Teacup puppies for sale.
38 Weeks OldEst. Adult Weight: 5-7
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10 Weeks OldEst. Adult Weight: 5-7
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Just when you thought things couldn’t get any smaller, here come the Teacups. We’re talking dogs, of course. These adorable little critters are the smallest of small dogs, which have become more and more popular in recent years as people’s living spaces have shrunk and more wish to take their pooch with them everywhere they go. If you are one of these potential dog owners, stop by Florida Puppies Online and peruse its selection of Teacup puppies for sale in Florida. Before you do, though, continue reading so you can educate yourself more about these tiny treasures.
The History of Teacup Dogs
Teacup dogs are pooches that have been bred to be very, very small. It is more extreme than just pairing two small breeds. Essentially, these breeders take the smallest offspring, known as the runt of the litter, and bred them with other so-called runts to create a super-small dog that almost always weighs 5 pounds or less.
The Pros and Cons
As with any dog breed, there are pros and cons to owning this type of pooch. On the plus side, these little girls and guys can go everywhere you go, and usually in your arm, hand, purse or carry-on bag. That means the two of you will forge a mighty close bond, as you might be spending every waking moment together. In addition, because of their diminutive size, Teacups eat very little and require very small amounts of medication, making them financially less expensive to own and care for.
On the negative side, Teacups can often develop health issues related to their small size. For instance, they are more statistically prone to such health issues as heart defects, collapsing trachea, seizures and problems with their respiratory systems, digestion, eyesight, and liver. They also are more likely to develop dental issues, as their baby teeth may not fall out as they approach adulthood as do those of other dogs.
Nonetheless, the breeding of Teacups seems here to stay. So if you are still interested, check out some Teacup puppies for sale and make up your own mind.
If you are already convinced, you may be wondering, “Where can I find Teacup puppies for sale near me?” The answer is Florida Puppies Online.