The top toy dog breeds include most of the very small, cute and miniature lap-dogs and some apartment sized companion dog breeds. Toy dogs play a important role in the lives of those who live alone. Presence of toy dog can have positive effects on their health.
This breed make popular companion for people who live in cities and soon become used to of apartment life. These Toy-dogs do not trust strangers and are great watchdogs. They do not need much walking or exercise and can stay content with what they can do indoors. By virtue of this of their nature, they make good traveling companions and are allowed just about everywhere. Certainly this breed is not good against housebreak but are to dwell with in apartment life.
If your Toy dog is not well trained even past 3 months then you should call a professional. Do not leave them with Toddlers and small children as if their toys, they (dogs) may bite them in self-defense. According to the American Kennel Club 2005 registrations, the top Toy dog breeds in US are:
Yorkshire Terrier, Poodle (Toy), Shih Tzu, Chihuahua, Pug, Pomeranian, Maltese, Miniature Pinscher, Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, and Papillon
The Yorkie has been labeled as the second most famous toy dog breed in the US in 2005. This rugged Toy is famous because of its admirable attributes. Toy Poodles size less than 11 inches at shoulder height, they are often more sensitive, more active, louder and less confident than the Standard breeds. Shih Tzu is known for its sturdiest and most strong of the toy breed.
The Chihuahua is one of the littlest of all toy breeds. This dog is intelligent, attractive, loving and honest to its owner. Likewise, Pug is also a sturdy little dog which is most popular for being larger in the toy breeds. Pomeranians, aka "Poms" are among the smallest Toy breeds. They are liked by kids for their lively, animated and playful nature.
Similar all above mentioned breeds have their own specialty and limitations. You can find out detailed guide about the top toy dog breeds free of cost online.
Source by Steve Hope