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Regardless of breed, teacup dogs suffer more frequently from major organ malfunctions. Enlarged hearts and heart murmurs occur more often in undersized dogs than in their normal-sized brethren. Liver shunts, conditions in which blood fails to reach or be cleaned in the liver, are more common in teacup dogs. Teacup dog breeds are at higher risk for developing, or being born with, serious problems in their digestive and respiratory systems. Because he is so small, a teacup puppy is also subjected to constant stress, which not only causes its own digestive issues, like and , but also puts added pressure on lungs and hearts, which may already be underdeveloped.
There are plenty of dog breeds that are naturally small, and we suggest choosing them over teacup dogs.
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What health problems are teacup dog breeds prone to? Teacup puppies can be prone to bouts of hypoglycemia, where their levels of blood glucose in their blood would drop causing weakness, shivering and even seizures in sever cases. According to the miniature dog breeds are predisposed to hemorrhagic gastroenteritis. Being smaller, also means that these dogs have a faster metabolism which often translates in a need for more frequent feedings. If you are a lover of small dogs, you need to see some of the world's smallest teacup dogs and puppies. They will melt your heart!
Photo provided by FlickrAs the name implies, teacup puppies are very small dogs which are meant to fit inside a teacup or coffee cup.
Photo provided by FlickrJan 6, 2016 - Trouble is, for so-called teacup dogs, those hearts beat so hard and so fast ..
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Teacup Puppies website offers a great variety of gorgeous teacup puppies and high end dogs and tiny toys. We have absolutely stunning Teacup Maltese, Teacup Yorkies for sale, Teacup Pomeranian puppies for sale, Poodle puppies, Morkies for sale , Teacup Maltipoos puppies for sale and much more. We have a great guarantee which covers all our Teacup Puppies and toys covered for 14 day viral and one year guarantee. We are a Puppy Store take pride on our customer service. We offer financing on our teacup puppies and it's very simple. We also have a fabulous Dog Boutique with luxury items - per supplies for you.

Teacup puppy or dog of any size. Credit cards are accepted here at teacup puppies store and we also ship if you are far away. You are welcome to come and visit any teacup puppy that you might be interested in. We also have beautiful French Bulldogs and other tiny breeds. If you don't find the teacup puppy that you are looking for on our website, please send us an email with the exact description that you are looking for because we can find that perfect baby for you. Teacup Puppies Teacup Maltese, Teacup Yorkies, Teacup Chihuhuas Miami, miami FloridaThe issues with these dogs begin before they are even born. Teacup dogs can naturally occur as “runts of the litter,” but more often they’re the product of intentionally breeding two undersized dogs. Because the mother dog is so small, she can only whelp a couple of puppies at most and there’s a greatly increased chance of complications. In other words, breeding teacups is extra risky for both the mother and the puppies.One of the hottest commodities currently on the market are so-called teacup dogs. These dogs are miniature versions of already-small breeds such as the Beagle, Maltese, Chihuahua, or . They’re smaller than any officially recognized dog breed, generally weighing four pounds or less at maturity.Small dogs are certainly easier for people living in apartments and unable to give a larger dog the exercise it needs. There are many breeds that are naturally ten pounds or less including the Chihuahua, the toy poodle, and the Yorkshire terrier. Is there really a need for a dog smaller than that? Responsible breeders and national breed clubs will tell you that there is no such thing as a “teacup” dog. Animals sold as teacup dogs are really just undersized examples of their breed. Sometimes the occasional individual occurs naturally in a litter that will never reach a normal size but many times unscrupulous breeders and puppy mills are purposefully breeding undersized dogs regardless of the health consequences.