Morkies are a tiny little combination of the Yorkshire Terrier and the Maltese. The cross of those two small balls of fur results in this adorable little fluffy thing. Morkies are known to have very playful personalities, and often have a lot of energy. This breed gets attached to their owners, which can lead to separation anxiety if they have to be left home by themselves. They do best in environments where they will get the attention that they need.
Morkies are said to be intelligent, but hard-headed, when it comes to training them. Keep plenty of treats on hand to make sure your Morkie stays motivated. They make the perfect companions to snuggle with while you watch your favorite shows at night.
Coton de Tulear
For the bright and beloved Coton de Tulear, the perfect day consists just of doing nothing but being close to their humans.
Whether they are lying at your feet while you work, following you from room to room—not even the bathroom is off-limits—or going for a ride in the car, Cotons love being close to their families like Velcro.
Graceful terriers in wooly clothing, Bedlington Terriers, named for the English mining shire where they were first bred, are pleasant companions, alert watchdogs, and cuddly TV-time companions.
Jolly and cheerful, Bedlingtons want most to be their family’s center of attention. If you're looking for a no-shedding, lively, and loyal companion, your search might end here.
Jarkies are small little balls of energy that were created from a Japanese Chin and a Yorkshire Terrier. Like most dogs, they really don’t fare well around small children, though they are great for families with older children who are well behaved and will respect them.
Jarkies are great companions for seniors and for those living in apartments and small homes. Although they’re very playful, they’re also content just sitting on your lap and watching television. Of course, they do still need to get out every day, and they love taking trips to the park with their humans!
Fans of the upbeat and agile Border Terrier cherish this breed’s reputation as a tough, no-frills working terrier. These spirited, playful, and affectionate dogs are popular pets in towns and countries.
The wiry coat is an easy keeper. Bred to be country dogs, Borders adapt well to city life—as long as they get enough exercise.