Teacup or even tiny puppies are not suitable for everybody, every home or every family.
They tend to be expensive both in regards to purchase price and upkeep,
and the vet bills due to carelessness or mismanagement can be
astronomical considering the size of the dog.
Young t-cup puppies
under 4 months of age, are usually high maintenance and need constant
supervision and management, and usually do not mesh well with most
average 8-10 hour work schedules, nor are they compatible with most children under 10 or so.
However, if you're tempted or always have wanted one, you are at the
right location for quality need-to-know information, which will help
you make a smart decision in deciding if a ultra small canine companion baby is
right for you, your family and your lifestyle.
You'll also learn how to properly take care of your ittybitty baby, and how to avoid the expensive and often painful issues
and problems that so many people unfortunately experience with their
tiny and t-cup puppies, due to not being familiar with the intensive
care the smallest of the smallest members of "doggyhood" require in
order to thrive.
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is a combination of my own experiences of breeding and raising extra
small puppies for well over 15 years, as well as a composite answer to
all of the questions and concerns my puppy buyers have brought to the
table over these long years - all put together in one central location.
I value your presence, and welcome your information requests - if I
can answer any of your questions, before I get to write about it here
on the website - feel free to email me and ask!!!
this website focuses specifically on teacup + tiny puppies, the same
information applies and sh/could be used to raise your regular or larger toy sized
pups as well. You
actually have more leeway for flexibility in the slightly larger pups,
as they are not quite as fragile and tend to bounce back easier when in
Thanks for your visit - I hope you will find this website informative and helpful in raising your tiny puppy! I appreciate any feedback you care to leave ;o).
I'm looking forward to hearing from you, Sabine
The care suggestions and advice given on this website are deemed to be correct and proven to work via 15+ years of successfully breeding & raising teacup and tiny puppies by the author. They do not substitute a trip to the vet or replace regular veterinarian care as needed!!!
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