They say it’s not about the size of the dog in the fight but the size of the fight in the dog, yet none of the dogs we are about to talked about are known for their fighting. Still, it seems that the smaller the dog the more aggressive it is, or at least that’s how the stereotype goes.
It wasn’t long ago that we talked about the largest dog breeds in the world but what is the smallest dog in the world today? The answer isn’t simple, as there are more than a few dog breeds who can rightfully be labeled as small, each with its own unique characteristics. Without further ado, here are the ten smallest dog breeds in the world, dogs that have been purposely bred to be excellent companions seeing how they lack the stature to be used for anything else.
The Yorkshire Terrier is one of the smallest dog breeds in the world, they’re extremely cute, and they a great personality. For some reason, however, they don’t seem to get along well with other dogs. Still, Yorkshire Terriers are caring, dependable, and extremely very sociable, making them a perfect fit for someone looking to buy a small pet. As an adult, a Yorkshire Terrier can reach a maximum weight of seven pounds, meaning that they are very easy to look after.