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13th Apr '17 11:46:27 AM Willbyr
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* The {{Pokemon}} Furfrou is a [[GayParee Kalosian]] (standard) Poodle Pokemon that trainers (both players and [=NPCs=]) style in various ridiculous fur fashions. At least one rich NPC has a Furfrou he treats in this manner (it hates him), and people are known to fawn over them. However, true to the real-life poodle's origins, its Dex entry notes that they are excellent guard dogs, and their signature ability gives them surprisingly LightningBruiser potential in the game.

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* The {{Pokemon}} Franchise/{{Pokemon}} Furfrou is a [[GayParee Kalosian]] (standard) Poodle Pokemon that trainers (both players and [=NPCs=]) style in various ridiculous fur fashions. At least one rich NPC has a Furfrou he treats in this manner (it hates him), and people are known to fawn over them. However, true to the real-life poodle's origins, its Dex entry notes that they are excellent guard dogs, and their signature ability gives them surprisingly LightningBruiser potential in the game.
29th Mar '17 2:13:04 PM CurledUpWithDakka
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* This is a common problem for most dog breeds. In general a dog was historically used to hunt prey (Dachshund, Poodles, yes Poodles!), to specifically hunt vermin (Terriers, Chihuahuas), or as guard dogs (Sheepdogs, Lhasa Apsos). Dogs who actively avert this are dogs of the Bichon types. In general that poses the threat, that many kinds of dogs are trained improperly. As many episodes of ''ItsMeOrTheDog'' shows, the rule of thumb tends to be "Is this behavior still cute and/or acceptable if that dog was a Great Dane?" The trend is, that this improper behavior from the side of the owner leads to a dog playing this trope straight (which is not healthy).

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* This is a common problem for most dog breeds. In general a dog was historically used to hunt prey (Dachshund, Poodles, yes Poodles!), to specifically hunt vermin (Terriers, Chihuahuas), or as guard dogs (Sheepdogs, Lhasa Apsos). Dogs who actively avert this are dogs of the Bichon types. In general that poses the threat, that many kinds of dogs are trained improperly. As many episodes of ''ItsMeOrTheDog'' ''Series/ItsMeOrTheDog'' shows, the rule of thumb tends to be "Is this behavior still cute and/or acceptable if that dog was a Great Dane?" The trend is, that this improper behavior from the side of the owner leads to a dog playing this trope straight (which is not healthy).
24th Jan '17 7:21:14 PM SantosLHalper
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** Prince Rupert of the Rhine's dog [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boye_%28dog%29 Boye]] was [[ValuesDissonance not considered]] a cute lapdog, but a witch's familiar with freaking magical powers.

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** Prince Rupert of the Rhine's dog poodle [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boye_%28dog%29 Boye]] was [[ValuesDissonance not considered]] a cute lapdog, but a witch's familiar with freaking magical powers.
24th Jan '17 7:12:21 PM SantosLHalper
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The thing is, as theorized by no less than [[ComicStrip/TheFarSide Gary Larson]], it might not be the ''dogs'' that people have a problem with so much. It may actually be the rather specific kind of person who tends to have little yappy dogs named Mr. Muffykins (or something equally ludicrous). In fiction, IdleRich old ladies in particular tend to have a small pack of little fluffy creatures. In older fiction, said dogs will have foul little hearts and minds deep within their fluffy little bodies.

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The thing is, as theorized by no less than [[ComicStrip/TheFarSide Gary Larson]], it might not be the ''dogs'' that people have a problem with so much. It may actually be the rather specific kind of person who tends to have little yappy dogs named Mr. Muffykins (or something equally ludicrous). In fiction, IdleRich old ladies or {{Grande Dame}}s in particular tend to have a small pack of little fluffy creatures. In older fiction, said dogs will have foul little hearts and minds deep within their fluffy little bodies.
19th Jan '17 12:10:47 PM luord
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* ''Film/KingsmanTheSecretService'': During training, Eggsy picks a pug (under the mistaken belief that it's a bulldog) and is seen struggling with it because it possesses a stubbornness that belies its size. Harry's revealed to have chosen a terrier he named "Mr. Pickles".
31st Dec '16 6:30:30 PM Floria
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* In a ''Franchise/SpiderMan'' #647 back-up strip, a POVSequel to the whole of ''ComicBook/BrandNewDay'' from the perpective of the girl who was kissing Peter in the first panel of #546, she has a Mister Muffykins who mysteriously disappears while she's interrogating [[ComicBook/DarkReign the Dark Avengers]]' [[ComicBook/{{Venom}} Spider-Man]] under the impression he's the one Peter takes pictures of. [[ExtremeOmnivore Burp!]]

