Their royal palace dog heritage appears in these sweeties. Though energetic and charming, they prefer to curl up in your lap rather than play outside.
Papillons are named for their large, flying ears, which can be seen from a mile away. These dogs are friendly, alert, and joyful.
The Bichon Frise may be the prettiest walking snowball. They're versatile and good with other dogs and kids, making them good city dogs.
These fluffy lightweights' large, bold personality compensate for their diminutive size. Pomeranians are smart and alert, making training them easy. Poms are scared by small children's abrupt movements but flourish with older kids.
The little yet strong Cairn terrier was originally designed to hunt foxes and other small game in Scotland. These brave dogs are vigilant and want family life.
The Pekingese is another palace-bred dog. This dog has a lion-like mane. Pekingese dogs are friendly and can live with kids, but they don't roughhouse.
The “Royal Dog of Madagascar” is the Coton de Tulear. Soft, cotton-like coats and vibrant, playful personality make these pups popular.
The Maltese, often known as the "Ancient Dog of Malta," has a stunning long white coat. These dogs are adaptive and good watchdogs.
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