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It’s so fluffy! Here’s a quick picture guide of the ​top small, medium, and big​ fluffy dog breeds, along with some breed info to help you get started with your perfect fuzzy companion. 

​Grooming Can Make All The Difference

​With ​most breeds, the best way to maximize ​your dog’s fluffiness is ​simply done with proper grooming and maintenance. Most often this means growing their coat out, and keeping up with ​daily brushing to fluff out their coat. A good slicker brush will actually increase the fluffy look by separating individual hairs, while removing mats and tangles. 

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​Small Fluffy Dogs

1. Bichon Frise

​Cheerful, loving, and a little trouble maker, the Bichon Frise has plenty of personality to share with everyone around her.

They share a lot of characteristics of a toy poodle, with their soft frizzy coat and toy face. The Bichon is described as affectionate, silly, and gentle. They prefer to be your full-time companion, so they do not like being left alone for long periods of time.

​Bichon’s can be grown out and trimmed in a teddy bear or breed trim in order to achieve that white fluffy coat. Discover more curly haired dogs here.

2. Coton De Tulear

Coton-De-Tulear

​Cotons may have a soft and fluffy appeal, but they’re more like Velcro, because they’ll be stuck to your side wherever you go. That’s because the only thing this dog wants is to be at your side.

Cotons are known for their sweet and calm demeanor, but also for being quite intelligent. This makes them incredibly flexible to your routine, as long as your can accommodate this curious creature following you around all day.

3. Cockapoo

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​As you may have derived from the name, the Cockapoo is a cross between a Cocker Spaniel and a Poodle, and share the best traits from each.

They’re incredibly intelligent and sweet, making them easy to train and a ​welcome fit for any family.

Their ability to find joy in any situation​ is contagious, and it’s hard not to laugh at their silly behavior. And that thick furry coat? It’ll need some daily brushing and the occasional bath, but isn’t terribly difficult to maintain. 

4. Havanese

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​Havanese have the biggest heart of all, and they’re absolutely in love with you.

This is the epitome of a lapdog as they’re glued to your side and looking for a warm spot to nap at all times.

​They’re quite adaptable to your lifestyle, ​but Havanese do not like being left alone and may bark and howl while you’re gone, which may make them difficult apartment dogs. They can be overly timid, but some early training and socialization can help curb their anxiety.

​5. Pekingese

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The Pekingese is a unique breed originating from ancient China, but even more unique is their soft coat which can be molded into all sorts of ​lavish fashions. ​

​Pekingese can be very stubborn and independent, and they ​tend to make up their own rules as they go. Potty training, barking, or training in general are going to require a lot of patience and ​persistence. ​With that in mind, the Pekingese are not well suited for families with small children, other dogs, or first time ​owners.  

​6. ​Lhasa Apso

The Lhasa Apso was once used to guard royal palaces in Tibet, and still carry that proud duty to this day.

These are very independent dogs that take the position of protecting very seriously. Therefore, t​hey can be very unkind to strangers, while fiercely loyal to their family.

​This is a strong-headed breed, and it takes consistent training from a strong leader for the Lhasa to take heed. Because of their protective nature they absolutely must have early socialization. Despite their thick coat, these dogs don’t actually shed. 

7. Pomeranian

Pomeranian

A sometimes overly confident trouble-maker (but it’s all in good fun) the Pomeranian is the star of their own show.

They can be described as confident, curious, and enjoy being treated like a prince (or princess).

​Poms are a perfect accomplice to go on adventures with, as they enjoy spending their days following you around and genuinely enjoy new experiences. Just keep in mind they’re sensitive to heat and need to cool off every so often. 

Their fluffy coat needs daily maintenance and brushing, and they can shed an impressive amount of hair for a small critter. 

8. Shih Tzu

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​A Shih Tzu’s main goal in life is to make you laugh, and they’ll usually succeed.

Their curious, playful, and lovable ​attributes make them the class clown. These dogs were ​originally bred for companionship which ​becomes quickly obvious with their good natured attitude. All this together makes the Shih Tzu perfectly compatible with your lifestyle.

​However, these pups can be quite excitable and full of energy, so playtime, walks, or even another Shih Tzu companion can help burn off that excess excitement.