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* In a ''Franchise/SpiderMan'' #647 back-up strip, a POVSequel to the whole of ''ComicBook/BrandNewDay'' from the perpective perspective of the girl who was kissing Peter in the first panel of #546, she has a Mister Muffykins who mysteriously disappears while she's interrogating [[ComicBook/DarkReign the Dark Avengers]]' [[ComicBook/{{Venom}} Spider-Man]] under the impression he's the one Peter takes pictures of. [[ExtremeOmnivore Burp!]]


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* The "dreadful little snapping pug-dog" in the Creator/CharlesDickens story ''The Magic Fishbone.''
10th Dec '16 8:19:06 AM Doug86
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* Freewheelin' Franklin of ''TheFabulousFurryFreakBrothers'' walks several blocks out of his way to avoid a little dog who runs out and bites him every time he passes a certain house. He finally stymies her with an airhorn... temporarily.

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* Freewheelin' Franklin of ''TheFabulousFurryFreakBrothers'' ''ComicBook/TheFabulousFurryFreakBrothers'' walks several blocks out of his way to avoid a little dog who runs out and bites him every time he passes a certain house. He finally stymies her with an airhorn... temporarily.
1st Dec '16 10:56:23 PM TheCuza
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* At the start of ''VideoGame/DeadRising'', the TooDumbToLive hysterical old lady tears down a barricade to keep zombies out when she sees her MisterMuffykins outside. She doesn't realize that MisterMuffykins was being ignored by the undead because ''it was one of them''.

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* At the start of ''VideoGame/DeadRising'', the TooDumbToLive hysterical old lady tears down a the barricade to keep keeping the zombies out of the mall when she sees her MisterMuffykins outside. She doesn't realize that MisterMuffykins was being ignored by the undead because ''it was one of them''.
2nd Nov '16 1:19:26 AM Jesthor
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* This is a common problem for most dog breeds. In general a dog was historically used to hunt prey (Dachshund, Poodles, yes Poodles!), to specifically hunt vermin (Terriers, Chihuahuas), or as guard dogs (Sheepdogs, Lhasa Apsos). Dogs who actively avert this are dogs of the Bichon types. In general that poses the threat, that many kinds of dogs are trained improperly. As many episodes of ''ItsMeOrTheDog'' shows, the rule of thumb tends to be "Is this behavior still cute and/or acceptable if that dog was a Great Dane?" The trend is, that this improper behavior from the side of the owner leads to a dog playing this trope straight.

