The teacup poodle has won the hearts of people all over the country for its lovely appearance. All the qualities of an adult poodle are wrapped in one of these puppies. Their loving nature means they can get along with almost anyone. They crave attention and love, so be prepared to pour love into them. However, these puppies must be treated with extreme care – their small bodies make them vulnerable to fracture. In this article, let’s take a look at what a teacup poodle is and whether a teacup poodle is a good pet?
Teacup poodle is a kind of cute dog, it can always attract people’s attention. They like to be the center of attention, and their huge personality makes them irresistible. People mainly want to be with them, but sometimes their loyalty can make them a humble watchdog.
(1) Breeders often give them interesting names to make them more marketable, including Party poodle, tuxedo poodle, or phantom poodle.
(2) Solid color varieties are more expensive because they are considered more popular.
(3) They absolutely love water, but don’t let them swim in deep water – they’re too small to drown.
(4) Some believe that they produced the smallest possible version of the poodle by breeding dwarfs from the pups of Toy Poodles. But it’s hard to confirm that because the breeders of the teacup poodle don’t publish much information about the breeding process.
Their litter size is very small, with only 2-4 puppies. Nevertheless, the beautiful appearance of these cups requires a lot of care.
(5) Their moody curls have to be combed regularly, they have to be trained at an early age to avoid stubborn behavior, they have to be fed very specific amounts of food to avoid obesity, and you have to watch them very carefully to make sure they don’t hurt themselves.
When we take care of your affenpinscher, we should know that the annual cost of raising your affenpinscher, including food and treatment, veterinary care, toys and licenses, may be between $420 and $780.
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Schipperke is generally healthy and has no serious health problems, and has a long life span. Of course, like most purebred dogs, some genetic health conditions of Schipperke dogs are known, including eye diseases (especially multifocal retinopathy and progressive retinal atrophy, or PRA) and von Willebrand disease (hemorrhagic disease).