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paw print Four Good Options for Your Next Toy Breed Adoption

If you are looking to add a tiny pup to your home, you might be considering a toy breed adoption. But what toy breed should you choose? There are many options, but let’s look at four toy breeds you might consider for adoption.

First, how about a Chihuahua for your toy breed adoption? These dogs are friendly, loyal and make excellent pets. They come in two varieties: long coat and smooth coat. The Chihuahua makes a particularly good toy breed adoption choice for many people because they can live in a variety of household environments, including small apartments. They are also considered very good traveling companions, so if you travel a lot, you might consider this toy breed for your next adoption.

Another popular toy breed adoption choice is the happy pug. These dogs are known for having a large and dynamic personality wrapped up in their small bodies. They are extremely social and love being around people. Unlike many of the breeds you’ll find as you look into your toy breed adoption choices, the pug is sometimes trouble, getting into mischief at home if you don’t keep him busy. He doesn’t need a big yard, but he does need a good deal of distraction and activity.

You might also consider the Shih Tzu for adoption. These darling dogs are in need of good care and grooming (most owners choose to keep their coat short rather than long), but they are much more independent in play than many of your other toy breed adoption choices. They even enjoy outside activities and while they might not able to walk long distances, they will enjoy whatever distance they get.

Finally, don’t forget the very popular miniature poodle as a possibility for your toy breed adoption. These dogs make great pets, and are one of the most popular dogs in America. They are known to be extremely intelligent and alert but they are also very active. Unlike many toy breeds, they are very trainable and are usually fairly good with children.

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