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* This is a common problem for most dog breeds. In general a dog was historically used to hunt prey (Dachshund, Poodles, yes Poodles!), to specifically hunt vermin (Terriers, Chihuahuas), or as guard dogs (Sheepdogs, Lhasa Apsos). Dogs who actively avert this are dogs of the Bichon types. In general that poses the threat, that many kinds of dogs are trained improperly. As many episodes of ''ItsMeOrTheDog'' shows, the rule of thumb tends to be "Is this behavior still cute and/or acceptable if that dog was a Great Dane?" The trend is, that this improper behavior from the side of the owner leads to a dog playing this trope straight.straight (which is not healthy).
2nd Nov '16 1:17:28 AM Jesthor
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* A real-life subversion occurs in actual poodles. They were bred as hunting dogs, and some historians suggest that the fur is cut into such strange shapes to minimize drag while maintaining enough fur on the joints to keep them warm, particularly while swimming. It may or may not be true, but regardless, poodles can be pretty badass. Especially since there's a general assumption that a poodle is generally on the small side. Those are toy poodles. Three official sizes (toy, miniature and standard) of poodle exist -- standard poodles are ''huge'', often bigger than the labs and retrievers some people breed them with. Poodles are also the second most intelligent dog after border collies, standard poodles apparently make good guard dogs and even toy poodles make good watch dogs.
** [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prince_Rupert Prince Rupert of the Rhine]] had a frickin' ''war poodle'' who struck such fear into the hearts of his opponents that it was presented as a demonic familiar in propaganda leaflets of the time. His name was [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boye_%28dog%29 Boye]], and it was suspected that he was actually the Devil himself in disguise. He was rumored to be invincible, able to predict the future, and could catch BULLETS in his MOUTH. He was promoted to the rank of Sergeant-Major-General, and died in battle. Yes, a poodle. Your expectations? They were just ''boned''.
* Additionally, Lhasa Apsos, although small enough to fit on your lap, tend not to want to be there for long. Their original purpose was to act as watchdogs over monasteries, and so they actually tend to be very independent and, in addition, very physically tough for their size.
* A lot of small dogs are terriers. Terriers are bred to be high energy, stubborn, independent, vermin killing machines; the cuteness is merely a side effect of their needing to fit down small tunnels. If they are not exercised, socialized, disciplined, and stimulated properly (read at least one hour of walking every day, plus access to a secure garden, plus consistent enforcement of acceptable behaviors, plus very tough toys, plus intensive meet-and-greet with other dogs and people from puppyhood onwards), they will turn into pint sized dictators. Not handbag dogs in the slightest.
** Dachshund breeders took a different approach to the problem of fitting down small tunnels, reasoning that what they really needed was not necessarily less ''dog'', just less ''leg''. So dachshunds wind up being rather like terriers on steroids.
* Dachshunds, which were bred to hunt ''badgers'', can be startlingly aggressive for something with such a cute, odd little shape. Badgers, although fluffy and pudgy-looking, are ''vicious little motherfuckers who will stop at nothing to protect their burrow''. Fun fact: "dachs" is German for "badger" ("hund" means "dog"). They were sent into the badger's burrow to flush it out so the hunter could shoot it when it appeared, usually after realizing that this dog means fucking ''business''. Modern show dachshunds are often bred into bizarre parodies of the original, efficient form--for instance, at least one male dachshund has had the problem of having legs so short, his penis kept bumping into stairs every time he climbed a staircase. This trend is thankfully dying out now, thanks at least in part to the threat of legal action by the RSPCA and other animal-welfare groups.
** The smooth-haired Dachshunds tend to be more aggressive than wire-haired or long-haired ones, at least when it comes to people. Nearly every dachshund in existence will have a switch-flip and turn into a vicious hunter when they see any kind of critter less than twice their size, however, and chances are they'll murder it and leave the corpse where it is while going back to their usual doggy demeanor. So if you're going somewhere you know has hens, or peacocks, or any kind of farm animal smaller than a pig, do ''not'' let your dog anywhere near them, because not even their very owner can get between a dachshund and something they want to kill.
** However, due to blending between standard and miniature (bred for show or rabbit hunting at most), most modern dachshunds are considerably smaller than their badger hunting ancestors.
* Papillons, despite the fact that they look like this trope embodied -- and the fact that their name literally means "butterfly" -- are actually one of the smartest dog breeds, and athletic enough to be world-class competitors in dog agility.
