Long-Living Toy Dog: Lhasa Apso As a rule of thumb, smaller dogs live longer than larger breeds. It shouldn't take long to find a friend for the next 10-15years, no matter which toy breed you choose. Many owners are able to provide examples of toy dogs that have lived for over 18 years without any problems. 

Hairless Toy Dog: Chinese Crested They look a bit like a Pekingese with a few hairs. They are small, agile and intelligent, as well as their deep desire for their owners. While the Chinese crested still requires regular baths in order to remove dirt and oils from their skin, this can be much easier than weekly brushing or monthly visits to the groomers. 

Most Popular Toy Dog Breed: Yorkshire Terrier The Yorkshire Terrier is the People's Choice of all the toy breeds. It is one of the top 10 most loved breeds , regardless of its size. The Yorkie has been a vermin chaser and ratter long before she became a royal lap dog. This breed's universal appeal is due to its versatility. 

Fanciest Toy Dog: Maltese These adorable little dogs love to play and run with their owners. To finally see a shock white, long-coated and freshly brushed Maltese, is to understand what luxury really is. 

Smallest Toy Dog of Them All: Chihuahua The Chihuahua breed standards is the gold standard for tiny dogs. It lists their weight as "not more than six pounds." These tiny dogs are blessed with personalities that outstrip their small stature. They can be your best friend. 

Most Adaptable Toy Dog Breed: Shih Tzu The Shih Tzu was bred to be companion dogs for Chinese royalty. They are great with children of all ages, and their laid-back dispositions make them well-suited for urban and apartment living. 

Hypoallergenic Toy Dog Breed: Toy Poodle One of the most well-known examples is the toy puppy. These intelligent dogs are happy to play and lounge with their owners. Regular brushings are a good way to keep their coats clean and remove any loose hair that may have fallen all over your home. 

Most Regal Toy Dog Breed: Cavalier King Charles Spaniel This little spaniel brings together almost all the best things about dogs in one tiny package. They are intelligent, friendly dogs with long lives and gentle dispositions. 

Most Athletic Toy Dog: Papillon The papillon is a companion dog. The result is a small dog with a sharp mind, a compact, sturdy body, and lots of energy. All of this combined creates a dog who is quick to learn and excels in obedience and agility. 

Fluffiest Toy Dog Breed: Pomeranian The Pomeranian is the most Instagram-ready dog. These adorable, affectionate dogs can be tamed and made into a variety of styles with hair. 

Toy Dog With the Squishiest Face: Pug The expression "a face only mother could love" is common, and then there's the pug who has been blessed to have a face everyone likes. It's easy to hug one of these adorable little guys and tell them how adorable they are with their signature wrinkles, perma-grins and snub noses. 

Best Toy Dog Personality: Affenpinscher Affenpinscher means "monkey dog" in German. It's clear why this moniker is appropriate. These curious, curious dogs make great companions and are eager to explore new places. 

Best Long-Haired Toy Dog Breed: Silky Terrier is a "silky" terrier name. will tell you exactly what you're getting. This Australia-born sweet, gentle-natured beauty looks very similar to his cousin, the Yorkie. 

Super Charming Toy Dog Breed: Havanese The Havanese is the national dog of Cuba. His soft, flowing hair is a clear indication. This toy dog is outgoing, playful and delightfully friendly. He fits right in with almost every family dynamic. 

Most Elegant Toy Dog: Italian Greyhound The Italian greyhound is not a large whippet nor a larger grayhound. They can maneuver in tight spaces with ease and speed. Sighthounds are known for their incredible sprinting speed of up to 25 mph.