Dog breeds

Section 1: Bison and related breeds

Section 2: Canis

Section 3 : Small Belgian dogs

Section 4 : Naked dogs

Section 5 : Tibetan short-haired dogs

Section 6 : Chihuahua

Section 7 : English Toy Spaniels

Section 8 : Japanese and Pekingese Spaniels

Section 9 : Continental Toy Spaniels

Section 10 : Kromfohrländer

Section 11 : Small section molluscum

The breeds in this group have multiple origins. Some of them are descended from molosser and consequently originate from Asian countries. Others are exotic and for some of them, have only recently appeared. Obviously, their morphology is very diverse, as almost all sizes, proportions and profiles are represented in this group.

Although some of them may have had useful functions in the past, such as hunting, the main function of dogs in this group is now to be a perfect companion. They are generally very attached to their master and readily accept life in confined spaces.

In this ninth group we find.

We asked some kind breeders to make descriptive sheets for each breed. They are not always very objective because breeders are passionate. On the other hand, you will find valuable advice. For advice, contact a Canibest dog trainer.

Bichon Frise
French Bulldog
Cavalier King Charles
Chinese Crested dog
Coton de Touleur
Japanese Spaniel
Continental Toy Spaniel
Spaniel Pekingese
Tibetan Spaniel
Belgian griffon
Belgian Wirehaired Pointer
King Charles Spaniel
Lhasa Apso
Small Brabançon
Small lion dog
Shih Tzu
Boston Terrier
Tibetan Terrier

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