​9. Toy Poodle

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​You might have already heard that Poodles are incredibly intelligent, and the toy version is no different.

Training ​a Poodle is an absolute joy, and that makes them quite compatible with your family.

But with all that intelligence they can be quite stubborn in other areas, such as barking or being destructive. They’re known to be quite noisy, and bark at whatever peaks their interest. Daily training, exercise, and mental stimulation will help curb bad behaviors and keep your ​little friend content. ​

10. Yorkshire Terrier

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​Yorkies are that star of their own show, and they know it.

They love to show off their personality and sass, and can be quite silly and entertaining when the mood strikes. However, ​they can be ​finicky with who is allowed around their owners, and can be unkind to strangers or children.

They also have a very high prey drive, so any little noise or critter can set these dogs into a barking (or chasing) frenzy. 

​While they can certainly be a handful, they have no shortage of love for their owners. Just be aware that sometimes with all that love comes jealousy.

Medium Fluffy Dogs

1. American Eskimo

​Intelligent, affectionate, and excited for life – the American Eskimo is a perfect family dog.

These are ​energetic and curious dogs that are seeking new daily challenges, so they need you to give them physical and mental stimulation. With all that energy and brains you don’t want these dogs getting bored, or they may result to destructive behavior.

​Furthermore, Eskies are considered “Velcro” dogs, and they’ll be stuck to you for the entire day, following you around the house like a curious shadow. These are not dogs you can leave alone for any long period of time.

2. Barbet

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While technically a Curly Haired Breed, the Barbet can certainly fall into the ‘fluffy’ category as well.

This is a medium sized breed that is full of love and silliness. Their friendliness combined with intellect means they absolutely excel in training and agility. Their aim is to please their owners.

The Barbet are a working breed, and they need an outlet or a “job” to keep them busy. Otherwise this dog tends to get bored and destructive.

3. Chow Chow

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​The “floofiest” of all the breeds, the Chow Chow has an unmistakable adorable look.

But these dogs may be anything but cuddly, as they’re known to have a very independent spirit. They’ll often be suspicious of strangers and other ​animals, and are known to be very protective.

With early training and socialization your Chow Chow will learn to accept children​ and strangers. But without that early training this dog’s patience will wear thin. Therefore, ​if you adopt an older Chow Chow it’s recommended for older families and experienced owners / trainers.

4. ​Finnish Lapphund

Finnish-lapphund

​These cute fuzzballs are actually a hard working herding breed originating from Lapland, Finland (hence the name).

But the Lapphund has since retired from reindeer herding into a more comfortable lifestyle of being close to family and friends.

These are ​incredibly friendly companions, and combined with their desire to please they excel in obedience and agility. However, they do require a lot of exercise and have a strong barking instinct, not to mention they can shed an impressive amount of fur. 

5. Keeshond

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This dog loves nothing more than to spend time with his family and loved ones.

In fact, the Keeshond is a highly social animal, and cannot be left alone at any time. That will become very apparent as they “Velcro” onto you and follow you everywhere. And that thick coat needs love too, as you’ll assume the roll of a full time brusher to control the heavy amounts of shedding.

Keeshonds can be a mouthy breed, and although they have the best intentions, they do tend to bark and yell frequently. 

​6. Shetland Sheepdog

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​”Shelties” have a long history of herding and working with farmers, making them incredibly hard working and fiercely intelligent companions.

It’s no wonder these dogs can always be found in the agility and obedience rings. They also have endless love for their family, and want to please their owners at every turn. ​

Sheltie herding instincts are still prevalent today, and they’ll have a strong desire to bark and herd whenever the situation presents itself. A lot of exercise and mental stimulation is required to keep them happy and calm.

Big Fluffy Dogs

​1. Australian Shepherd

​”Aussies” are quite literally ​party animals. They have seemingly endless amounts of energy, and are always up for a good time.

Their active lifestyle can be attributed to being a working breed, and they still have all their herding instincts.  

That means you can’t miss a day of exercise (rain or shine) and a simple walk won’t be enough, these dogs ​need to run.

There is nothing more destructive than a bored Aussie that didn’t get their run. To get the most fluff out of Aussie coats you’ll need a good brush.

2. ​Bernese Mountain Dog

​Bernese are big, silly, and lovable dogs that want to spend all their time with your family.

