Toy Group Breeds

Bred as companion dogs, the Toy Group are small in stature but often big in personality. Toy Group Breeds include Yorkies, Havanese, and the Maltese.

Yorkshire Terrier Information

Yorkshire Terrier

Also known as a Yorkie, the Yorkshire Terrier is a true and loyal companion. Described as having an air of importance, they are fond of attention.

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Pug Information


Originating from China and brought to Europe in the sixteenth century, the Pug is best known for its wrinkly, short-muzzled face.

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Shih Tzu Information

Shih Tzu

Small, sturdy, and intelligent, the Shih Tzu is the least delicate of the toy breeds. The Shih Tzu is first and foremost a companion.

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A compact and active toy breed, the Pomeranian is lively and eager to learn. They are confident, commanding, and outgoing.

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Papillon Information


Papillons are named for their distinctive ears shaped like butterfly wings. The word papillon is French for “butterfly.”

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Pekingese Information


Commonly referred to as “The Peke,” the Pekingese is a small, well-balanced breed. They display dignity and bravery.

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Miniature Pinscher Information

Miniature Pinscher

Loyal, alert, and playful, the Miniature Pinscher is eager to learn and does well around children. Exercise is very important for this breed.

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Maltese Information


The Maltese display a graceful and regal demeanor, exuding great joy and delight. This endearing breed is bright, loving, and a deeply devoted companion. The Maltese is gentle, trusting, and obedient. Maltese Exercise The Maltese loves to be social, so a play date at the park is always welcomed. Maltese Training Crate training is recommended

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