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At Allenglenteacuppups, we breed and sale teacup and toy dog breeds. We breed and sale teacup Pomerania puppies, teacup Yorkie puppies, and teacup/ toy Poodle puppies.

We are  community of Puppies lovers whose mission is to make lives better by placing healthy puppies into happy homes. The Puppies brand, with puppies at the center, is rooted in the belief that dogs should be celebrated, and owners deserve to experience trust, confidence and transparency when searching for their new companions.

With a screened and vetted network of responsible breeders, Our  Puppies makes fetching your new best friend a simple and enjoyable experience. Our  Puppies uses a personalized approach that caters to the needs of those in search of a new furry friend as well as the breeders who are looking for their puppies’ forever homes. Each breeder within the Our  Puppies community is held to the highest standards, with health and safety for all dogs (not just puppies) as top priorities. Following a comprehensive, proprietary screening process, less than 10 percent of breeders who begin the Our  Puppies review process are invited to join the exclusive community — ensuring that both two- and four-legged friends receive a premium experience that is seamless and quality-driven.

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Toy Poodle Breed Information
The Poodle is best known for being one of the smartest breeds in the world! The Poodle’s country of origin is listed as France, but the breed’s true origin is the subject of dispute in the dog world. Some experts believe that the Poodle may have originated in Russia, while others believe it was Germany, as the breed’s name comes from the German word pudel, which is short for pudelhund or “splashing dog.” This refers to the Poodle’s original use as a water bird retriever.

Many sources believe that the Poodle’s show clips evolved from working clips, which provided warmth to major joints while the rest of the body was shaved down for less drag in the water. However, most sources agree that the French are responsible for developing the modern Poodle into its current three sizes, all determined by shoulder height: standard, miniature, and toy.

The Poodle is an elegant breed, taking top honors in many show rings of today. Poodles are intelligent, alert, and active. Historically, their aptitude has made them ideal for performing in circuses across the globe for centuries. Otherwise notable is the Poodle’s keen sense of instinctual behavior. In particular, marking and hunting drives are more readily observable in Poodle’s than in most other breeds. Even Toy Poodles will point birds.

Poodles are extremely people-oriented dogs, generally eager to please, and make excellent watchdogs! Poodles are adaptable, easy to train, and learn very quickly! Potty training can be difficult with many dogs, but not with the Poodle. Poodles are hypoallergenic and have hair–not fur–so they don’t shed, and have little to no dander. This makes the Poodle a great pet for anyone who suffers from allergies!

 

TEACUP YORKIE INFORMATIOM

Teacup Yorkie is a smaller version of the same pure breed Yorkie, also known as Toy Yorkie or Micro Yorkshire Terrier. It’s a tiny dog breed at about 5 to 7 inches tall, weighing between 2 to 4 pounds. The average lifespan of the Teacup Yorkie is around 12 years.

If you have the time and patience to handle that, they’re most certainly worth adopting. They’re adorable companions!

Tips to Help You Care for Your Teacup Yorkie Pup

You need to monitor your puppy very carefully. Particularly within the first two weeks of getting him. It’s essential that you make a special effort to note how much he eats, drinks, whether he has enough energy to play, and how regularly he goes to the toilet. Teacup Yorkies suffer from hypoglycemia so any changes to the above could be an indicator that a fatal seizure is imminent.

Don’t allow your Teacup Yorkie access to the entirety of your house straight away. Instead, designate a specific room where they’ll feel warm and comfortable. It’s best for them to adjust to their new surroundings gradually, so he doesn’t get too overwhelmed. Teacup Yorkies are easily panicked, be sure to ease them in.

Offer him a comfortable, cozy bed he can climb on and off of easily. It’s of paramount importance your Toy Yorkshire Terrier pup isn’t forced to jump to reach his sleeping area. Their bones are fragile and easily break, the last thing you want is a nasty accident. This also means you shouldn’t leave him alone with furniture he could jump from, i.e., a chair or a sofa.

Keep your eyes peeled. These dogs are incredibly small, so they’re easy to trip over and accidentally kick if you don’t see them coming. Take particular care when walking around your home.

If your Teacup Yorkie is between 4 to 8 weeks old, you shouldn’t bath him. Instead, use baby wipes or a damp towel to clean him gently. After you’ve washed your pup, dry him thoroughly. This is vital because they get very cold, quickly. This can be dangerous as well as uncomfortable for your puppy.

Teacup Yorkies hardly shed so their coats are super easy to maintain and they considered “hypoallergenic

​Teacup Pomeranian Breed Information

Pomeranians are fluffy, loyal and look like a teddy bear. The Pomeranian’s features have consistently made them one of America’s favorite breeds for decades. Recently, however, owners are seeking tinier versions of this already toy-sized pup – with this, the teacup Pomeranian came on the scene, awing hopeful dog owners with promises of an uber small dog that can fit in the palm of your hand. And no, they are not just some type of unique Pomeranian mix.

There is some mystery and controversy surrounding these teacup pups, mainly due to their health issues and the questionable breeding practices used to achieve a “teacup” dog. But that doesn’t mean they are any less of a popular breed. In fact, you could argue that they have become more popular because of their unique traits!

Below we are going to cover all aspects of the Teacup Pom, and what you can expect if you decide to bring one into your home as a family pet. Let’s dive in to see if this miniature dog is worth all the fuss!