Tiny small and hairless

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Specifically, the best, cutest, fluffiest tiny dog breeds. Small things are inherently adorable. Please see: babies, teacup pigs, and Ariana Grande as evidence. But more important, little dogs are way less trouble than their bigger relatives.

50 Best Small Dog Breeds

20 Tiny Dogs That Stay Small Forever: World's Smallest Breeds

Small dog breeds sometimes get a bad rap as being "yappy," hyperactive and harder to train, but as with any stereotype, that's not necessarily the case. Sure, the various types of small dogs even toy breeds pack a lot of personality into a little body. However, these tiny dogs are faithful companions with a lot of heart and have a loving disposition with adults and children alike. These cute, small dogs can be happy in any space, from a large home to a modest studio apartment, and they tend to live longer than their larger counterparts from 12 to 20 years. But don't lump them all in one small box. The following small dog breeds have some striking differences between each of their personalities. The Chihuahua hails from Central or South America and is a descendant of a dog known as the Techichi.

Small Dogs That Don’t Shed

The Chinese Crested Dog is a hairless breed of dog. Like most hairless dog breeds, the Chinese Crested Dog comes in two varieties, with and without hair, which can be born in the same litter: the Powderpuff and the Hairless. At first look, the Hairless and Powderpuff varieties of Chinese Crested Dogs appear to be two different breeds, but hairlessness is an incomplete dominant trait within a single breed.
One of the most notable traits about dogs is their fur or hair. Whether they have curly, straight, dense, or thin fur, it helps them stand out. But there also are several hairless dog breeds that stand out in their own way. These relatively rare dog breeds carry genes that cause them to be completely hairless or have very little hair on their bodies. Some of these breeds are closely related, while others have a more distinct origin.