What are some puppies that don't grow?
There are different types of dogs that come in varying sizes colors and body structures, depending on the particular breed. In the past dogs were mostly kept for practical purposes like protection or for some task like sheep herding or hunting. Specific traits or brute strength were therefore requirements. This has changed drastically in the last century and the popular perception of dogs is more as a loving and faithful companion. Many dog enthusiasts therefore prefer smaller dog breeds.
There are few of us who will not find a puppy irresistibly cute and it isn’t uncommon to find yourself wishing that your puppies don’t grow any bigger. Sadly, ‘puppyhood’ like childhood, is fleeting and your cute, cuddly little puppy will inevitably grow up. There are some small puppies that don’t grow much, because of their breed characteristics.
Small dogs are normally considered to be those dogs that weigh less than 22 lbs or are found to be smaller than 16 inches. Some of the well known small dogs and small puppies’ breeds include the Chihuahua. The Chihuahua is considered to be the smallest dog in the world. These dogs only weigh around 6 to about 8 pounds and stand just about ten inches high. Some of the other small breeds with puppies are that don’t grow too big include the Staffordshire bull terrier, the miniature Pinscher, and the Eskie.