Loyal, curious and endlessly amusing, the Affenpinscher is a lovable lapdog who is always good for a laugh. These tiny, tenacious little pups don’t seem to realize how small they really are. They are feisty, full of life and have the stamina to keep work and play for hours on end.
Affenpinschers are intelligent, wiry-haired dogs bred to be the perfect companion dog. Affenpinschers are considered a rare breed and are unique in many ways. This is a breed that combines clownlike charm with a bold, courageous, and intelligent personality that never ceases to astound.
Sturdy, adaptable, and alert, the Affenpinscher is a fearless watchdog who adapts well to most living situations. They are not loud, but they are excitable. They are easy to groom, and easy to train, but require frequent socialization to learn how to behave around strangers and other dogs.
Affenpinschers need an owner who is firm, fair, consistent, and active. Take the time to teach your Affenpinscher how to behave, and you will have a brave and loving companion for years to come.
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Brussels Griffon is a small-sized breed with a big personality and human-like eyes. This breed was originally bred to hunt rats. They are very active and have a high energy level, so they require lots of exercises. It’s a very intelligent breed, but it tends to be stubborn, and therefore early training and socialization are very important with lots of patience. This breed is ideal for those pet parents who want a small but energetic dog. They can be very noisy if they are left alone for long periods of time.
Cairn Terrier originally descended from Scotland such as all the other terrier breeds, and this specific one was bred more than 200 years ago. You may recognize the Cairn Terrier as Toto from the movie, The Wizard of Oz. This breed is very intelligent and curious, but just like all the other terriers, it tends to be independent-minded, tough, but still a great watchdog. Cairn is the happiest when they can hang around their humans. Don’t leave your Cairn alone for a long time because he might become destructive. This breed has a high energy level, loves digging, chasing, and barking. Cairn Terriers love kids and are highly tolerant of them. With early socialization and training, they are very respectful of other animals. Cairn Terrier’s size is about 9 to 11 inches, and he weighs about 14 pounds.