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White Teacup Poodle Full Grown

 White Teacup Poodle Full Grown

The Teacup Poodle is one of the smallest dogs out there. These tiny little pups are loyal and loving and can fit just about anywhere! Because of their tiny size they can adapt to a number of different spaces, so it doesn’t matter if your apartment is small or your house is big. Also intelligent, the Teacup Poodle will keep you on your toes and carries many of the same characteristics as their standard sized parents.

If you’re interested in learning more about this adorable little doggie, read on below as we cover their history, their characteristics and what living with one of these Poodles is like.

HISTORY OF THE TEACUP POODLE

A Teacup Poodle is not a purebred dog breed registered with a kennel club and is not recognized by the American Kennel Club (AKC). This breed is selectively bred and is a variation of the Toy Poodle. The only difference between the Toy Poodle and the Teacup Poodle is their size, so we can look to the Toy Poodle for a lot of information about the Teacup.

BREED ORIGIN

The Poodle is one of the most popular dogs in the world and is in fact one of the oldest pure bred dogs. These dogs originated in Germany and were originally bred to be a working and gun dog that made the perfect hunting dog. The Poodle has a waterproof coat and great retrieving talents.

Nowadays, this breed is more known as a lapdog rather than a working dog. They are bred in smaller breeds so that more people can enjoy having a Poodle as a best friend. The Teacup variation of this breed has been selectively bred from the Toy Poodle and must be under 9 inches in height and less than 6 pounds in weight to qualify as a Teacup.

CHARACTERISTICS OF THE TEACUP POODLE

The main characteristic of this dog is their size. Teacup puppies are normally born in litters of one to two, although occasionally there can be more.

They weigh around 2 pounds when born and will only grow to around 5 pounds once fully grown. They also are always under 9 inches in height.

If you’re looking to buy a Teacup Poodle, you will be looking at a price of around $2,000 to $2,500. This is because of the selective breeding process and the fact that there are fewer dogs in every litter.

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