Pugs are attention seekers, and if you dare to get distracted by something else, they’ll go out of their way to make sure you see they’re right there waiting for you. Also, pugs love to repeat actions to receive praise.
2. Siberian Husky
With a vocal range that is capable of groans, wails, barks, and howls, Huskies are definitely the most talkative breed who aren’t shy about sharing their emotions. Unlike many breeds who are quite stoic when they’re hurt, they will give you a shriek worthy of a banshee when stepped on.
Corgis like to climb to high places to complement their shortness and you can always find them on the back of the sofa or in the middle of the kitchen table. They want to be part of the family and would bark excessively while giving sad looks if they feel lonely.
If you’ve ever gone on a walk with a beagle, then you know that they love to stop at every single tree for a sniff. Beagles can also be frustratingly stubborn and determined to get what they want, especially when it happens to be a tasty treat.
Perhaps when you’re very small, everything seems like a big deal. These pint-sized pups have been known to shriek, scream, bark, growl, and snap when they feel frightened or defensive.
With an Einstein brain and a Three Stooges sense of humor, the Poodle keeps his human entertained. He could use a deck and a couple of bricks to climb to the top of the fence and jump down to the driveway just for his human to chase him.
7. Bassett Hounds
Remember what we told you about the Beagle? Multiple that about ten-fold. Basset Hounds a mind of their own and training isn’t generally something they’ll sit still for without a meeting of the minds.
Small in size but big in personality, Yorkies are often called the “the tomboy toy.” They would spend much time trotting around checking things out and are prone to chasing birds and butterflies.
Dachshunds are one of the most vocal dog breeds, often barking about nothing at all. Also, they are very stubborn, and they will go to great lengths to loudly express their displeasure if they don’t like your company.
10. Shih Tzus
The Shih Tzu is an affectionate dog breed who loves nothing but to follow his human from room to room. When friends and family arrive at your doorstep, the Shih Tzu thinks they’re visiting him, not you, following them around to curl up on their lap.
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