As ants have Queens and as humans have leaders, so does the adorable, playful and tiny little group of toy dogs has a "Queen" in the form of the Miniature Pinscher. "Queen of Toy Dogs" is what the world knows this dog for and ZwergPinscher meaning Dwarf Terrier in its country of origin, Germany. This dog looks exactly like a tiny Doberman only it came to the world first before its enormous counterpart.|
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The Bull Terrier or also known as the English Terrier is a breed of dog that originated from England. In Africa, people call this breed the Varkhond meaning pig dog and this is due to the fact that the Bull Terrier's head and eyes resemble that of a pig. Another theory is that during the time of bush-pig and warthog hunting in South Africa, Bull Terriers were mostly used as companions.
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The Shih Poo dog is a hybrid that resulted from intermixing the Shih Tzu and Toy Poodle. Although this breed is already popular, the kennel clubs still don't recognize it as an official breed. Because of this, the Shih Poo has no breed standard and so every appearance and disposition is accepted by the community.

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A Lhasa Apso dog is a wonderful companion and certainly an extremely important member of the family. They give unconditional love and expect nothing in return but your love and attention. We can certainly learn a lot from our dogs can't we?
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Dogs are surprisingly complex creatures. Estimates about the number of breeds are as high as 800 in Western countries alone. Even given the fact that the difference from one breed to another can be carried to absurd extremes, the variety is astonishing from a human perspective, who have, perhaps, only a dozen 'breeds'.

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When you hear the name French Bulldog, you can't help but assume that it originated from France. But the truth is, this dog was primarily developed in England as a miniature English Bulldog. When this breed reached France, the French raved all over this breed that it was named the French Bulldog.
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