around her.
They have many traits of a toy poodle and are characterized by their soft, frizzy coats and cute faces. They are Bichon has been described as loving charming, playful, and kind. They are a constant companion and are not a fan of being to themselves for extended periods of time.
2. Coton De Tulear
Cotons might appear to have a soft and fluffy appearance However, they’re more of Velcro since they’ll stay by your side no matter where you go. The reason for this is that the only thing that this dog would like to do is remain by your side.
Cotons are renowned for their gentle and tranquil manner of living, but they are also known for their intelligence. They are incredibly adaptable to your lifestyle, so long as you are able to accommodate the curious animal that follows your every move.
Based on what you could have derived from the name the Cockapoo is an amalgamation of the Cocker Spaniel and the Poodle and has the most desirable traits of each.
They’re exceptionally smart and sweet, making their training easy and great to any family.
Havanese are the most loving of them all. They’re completely in love with you.
This is the definition of a lapdog since they’re always by your side, and searching for an inviting spot to rest throughout the day.
They’re very capable of adapting to your needs However, Havanese dislike being left to their own devices and can make noise and howl when you’re away, which can make them difficult to live with. They can be extremely shy However, initial training, as well as socialization, could reduce their fear.
A Pekingese is a breed that is unique that comes from ancient China However, what makes them distinctive is their coat which can be made into a variety of extravagant styles.
Pekingese are notoriously determined and independent. They tend to come up with their own rules in the course. Barking, potty training, or any kind of training will require patience and perseverance. In this regard, the Pekingese is not the ideal choice for households with small dogs, kids, or first-time owners.
6. Lhasa Apso
Lhasa Apso Lhasa Apso was used to guard the palaces of the royal family in Tibet and continues to carry the proud responsibility until this day.
They are extremely independent dogs who take the duty of protection extremely seriously. They can therefore be extremely rude to strangers, but they are incredibly loyal to their families.
It is a strong-headed dog that requires consistent instruction from a strong leader to train the Lhasa to listen. Because of their protective nature, they need to be exposed to an early introduction to socialization. Even with their thick coats, they don’t shed.
An overly confident troublemaker (but it’s all great fun) The Pomeranian is the main character in their own television show.
They are self-confident and curious. They also love being treated as princes (or princesses).
Poms make a great companion to take on adventures with since they love having fun following your every move and really enjoy the new adventures. Keep in mind that the poms are sensitive to temperature and require to cool off periodically frequently.
Their fluffy coat requires regular maintenance and brushing and they shed an incredible quantity of hair, for a tiny creature.
8. Shih Tzu
A Shih Tzu’s primary objective in life is to laugh at you and usually, they succeed.
Their curious, fun, and adorable characteristics are what make these dogs the perfect class clowns. The breed was originally developed to be companions, which is evident in their positive disposition. This is what makes this breed of Shih Tzu perfectly compatible with your lifestyle.
However, these dogs are often very excited as well as full of life therefore, a walk, playtime, or even a Shih Tzu partner can help to burn off the exuberant energy.
9. Toy Poodle
You’ve probably been told that Poodles are extremely intelligent and smart, and the toy version isn’t any different.
Training with a Poodle is a total pleasure and makes them a great fit with your family.
However, despite all their ability, they are impatient in other areas including barking or causing destruction. They’re notoriously loud and will bark at any time that piques their curiosity. Regular exercise, training, and mental stimulation will reduce bad behavior and keep your pet happy.
10. Yorkshire Terrier
Yorkies are the main character in their very own TV show and they are aware of who they are.
They love to display the personality of their owners and show off and are often hilarious and fun whenever the mood strikes. However, they may be selective about who can be to be around them and are often rude towards strangers or children.
Also, these dogs have prey drive, meaning that any noise or animal can trigger the middle of a barking (or running) excitement.
While they may be quite a bit of a nuisance, they also have plenty of affection for their pet owners. But be aware that there are times when they are surrounded by love, there is jealousy.