While still considered a working breed, the Berner is much more adaptable to a calm lifestyle, and eager to please their owners.

Their intelligence mixed with their desire to learn makes them very trainable, and they’ll ​fit in to your family routine quickly. 

​The only difficult part of owning a Berner is their size, which often exceeds 100 pounds. Sometimes they just don’t realize just how big they are and their silly behavior leads to accidents, but it’s all in good fun.

3. Bearded Collie

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​Bearded Collies are known for being quite active, intelligent, and happy! But they can often be a little too smart for their own good, and when bored they’ll go looking for trouble.

Often times this bad behavior can be curbed with a lot of exercise and mental stimulation, this is a ​working breed after all. In fact, Collies excel at obedience, agility, and rally and a perfect solution for owners to keep up with their canine’s active lifestyle.

​4. Bouvier des Flandres

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​Powerful and fearless, the Bouvier is a true athlete among dogs. They were originally bred as herding and working dogs on farms.

They are big and powerful, sometimes weighing up to 100 pounds, yet they can haul that weight around no problem with their fast legs. Daily exercise is absolutely necessary to keep this big guy content.

Despite their “tough-guy” attitude, they are truly gentle and affectionate creatures with their loved ones and are great with children, but wary of strangers and other dogs.

5. ​​Eurasier

Eurasier

These are a unique breed originating in Germany, but are slowly gaining popularity.

The Eurasier is described as curious, ​calm, intelligent, and affectionate. While rarely aggressive, they are quite suspicious of strangers and ​new dogs – but some early socialization can help curb their shyness. 

​Eurasier’s are in love with their owners, and their intelligence makes them easy to train. Not to mention they aren’t overly active, so their calm demeanor makes them an excellent family ​pet. That coat needs some extra love however, since Eurasier’s are heavy-duty shedders.

​6. Great Pyrenees

Great-Pyrenees

​The word “Great” in Great Pyrenees is no exaggeration; not only are these dogs beautiful, strong, ​and majestic, but are also physically great, standing 30+ inches tall and often exceeding 100 pounds.

Pyrenees were once used in mountains to guard sheep, so they can often be very stubborn and independent (as is their nature). However, they’re also known for their calm demeanor and ​devotion to family, which can lead to being very protective. 

​7. ​Leonberger

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​Leonbergers are giant, silly dogs with all sorts of personality, and they’re always looking for the next bit of trouble.

With all that size and energy they can certainly be a handful, and their goofy attitude might test your patience with training. The good news is they make up for it with their hilarious antics and endless affection for their family.

Despite their comedic tendencies ​Leonbergers are quite intelligent, and with a plenty of training and exercise these dogs can excel in competitions, and become a well trained family companion. 

8. ​Malamute

Malamute

​The Alaskan Malamute is a strong working breed often used for sledding, hiking, and backpacking through the rough arctic ​terrain. They are the very definition of a big fluffy dog.

​Because of their tendency to pull, dig, chase, and shed – these dogs are a handful in a family home. They’re very independent and it takes years of training to ​overcome their stubbornness. With that being said, this dog isn’t recommended for first time owners. 

With great fluff comes great shedding, in which case you may want the best brush to control shedding.

​9. Newfoundland

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“Newfies” are 150+ pounds of love, and ready to be a big part of your family.

They are extremely loyal, calm, and are often touted as being a “gentle giant”.  In fact, the only challenge to owning a Newfoundland is their sheer size, which also contributes to an incredible amount of drooling and shedding.

Given their temperament and strength, these are multi-talented working dogs, and are even used for rescue missions, human therapy, or to haul equipment in harsh terrains. 

​10. ​Old English Sheepdog

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​There’s no mistaking this thick shaggy coat, and just like the name states, this dog was used for herding sheep back in the day.

Although still a working breed, these dogs a quite content to live a more comfortable lifestyle. They’re affectionate, enthusiastic, and fiercely intelligent dogs. Mix all that with a desire to please their owners and you have a dog that’s ready to be your companion for life. 