* ''Any'' terrier. Yorkies, Scotties, Cairns, West Highland Whites, Skyes, Dandie Dinmonts, Welsh, Wire Hair -- they were all bred to hunt vermin, and it shows. These are some of the brightest, most independent little dogs on the planet, and they require a strong and confident owner.
* Shih Tzus are intelligent, surprisingly athletic, and ''stubborn''. This makes them especially hard to housebreak, and their teddy bear looks make them especially prone to bad owners and thus this trope.
* Shetland Sheepdogs (a.k.a. "Shelties"). A little bigger than some of these examples (though still the same size as most terriers), but their spectacular long coats put them into this category. They're actually intelligent, highly energetic and rather boisterous dogs, intended for herding.
* Chihuahuas, despite being one of the smallest of the small breeds, are notorious among dog people for being examples of the aggressive end of this spectrum. Anyone familiar with the breed would not blink at the sight of one attacking a dog twenty times its size.
** The dogs were bred as a portable food source and to hunt vermin during Aztec war campaigns, so their aggressiveness is somewhat justified.
* Generally averted with lap dogs of the Bichon type (Havanese, Coton de Tulear, Maltese etc.). They are often said to have a "big dog personality" as they tend to be [[BigFriendlyDog very friendly]] (even to burglars), caring and attentive and don't bark much. However, as they still are very small, many people will unfortunately think this trope applies to them and scorn them just because they are small. That's to say, they ''do'' need proper socialization like all other dogs to develop the best temperament.
* While Cocker Spaniels are a bit larger than many of the dogs described here, an anomaly called [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rage_syndrome Rage Syndrome]] can make them very very aggressive indeed. The main symptom is a sudden outburst of "rage" for no reason whatsoever, and can be followed by a completely calm, happy dog moments later. It's impossible to train out of the dog, and can be incredibly dangerous as the dog lacks any bite inhibition while in a rage. While antiepileptic medication may help, sometimes the only solution is euthanasia, because these dogs are simply too big of a risk.
* While Pomeranians are typically portrayed as such, they're actually descended from the German Spitz, a quite large dog related to the Husky, the Malamute and the Samoyed. In fact, the original Pomeranian was also the same size as these bigger dogs.
** Spitz-type dogs (the Spitz itself, Huskies and other sled dogs, Shiba Inus, etc.) are in general much more willful, headstrong, and stubborn than most other dogs, and have a huge amount of energy--they are ''not'' lap dogs. Add the usual "small yappy dog" issues on top of the "wild" primitive breed personality and you have a dog that is best left to owners with experience and confidence.
* A problem with small dogs is that their owners often fail to train them properly, figuring that they're too small to actually do any damage if they misbehave. It's a bad-owner problem rather than a bad-dog problem, resulting in a yapping, snapping, house-fouling little beast which has always been allowed to get away with behavior that wouldn't be tolerated in a bigger breed. See roughly one ''Series/ItsMeOrTheDog'' segment in three. The general rule of thumb among those in the know tends to be, "Would this behavior still be cute and/or acceptable if the dog doing it was a Great Dane?" If the answer to the above is 'no', your dog shouldn't be doing it.
* Size Leniency, a problem that has the potential to be incredibly dangerous. A toy breed is perfectly capable of killing an infant, or even an adult if they manage to bite in the wrong spot, and dogs in general are more focused on behavior than on the size of another dog. As a result, it is extremely common for owners to be injured when small dogs attack larger dogs and trigger a fight. Do not attempt to physically get in the middle of a fight between dogs, people have been seriously injured and even killed doing this. Get help, use objects to separate the dogs, or throw water/soda/tea/whatever on them.
* No less a source than Prince Charles himself says that Queen Elizabeth II's corgis occasionally attach themselves to the odd ankle (including members of the Foot Guards), though given Her Majesty is said to be a very good dog trainer. Ankle nipping is a fairly common problem in corgis, so it's not unexpected even in Her Majesty's dogs. Corgis are full-blown working dogs that are bred to herd cattle. Their means of doing so? Nipping at the feet of the cattle. This is a trait purposely present in the breed, and when they have no livestock to work with, it can turn up as nipping other pets or humans, especially children.
* Paris Hilton's little dog Tinkerbell. Ms. Hilton started a trend among the rich, elite, and impractical of carrying very small dogs (usually chihuahuas) around in handbags. She never made a statement on how to keep the inside of the handbag ''clean''
* Leona Helmsley's dog [[http://www.nytimes.com/2007/09/03/nyregion/03trouble.html?_r=1&fta=y Trouble]]. (But then again, the owner was a RichBitch...)


