Tea Cup FAQs

General Questions

ARE TEACUP PUPPIES UNHEALTHY?

This is a very common misconception, but the answer is no. They are, however, equivalent to newborn babies and require a lot more care and attention than your average sized puppy. Because of their tiny size and delicate nature, their immune systems can be compromised, so you need to be a little more careful in what they come into contact with and how they are handled. As they get older, their immune systems grow stronger and they are just as healthy as any other dog. All our puppies must pass a physical from our certified vet before they are shipped to their new homes.

LIFE EXPECTATIONS?

They are the same of a standard dog. Their health depends on us! A dog with very small sizes should be treated like a newborn baby, you have to pay a lot of attention. Very important is the lifestyle, and the diet too, as for everyone.

HOW OLD ARE THE PUPPIES YOU CAN FIND HERE?

All of our puppies are at least 3 months old.

WHY CHOOSE A TEACUP PUPPY?

They are the sweetest most adorable puppies on earth ! You can conveniently take them wherever you go, even accepted at restaurants and malls. Our precious tinies will certainly light up a room with their beauty.

WHY PRICES ARE SO HIGH?

Our prices are based upon quality and rarity! Try to compare the quality of our puppies to many other websites out there and you can see the huge difference. Our puppies are properly proportioned and have thick, luxurious coats, fabulous baby doll faces w/o tear stains, short legs, stocky conformation. Our puppies are of exquisite quality and their beauty shows through the photos and videos on our site. Our puppies are not from puppy farms or mills!!! What many fail to understand is intense support and care these tiny puppies require around the clock in order to get through the first couple months of life. They are raised by highly skilled puppy nurses with around the clock care and nurturing! Puppy Farms/Mills are not going to put that much time and money out for something they cannot make a quick profit on. It is not worth it to them. So, think about a puppy only weighing 1-2 ounces at birth which is mouse size and the required care involved for survival for these teacup puppies. For this reason we do not allow our puppies to go to their new home until they are at least 16 weeks or older and in some cases on very tiny puppies 5 to 6 months. We want to be sure our puppies are healthy and sound in order to make the easiest transition for the puppy into its new home and for the owners.