​11. ​Rough Collie

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​Just like you’d expect from Lassie, Rough Collie’s are loyal, intelligent, and always on the lookout for potential danger. They’re protective, but not aggressive, making them a great family watch dog. ​

Despite their guarding duty, Rough Collies are quite emotionally sensitive and sometimes shy. ​You’ll quickly find they’re attuned to your emotions, and ​respond according to how you’re feeling, which makes them especially good therapy dogs. It goes without saying, Rough Collies win the award for most family friendly dog. 

​12. Samoyed

Samoyed

If you’re looking for a big, white, fluffy dog, then look no further.

Samoyed’s are a lovable, happy, and often “talkative” dog breed that will keep you smiling. They’re happiest when with their family, and doesn’t take well to being left alone.

They’re also known to have a high amount of energy, and for always being chatty with an assortment of barks, howls, and grunts.

This can be a problem for some families, as a bored Samoyed will become noisy and destructive. If you can accommodate their active lifestyle and constant need to “talk”, then you’ll find yourself with a lovable companion. 

13. Tibetan Mastiff

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Weighing up to 175 pounds and standing 30 inches tall, the Tibetan Mastiff is a beast. Unsurprisingly, these ​Mastiff’s were used for centuries to guard live stock. 

​Despite appearances, this beast has a huge heart, and can be very fond and cuddly with owners. They’re quiet, patient, and want nothing more than to hang out with their family all day.

​Getting a dog this big comes with a few hurdles. Training and socialization from an early age is absolutely essential. You want your mastiff to be comfortable around children, other ​pets, and strangers​. But this breed are known to be very stubborn, and obedience isn’t at the top of their ​priorities. 

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17 Top Dog Breeds Sporting Longhaired Locks

A dog with well-maintained, gorgeous long hair is a sight to behold. To keep those hairstyles manicured and luscious requires hours of extra brushing and meticulous grooming. The beauty of having a long-haired dog is that you have the option of hours of maintenance or cutting your pooch's hair short. Although, if your dog's hair grows fast, you'll need more frequent grooming appointments. There are many kinds of long coats—some are thick and dense, others are silky and fine, while a few are corded or intentionally kept in mats.

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Some breeds with long hair require extra brushing to prevent mats and remove dirt and debris, but others might need more extensive professional grooming. Before bringing home a dog with long hair, make sure you understand the dog's grooming requirements to keep the coat healthy and tangle-free. 

Breed Characteristics

Long-haired breeds come in different sizes, temperaments, and coat types, from moplike to fluffy to flowy. Many spitz breeds and mountain dogs are double-coated and have long hair to protect them from harsh weather or keep them warm. Additionally, herding dogs have long bangs that flow in their eyes to shield their eyes from the beating sun while out on the fields. Many long-haired breeds, namely single-coated dogs, tend to shed less and may even be a more suitable choice for allergy sufferers.

These 17 dog breeds are known for having long hair. 

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Dogs are the best human companion, and every dog breed is unique in its own way. When we talk about fluffy small hairy dog breeds, they make our heart smile and are filled with love. There is a wide range of hairy dog breeds that will make you fall in love with their cute and sweet faces.

Are you wondering which hairy dog breed is suitable for your home or apartments? Actually, small hairy dogs can live in a small space like a condo or an apartment.

Here in this article, you will see the top 8 small hairy dog breeds. The breed info and comparison will help you to decide your perfect fuzzy companion.

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What Are Small Hairy Dog Breeds? 

Hairy refers to things that are fluffy or furry and covered with hair. When we talk about dogs, the hairy ones have thick and many layers of hair. Dogs can either have a furry coat or a hairy coat.

Dog breeds can have long or short hair, but they differ in size. Here we have listed hairy dog breeds that are small in size. 

Generally, the average size of a dog is 20 inches to 25 inches. But, here, we enlisted the shorter breeds that are 6 inches to 15 inches in size.

Top 8 Small Hairy Dog Breeds 

Below we have mentioned the size, price, and lifespan of the best small hairy dog breeds. Check them out and decide the best-suited one on your own. 