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* A real-life subversion occurs in actual poodles. They were bred as hunting dogs, and some historians suggest that the fur This is cut into such strange shapes to minimize drag while maintaining enough fur on the joints to keep them warm, particularly while swimming. It may or may not be true, but regardless, poodles can be pretty badass. Especially since there's a common problem for most dog breeds. In general assumption that a poodle is generally on the small side. Those are toy poodles. Three official sizes (toy, miniature and standard) of poodle exist -- standard poodles are ''huge'', often bigger than the labs and retrievers some people breed them with. Poodles are also the second most intelligent dog after border collies, standard poodles apparently make good was historically used to hunt prey (Dachshund, Poodles, yes Poodles!), to specifically hunt vermin (Terriers, Chihuahuas), or as guard dogs and even toy poodles make good watch dogs.
(Sheepdogs, Lhasa Apsos). Dogs who actively avert this are dogs of the Bichon types. In general that poses the threat, that many kinds of dogs are trained improperly. As many episodes of ''ItsMeOrTheDog'' shows, the rule of thumb tends to be "Is this behavior still cute and/or acceptable if that dog was a Great Dane?" The trend is, that this improper behavior from the side of the owner leads to a dog playing this trope straight.
** [[http://en.Prince Rupert of the Rhine's dog [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prince_Rupert Prince Rupert of the Rhine]] had a frickin' ''war poodle'' who struck such fear into the hearts of his opponents that it was presented as a demonic familiar in propaganda leaflets of the time. His name was [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boye_%28dog%29 Boye]], and it Boye]] was suspected that he was actually the Devil himself in disguise. He was rumored to be invincible, able to predict the future, and could catch BULLETS in his MOUTH. He was promoted to the rank of Sergeant-Major-General, and died in battle. Yes, a poodle. Your expectations? They were just ''boned''.
* Additionally, Lhasa Apsos, although small enough to fit on your lap, tend
[[ValuesDissonance not to want to be there for long. Their original purpose was to act as watchdogs over monasteries, and so they actually tend to be very independent and, in addition, very physically tough for their size.
* A lot of small dogs are terriers. Terriers are bred to be high energy, stubborn, independent, vermin killing machines; the cuteness is merely
considered]] a side effect of their needing to fit down small tunnels. If they are not exercised, socialized, disciplined, and stimulated properly (read at least one hour of walking every day, plus access to a secure garden, plus consistent enforcement of acceptable behaviors, plus very tough toys, plus intensive meet-and-greet with other dogs and people from puppyhood onwards), they will turn into pint sized dictators. Not handbag dogs in the slightest.
** Dachshund breeders took a different approach to the problem of fitting down small tunnels, reasoning that what they really needed was not necessarily less ''dog'', just less ''leg''. So dachshunds wind up being rather like terriers on steroids.
* Dachshunds, which were bred to hunt ''badgers'', can be startlingly aggressive for something with such a cute, odd little shape. Badgers, although fluffy and pudgy-looking, are ''vicious little motherfuckers who will stop at nothing to protect their burrow''. Fun fact: "dachs" is German for "badger" ("hund" means "dog"). They were sent into the badger's burrow to flush it out so the hunter could shoot it when it appeared, usually after realizing that this dog means fucking ''business''. Modern show dachshunds are often bred into bizarre parodies of the original, efficient form--for instance, at least one male dachshund has had the problem of having legs so short, his penis kept bumping into stairs every time he climbed a staircase. This trend is thankfully dying out now, thanks at least in part to the threat of legal action by the RSPCA and other animal-welfare groups.
** The smooth-haired Dachshunds tend to be more aggressive than wire-haired or long-haired ones, at least when it comes to people. Nearly every dachshund in existence will have a switch-flip and turn into a vicious hunter when they see any kind of critter less than twice their size, however, and chances are they'll murder it and leave the corpse where it is while going back to their usual doggy demeanor. So if you're going somewhere you know has hens, or peacocks, or any kind of farm animal smaller than a pig, do ''not'' let your dog anywhere near them, because not even their very owner can get between a dachshund and something they want to kill.
** However, due to blending between standard and miniature (bred for show or rabbit hunting at most), most modern dachshunds are considerably smaller than their badger hunting ancestors.
* Papillons, despite the fact that they look like this trope embodied -- and the fact that their name literally means "butterfly" -- are actually one of the smartest dog breeds, and athletic enough to be world-class competitors in dog agility.
