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Lhaso Apso Ornament

$17.99

The Lhasa Apso originates from Tibet where it was bred to alert monks of intruders. Although small, they were bred for the cold Tibet winters and life among the monks. Lhasa Apso can live long lives, into their twenties, making them a friend for life.
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Bichon Frise Ornament

$13.99

The French name Bichon Fris translates to Curly Lap Dog. Intelligent, affectionate, lively and self-assured, they are hypoallergenic too! Bichon Frise are naturally sociable and are happiest as an active family member. They are delightful and amusing companions.
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Westie Ornament

$17.99

The Westie, or West Highland White Terrier, is known for its brilliant white coat and lively personality. Westies are hardy, friendly, spunky and have lots of self-esteem! These small charming terriers are loyal companions and good watchdogs.
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