Breed Adult sizeLife expectancy Price
Bichon Frise9.5 inches to 11.5 inches12 years to 15 years $1,000 to $1,500
Shih Tzu9 inches to 10.5 inches10 years to 16 years$500 to $1,600
Pekingese6 inches to 9 inches12 years to 15 years $2,400 to $6,000
Lhasa Apso10 inches to 11 inches12 years to 14 years $900 to $1,300
Yorkshire Terrier 8 inches to 9 inches13 years to 16 years $800 to $1,500
Japanese Spitz12 inches to 15 inches10 years to 16 years$1,000 to $2,500
Maltese7 inches to 12 inches12 years to 15 years$1,000 to $3,000
Toy Poodle10 inches to 15 inches12 years to 15 years $1,200 to $2,000

Bichon Frise

Bichon Frise small hairy dog breeds

The Bichon Frise breed is known as a French breed of dog. Though this breed type is Spanish, used as herding dogs, sometimes also sailing dogs, the French converted them into a lap-dog variety. 

The Bichon originated from the water dogs, and they are descended from the poodle dogs and both the Barbet or water spaniel types of breeds.

There are four categories of Bichons, such as the Maltese, the Tenerife or Bichon Frise, the Havanese, and the Bolognese.

The small Bichon Frise has curly hair and a white hypoallergenic coat, with velvety or plush to the touch. With rounded hair on the head, they have dark black eyes and black leathers of lips and nose.

According to the American Kennel Club, the Bichon Frise is a merry and curious breed, which is mannered, playful, affectionate, and sensitive. Since ancient times, these canines have been known for their intelligence, charm, and beauty.

As you know, Bichon Frises have coats, which need a strict grooming schedule. It will help to prevent dead hair and remove loose hair. Their coat should be combed to remove hair from mats and other corners of the home.

Bichon Frises are 9.5 inches to 11.5 inches in height. The average price of a puppy is $1,000 to $1,500. The price is quite fair according to the personality of this breed.

Shih Tzu

Shih Tzu breed of small hairy dog

The Shih Tzu originates from Tibet and is known as the Asian toy dog breed. The dog is popularly known for its furry hair, round eyes, short snout, and small size. The ever-stout, floppy ears, growing coat, and short posture are very famous.

The name Shih Tzu came from the word “lion” (Chinese language word) because this kind of dog was bred to resemble the lion. 

The Shih Tzu dog breed has furry hair over the body. You need to comb their hair at least once a week.

They are small in size but love to play, have fun, and are notorious by nature. With a calm personality, this breed has a friendly temperament. It is an independent dog, which can adapt to many situations.

This is a kind of adaptable breed of dog. They can adjust to any city and don’t worry about where they are living. You can say they love to play in the backyard and are house dogs. This breed needs 20 minutes of walking every day. They are heat sensitive, so you must make an air-conditioned environment for them.

Their height is 9 inches to 10.5 inches. The price of a puppy can be $500 to $1600, but the normally charged price can be $850.

Pekingese

Pekingese breed of small hairy dog

The Pekingese is a breed with DNA proof confirming it as one the oldest of dog breeds. The Peke is supposed to have lived in China for as long as 2,000 years. It is named after the capital town of Peking (now Beijing).

The Pekingese’s thick coat mats easily, especially in friction points, such as between the collar rubs and the rubs. When you brush your dog, it removes loose hair before it gets its way over your clothes or furniture.

Pekingese dogs are adaptive to apartments and indoor. These dogs like to romp and run; you should have a focus on them. They prefer to walk or exercise. They are human-friendly and happy dogs.

Pekingese dogs can’t live outdoors. They have small noses that are sensitive to heat, so you must give them an air-conditioned room.

The size of Pekingese is 6 inches to 9 inches long. You buy a top-breed Pekingese dog from $2400 to $6000. The average cost of a puppy is $700.

Lhasa Apso

Lhasa Apso small hairy dog breed

The Lhasa Apso dog originated in Tibet and it is a non-sporting breed of dog. In the early time, it was used as a guard dog. Lhasa is the city of Tibet and Apso is a word from the Tibetan language.

The texture of their coat is hard, straight, heavy, neither silky nor wooly, and dense. It comes in a wide range of colors consisting of white, black, gold, and red with various shadings.

They are complex, smart, and confident; Lhasas are best known as family comedians. Be careful with the dog because it is non-familiar with unknown people. It is a 1,000-years-old breed of dog that used to be found in the Himalayas.

Another important thing to note is that, the Lhasa Apso breed of small hairy dog needs a room with an air-conditioner or a cold environment. You should brush the hair of a dog at least once every seven days.

