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Types of Teacup Dogs

Brussels Griffon
Brussels Griffon

Here at TeaCups, Puppies and Boutique, we’ve been carrying adorable Brussels Griffon puppies for sale in our South Florida based puppy boutique since 1999! The Brussels Griffon is still quite rare, however, and the Brussels Griffon puppies for sale here at TeaCups, Puppies and Boutique do sell rather quickly when we do find them.

Japanese Chin
Japanese Chin

Find teacup japanese chins from local breeders near you or advertise your japanese chin puppies for free at DogsNow.

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Maltese
Maltese

By the early 1900s, everyone agreed that the dog is neither a Spaniel nor a Terrier and decided that all Teacup Maltese dogs and Teacup Maltese puppies are Maltese dogs. By 1873 the Kennel Club of England was established and the first dog stud book was founded by this group.

Miniature Poodle
Miniature Poodle

The Teacup Poodle is an unofficial size variation of the Poodle. It is, in reality, a Toy Poodle, but is smaller in size than the AKC Toy Poodle standard. Breeders are purposely breeding them accordingly.

Papillon
Papillon

Find teacup papillons from local breeders near you or advertise your papillon puppies for free at DogsNow.

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Pomeranian
Pomeranian

A Teacup Pomeranian dog is a cute looking pet. The size, personality and colors of the dog endear it to dog lovers. If you already have a Pomeranian teacup dog as a pet, then you should be familiar with its lovable qualities.

Poodle
Poodle

Juliet the white Teacup Poodle at 4 years old, weighing 5 1/2 pounds (2.5 kg) inside her indoor dog house Juliet the white Teacup Poodle at 4 years old, weighing 5 1/2 pounds (2.5 kg) "These are photos of my Teacup Poodle, Penelope.

Pug
Pug

Teacup pugs are not a separate or recognized breed. Teacup pugs are the result of breeding small pugs so that this genetic defect is carried on to produce even smaller pugs. While they can be cute, dwarfism is not a desirable trait in any breed, and should be eliminated.

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Shih Tzu
Shih Tzu

Very tiny Shih Tzu dogs will often have health issues such as breathing problems and eating problems. Any dog that is unnaturally tiny will have issues with their organs that are unnaturally small. Great care must be taken.

Silky Terrier
Silky Terrier

The bi-colored silky coat is blue and tan. The Yorkie coat also is blue and tan, but the blue and tan in the silky ranges from a silvery blue to a slate blue, according to AKC standards. The Yorkie blue is the color of dark steel, not silvery. The deep tan of the silky appears on the face, ear base, feet and legs, and the anal area.

Teacup Chihuahua
Teacup Chihuahua

Dogs are popular pets for many people today, and there is a wide variety of dog breeds available for anyone who wants a dog as a pet especially the Teacup Chihuahua dog breed.

Teacup Maltese
Teacup Maltese

Learn exactly what a teacup puppy is and why they are plagued with many health issues.

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Teacup Pomeranian
Teacup Pomeranian

A Teacup Pomeranian dog is a cute looking pet. The size, personality and colors of the dog endear it to dog lovers. If you already have a Pomeranian teacup dog as a pet, then you should be familiar with its lovable qualities. If you don’t have a Pomeranian yet, I recommend that you get one.

Teacup Poodle
Teacup Poodle

The Teacup Poodle is an unofficial size variation of the Poodle. It is, in reality, a Toy Poodle, but is smaller in size than the AKC Toy Poodle standard. Breeders are purposely breeding them accordingly.

Teacup Shih Tzu
Teacup Shih Tzu

To appease the public, who keeps hearing the terms of Teacup and so on, some Shih Tzu breeders will have a breeding program in which they will breed dogs to produce puppies that fall on the lower end of the weight scale.

Teacup Yorkie
Teacup Yorkie

Teacup Yorkie Puppies is a term used to describe abnormally small, or “teacup” sized dogs, and is often used in reference to very small Yorkshire Terriers. A Yorkshire Terrier that matures to a weight between 4 and 7 pounds is what every reputable breeder consistently strives to attain in order to preserve the breed standard.

Toy fox Terrier
Toy fox Terrier

Find teacup toy fox terriers from local breeders near you or advertise your toy fox terrier puppies for free at DogsNow.

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Yorkie
Yorkie

Teacup Yorkie ADULTS are only between two to four pounds. Teacup Yorkie puppies have the word “Teacup” in their name for a reason. They. Are.

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Yorkshire Terrier
Yorkshire Terrier

Most dog breeds which are classified in the Toy group such as the Pomeranian, Chihuahua and the Yorkshire Terrier are dogs in which the general public, the media, breeders and others will refer to Teacup varieties of the breed.