The Prazsky Krysarik is such a tiny little dog breed that it’s hard to even imagine him standing up – but don’t worry, he’s got all the qualities you’d look for in a good watch dog. The Pražský Krysaři is actually a rather delicate little dog breed from the Czech Republic, which is rare by breed standards, due to the maximum height of its dogs. At just over 4 inches high, Prazsky Krysars is the shortest-statured dog breeds in the world. But don’t let their small stature fool you; they’re incredibly affectionate and loving, and very easy to train.
One of the things that set the Prazsky Krysarik apart from other larger dog breeds is its high intelligence, and as such they’re highly trainable. And they also make great companions both for the family and for hiking and camping trips. The Prazsky Krysarik isn’t particularly aggressive, but neither is it a lap dog. They need to be trained carefully and watched carefully by an owner who knows what he or she is doing, as they have a tendency to bark and get into mischief on command, especially when separated from their owners. They should not be left alone for more than half an hour at a time, as they will become accustomed to being alone, and if left alone they may become aggressive and bark continuously for no apparent reason.
Prazsky Krysars is generally friendly animals, and they make an ideal family pet. They’re gentle with children and very protective of their home and surroundings, but they can be rather possessive towards other dogs. This is mainly because they have a deep, intrinsic need to belong, and have trouble being alone. They love a lively, sociable dog that can provide them with company and play. That’s why Prazsky Krysars is excellent as active ornaments for your dog’s living space, and they are ideal companions for the elderly.