* ''Any'' terrier. Yorkies, Scotties, Cairns, West Highland Whites, Skyes, Dandie Dinmonts, Welsh, Wire Hair -- they were all bred to hunt vermin, and it shows. These are some of the brightest, most independent little dogs on the planet, and they require a strong and confident owner.
* Shih Tzus are intelligent, surprisingly athletic, and ''stubborn''. This makes them especially hard to housebreak, and their teddy bear looks make them especially prone to bad owners and thus this trope.
* Shetland Sheepdogs (a.k.a. "Shelties"). A little bigger than some of these examples (though still the same size as most terriers),
cute lapdog, but their spectacular long coats put them into this category. They're actually intelligent, highly energetic and rather boisterous dogs, intended for herding.
* Chihuahuas, despite being one of the smallest of the small breeds, are notorious among dog people for being examples of the aggressive end of this spectrum. Anyone
a witch's familiar with the breed would not blink at the sight of one attacking a dog twenty times its size.
freaking magical powers.
** The dogs were bred as a portable food source and to hunt vermin during Aztec war campaigns, so their aggressiveness is somewhat justified.
* Generally averted with lap dogs of the Bichon type (Havanese, Coton de Tulear, Maltese etc.). They are often said to have a "big dog personality" as they tend to be [[BigFriendlyDog very friendly]] (even to burglars), caring and attentive and don't bark much. However, as they still are very small, many people will unfortunately think this trope applies to them and scorn them just because they are small. That's to say, they ''do'' need proper socialization like all other dogs to develop the best temperament.
* While Cocker Spaniels are a bit larger than many of the dogs described here, an anomaly called [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rage_syndrome Rage Syndrome]] can make them very very aggressive indeed. The main symptom is a sudden outburst of "rage" for no reason whatsoever, and can be followed by a completely calm, happy dog moments later. It's impossible to train out of the dog, and can be incredibly dangerous as the dog lacks any bite inhibition while in a rage. While antiepileptic medication may help, sometimes the only solution is euthanasia, because these dogs are simply too big of a risk.
* While Pomeranians are typically portrayed as such, they're actually descended from the German Spitz, a quite large dog related to the Husky, the Malamute and the Samoyed. In fact, the original Pomeranian was also the same size as these bigger dogs.
** Spitz-type dogs (the Spitz itself, Huskies and other sled dogs, Shiba Inus, etc.) are in general much more willful, headstrong, and stubborn than most other dogs, and have a huge amount of energy--they are ''not'' lap dogs. Add the usual "small yappy dog" issues on top of the "wild" primitive breed personality and you have a dog that is best left to owners with experience and confidence.
* A problem with small dogs is that their owners often fail to train them properly, figuring that they're too small to actually do any damage if they misbehave. It's a bad-owner problem rather than a bad-dog problem, resulting in a yapping, snapping, house-fouling little beast which has always been allowed to get away with behavior that wouldn't be tolerated in a bigger breed. See roughly one ''Series/ItsMeOrTheDog'' segment in three. The general rule of thumb among those in the know tends to be, "Would this behavior still be cute and/or acceptable if the dog doing it was a Great Dane?" If the answer to the above is 'no', your dog shouldn't be doing it.
* Size Leniency, a problem that has the potential to be incredibly dangerous. A toy breed is perfectly capable of killing an infant, or even an adult if they manage to bite in the wrong spot, and dogs in general are more focused on behavior than on the size of another dog. As a result, it is extremely common for owners to be injured when small dogs attack larger dogs and trigger a fight. Do not attempt to physically get in the middle of a fight between dogs, people have been seriously injured and even killed doing this. Get help, use objects to separate the dogs, or throw water/soda/tea/whatever on them.
*
No less a source than Prince Charles himself says that Queen Elizabeth II's corgis occasionally attach themselves to the odd ankle (including members of the Foot Guards), though given Her Majesty is said to be a very good dog trainer. Ankle nipping is a fairly common problem in corgis, so it's not unexpected even in Her Majesty's dogs. Corgis are full-blown working dogs that are bred to herd cattle. Their means of doing so? Nipping at the feet of the cattle. This is a trait purposely present in the breed, and when they have no livestock to work with, it can turn up as nipping other pets or humans, especially children.
* ** Paris Hilton's little dog Tinkerbell. Ms. Hilton started a trend among the rich, elite, and impractical of carrying very small dogs (usually chihuahuas) around in handbags. She never made a statement on how to keep the inside of the handbag ''clean''
*
''clean''.
** [[RichBitch
Leona Helmsley's Helmsley]]'s dog [[http://www.nytimes.com/2007/09/03/nyregion/03trouble.html?_r=1&fta=y Trouble]]. (But then again, the owner was a RichBitch...)

Trouble]].
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