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13 of the world’s tiniest dog breeds

We’re going to be honest here: These pups are irresistibly cute and resistance is futile. Prepare to “Ooh!” and “Aah!”

1. Brussels griffon
1. Brussels griffon
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This adorable little breed packs a lot of cute attributes into its 3-5kg body. Its trademark black muzzle and whiskers give it a distinguished beard highlighted by big, soulful eyes.

While adults and children alike are drawn to the irresistible cuteness, the Brussels griffon isn’t a good choice for the rambunctious nature of younger children, but that doesn’t mean it prefers solitude.

Quite the opposite, they tend to stick close to their owner and are not fans of being left alone for long periods of time.

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