The height is 10 inches to 11 inches approx. The price of the puppy Lhasa Apso is $900 to $1300.

Yorkshire Terrier

Yorkshire Terrier breed of small hairy dog

The Yorkshire Terrier originated in Yorkshire, England, in the 19th century. And it is the smallest breed of dog.

Yorkshire Terrier is a popular companion dog, with a black, grey, and tan coat. They are known for long hair. It doesn’t have full grey color but has a metallic grey color on the parts of the body. You can see them in blue or silver grey color.

Yorkshire Terrier is a playful and energetic dog. They have separation stress, so don’t neglect them and leave them alone. They need to be pampered and cared for well.

Their size is 8 inches to 9 inches, and the price is $800 to $1500. You can purchase them at a moderate price, yet they require extra care. 

If you compare this breed to others, then it’s a good choice to pet indoors.  

Japanese Spitz

Japanese Spitz small hairy dog breed

The Japanese Spitz originated in Japan. They were developed in the 1920s and 1930s by breeding any other Spitz-type dog breeds commonly.

There are differing standards over the globe as to the ideal size of the dog breed; however, they are always larger than their cousins, the Pomeranian.

The Japanese Spitz has a white double coat. They need regular brushing; otherwise, their hair will fall on your floor, clothes, and furniture.

It is a playful and cute breed of dog. These dogs are fluffy to touch and are a low-maintenance breed. Japanese Spitz are intelligent, loyal, and active and known for their courage, affection, devotion, and amiability.

The Japanese Spitz need a well-balanced diet, and you can feed them twice a day. They need care and love because they are sensitive by nature.

Japanese Spitz is 12 inches to 15 inches in height. Also, the average price of a puppy is $1000 to $2500.

Maltese

Maltese small hairy dog breed

The Maltese are the most important breed of dog in the toy group. It originated in south-central Europe. It doesn’t have any scientific and historical connection to the island of Malta. 

They have long hair, and the coat is glossy, dense, shiny, and silky. And their beautiful hair needs to be brushed at least twice a week.

The Maltese dog has a natural ham and a lively personality. They are so people-oriented, easy-to-train and reply to positive reinforcements. Puppies of good temperaments are playful and curious, ready to address people and be upheld by them.

These dog breeds love to walk and play regularly outside. They don’t need excessive exercise and are active indoors. 

Their size is approx 7 inches to 12 inches. You can purchase a puppy for $1,000 to $3,000. With great features, they are the right choice for petting. 

Toy Poodle

Toy Poodle breed of small hairy dog

The Poodle is called the Caniche in French and the Pudel in German. It is a breed of water dog which is divided into four categories based on size, Medium Poodle, the Standard Poodle, Toy Poodle, and Miniature Poodle.

The Poodle breed has been developed in Germany, but it is claimed to have originated in France.

The Toy Poodle has tangled hair, and it needs proper care. The texture of hair ranges from coarse and soft to woolly and wavy.

The Toy Poodle breed is known as highly energetic, sociable, and intelligent. They need both intellectual and physical activities. It is a kind of reserved dog breed, and they are not familiar with strangers. Also, it is a trainable dog’s breeds, which is obedient.

For better health and appearance, brush their hair twice a week. Also, provide the best possible manufactured or homemade food.  

The size of a Toy Poodle dog breed is 10 inches to 15 inches. You can easily afford this breed; the price starts from $1,200 to $2,000. We suggest petting them if you have enough time to take care. 

Five Important Tips To Take Care Of Your Hairy Dog 

  • Use the right bathing techniques
  • Apply dog-friendly products while bathing
  • Groom your dog’s hair regularly
  • Give them high-quality food
  • Proper nutrient to keep your dog’s coat shiny and attractive

Wrapping Up

You might have got an idea about the best small hairy dog breeds for petting. You can choose any dog breed from the listed names. 

Don’t buy your fluffy dog from any random shop or seller on the internet. These dogs can be available at your nearest local animal shelter. However, the hairy or fluffy dogs are mostly in demand, so first, confirm and fix your visiting schedule to the owner.

When you are in the mood of buying, always check the dog breed and compare them with each other. We recommend selecting one after proper research.

What do you think, which above-listed dog is suitable for your home? Which dog breed is your favorite? Tell us about the best dog breed in the comments section!

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