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TOP 5 list of purse dogs for women

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Baltic news, News from Latvia, BNN.LV, BNN-NEWS.COM, BNN-NEWS.RUPurse dogs are very small and many are rather fragile. This is why owners should explain to their children that no matter how small an animal may be, it is not a toy! To make these small dogs great companions, they have to be trained carefully from an early age. To further celebrate the International Women’s Day, BNN offers a TOP 5 list of purse dogs:

Brave Yorkshire Terrier

A beautiful dog that has steel-blue coloured fur on its body and tail and golden red fur on its head. The Yorkshire Terrier is not only a marvellous purse dog, but also an energetic, brave and persistent guard that looks at strangers with suspicion. Because this dog is rather small, it is perfect for being kept in an apartment. The owner can easily take it with her everywhere she goes. By getting yourself a Yorkshire Terrier, you will gain a lovable, playful and reliable friend!

The temperamental Chihuahua

It is the smallest dog in the world. But it is hardly a cowardly canine. Chihuahuas are very brave dogs. They should be trained from birth to be friendly and social. These dogs are perfect to be held in the lap. They can easily help relieve stress. This little, lively and energetic dog is guaranteed to make people smile. This dog will bring its owner many moments of happiness and love. An invaluable companion and friend!

Energetic Russian Toy Terrier

Looks can be deceiving – this applies to the Russian Toy Terrier as well. It looks fragile because of its long legs and thin bones. However, this dog is surprisingly energetic and durable. It is ideal for ladies who enjoy spending active time outside. Russian Toy Terriers are like humans – character traits differ between genders. They can be lovable and caring or behave like little devils. Days are never dull with Russian Toy Terriers around!

Fluffy Pomeranian

The charm and beauty of this fluffy creature is surpassed only with its sharp mind and loyalty to its owner. Pomeranians make great companions – they are playful with children and calm in the evenings to make sure the owner can get some sleep. Women will definitely find this dog’s desire to carry items very useful. Thick fur, playful character, clever eyes and lovable smile – those are the secrets behind the Pomeranian’s charm.

Maltese Silky Terrier – a white lovable cloud

Personality – peaceful, lovable and friendly. Appearance – not unlike a cloud. This little dog is loved by women, likely because of its love for humans. The phrase ‘beauty requires sacrifice’ applies to women and the Maltese Silky Terrier. Its fluffy fur requires regular care – wash and brush often!

To find out more about these dog breeds or buy puppies, come to the PetExpo 2016 exhibition at Kipsala International Exhibition Centre on 19-20 March. 28 dog clubs will be taking part in this exhibition.

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