Cute dog breeds small
Videos, pictures, and descriptions of the best cute small white dogs; they are clean, wont leave hairs in your dinner, and match the carpet! Perfect.
Are you looking for the perfect small accessory? A small white dog can make a great pet, match the carpet (sometimes), and when she sheds you might not even notice her hair in your pasta.
So what are the five best small white dog breeds, anyway?
White Miniature Schnauzer
Hundreds of women have told me that they like my white mustache. Well, actually not even one. If I had a white beard to go with it, like the Miniature Schnauzer, I would probably be a lot more popular. It works for this little dog—they are cute.
Miniature Schnauzers aren´t the smallest on the list, since they usually weigh between 5 and 9 kilos (11 to 20 pounds), but they are pretty small and are a small house, or for anyone that is looking for a dog big enough to put his feet up on and small enough to sleep under the bed.
They, and make great watch dogs since they like to bark A LOT. Good around the house with family and kids, they are also great dogs for sports like agility. They can have some serious health problems (like diabetes and ), however, and should be taken to the vet for regular check-ups.
Most Miniature Schnauzers are sold with salt and pepper coats. Do you know they are also white? The American Kennel Club does not accept them in dog shows but they can be registered like all other Miniature Schnauzers.
White Miniature Schnauzers are not accepted by some kennel clubs because they think the color is due to crossing with another breed. Since the breed was developed by crossing Schnauzers with smaller dogs, what does it matter?
Are there any pure dogs? Almost all dogs, and all humans for that matter, were crossed at one point or another.
It doesn’t really matter, anyway. The Miniature Schnauzer is small, white, and a great companion.
What more could you want? Barking is available at no extra charge.
West Highland White Terrier
No, not all small white dogs bark constantly. Yes, this breed does bark a lot. They are terriers, and they see it as part of their job. They bark when they are acting as small watch dogs, they bark when they chase toys, they bark when they run around the garden digging, and they bark when they play with kids!
They are great with kids that treat them with respect.
This is another of the white breeds that . They only weigh 6 to 8 kilos (12-17 pounds), do well around the house as long as they are exercised, and are fun and challenging to train.