My husband claims there is a teacup dog. But I have found many books and websites that source the smallest dog as a chihuahua. I only know this because I researched it for a hub.
Guiness says it's the chihuahua but Maltese terrier pups are known to "grow" as big (or as small) as a soda in can
do what I did, go and look it up on wiki and get the answer yourself
by hubpoint 6 years ago
How small are hummingbirds?
by Alexisjackson 6 years ago
How would I go about helping his behavior without spending lots of money. I'm terrified for him to go near my baby but my husband loves this dog. I don't want to give up on him but my husband isn't trying to teach him or fix his behavior and I'm getting to the point to where I want to get rid of...
by Nettlemere 5 years ago
What have you dressed your dog up in for fun?I don't normally dress up my dogs for fun, but couldn't resist trying two pairs of wellington boots on Grey Lady below.
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