Dog Breeds That Gained Popularity

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Chinese Crested

It is believed that Chinese cresteds descended from smaller hairless African dogs that were bred down in size in China.

Lhasa Apso

For more than a thousand years, Lhasa Apso dogs have guarded castles and Buddhist monasteries in the Himalayas.

Scottish terrier

Scottish terriers, often known as "the diehard," are reserved and cranky dogs that make better guard dogs than companion pets.


A papillon is a wonderful house pet since it doesn't need much in the way of special care.

Shiba inu

Shiba Inus, the most well-liked Japanese dog breed, only made their way to the United States sixty years ago.

Bichon frise

Frises are friendly, social dogs that don't bother anyone with their allergies. The breed is well known for its colorful character.


Their long, white coats need to be brushed every day, they are prone to dental problems, and they can be difficult to teach due to their headstrong personalities..


Chihuahuas have likely been around for ages, as depictions of the small dogs may be found on the artefacts of multiple vanished cultures.


Pugs are another old breed, and they were favourites of the Chinese emperors and the House of Orange in Holland.


Pomeranians are known for being wonderful pets since they are friendly, playful, and smart. Queen Victoria favoured these small, fluffy dogs.

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