Terrier Meysi is the World’s Smallest Dog – Design You Trust

Terrier Meysi is the World’s Smallest Dog

Meet Meysi, a tiny Terrier crossbreed from Jarocin, Poland, who is is unwittingly vying for the title of World’s Smallest Living Dog. Meysi weighed just 1.58 ounces at her birth three months ago and her owner Anna Pohl wasn’t sure the cute puppy would survive.

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