Dirtiest Dog Breed

A tiny dog with the heart of a lion, the teacup Shih Tzu is cute, undemanding, and loves to cuddle, making them an ideal choice for anyone looking for a constant companion. 

Active, playful, and sweet-tempered, the teacup Pomeranian usually weighs between three to seven pounds (1.3kgs - 3.1kgs) and can live to up to 15 years.  

With warm eyes that reflect their beautiful personalities and a contagious love of life, the pint-sized version of the standard Beagle tip the scales anywhere between seven and 15 pounds (3.1kgs - 6.8kgs) and will grow to around 12 inches (30cms). 

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The teacup version is ideal for first-time pet parents as they’re quick learners which makes them a breeze to train and they’re also incredibly loving and affectionate, so expect plenty of cuddles. 

The Maltese does it again, this time partnering up with the Yorkshire Terrier to create the utterly adorable Morkie, a curious, independent and excitable little bundle of fur that’s highly sociable and full of sass. 

Already the smallest dog breed in the world, the teacup Chihuahua takes being pint-sized to a whole new level. Lovers of the limelight, this breed may be highly social but they’re also loyal and will devote themselves fully to their owner. 

These are by far the best pork tacos we've had—and we've tried plenty. Make the mango salsa from scratch if you have time! Yum. 

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