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How To Take Care Of Your Teacup Puppy

How to Take Care of Your Teacup Puppy

While teacup puppies are undeniably adorable, they still require lots of care and attention. Having a puppy can be a lot of work for any breed of dog. Learn what is involved in caring for a teacup puppy to see if getting one is a good match for you.

Constant Care
Teacup puppies cannot be left alone for long periods of time, especially when they are very young. They need to be fed extremely often, every 3-4 hours, as teacup breeds are very susceptible to low blood sugar. On top of that, they need careful supervision. Because they are so small, they can get stuck or crawl into dangerous places much more easily. So, if you are gone at work 8-10 hours a day, then having a teacup puppy probably is not the best option. However, for someone who wants a dog as a constant companion, or emotional support animal, a teacup puppy will be the perfect fit.

Quiet Environment
Teacup puppies require a tremendous amount of sleep, up to 14-15 hours a day. If your house is loud and busy most of the time, your puppy might not be able to get enough rest. Teacup puppies also do not mix well with large dogs or small children. They will try to play with your larger dogs or pets, not realizing they are too small and end up getting injured. Because they are small and fragile, they require careful handling; something kids might not understand. Teacup puppies are best for people with calm, peaceful lives.

Regular Vet Visits
Due to their small size, teacup puppies may be prone to health issues like hypoglycemia, low bone density, and heart and lung issues. It is essential to regularly take your teacup puppy to the vet to ensure that it stays happy and healthy. When they are well cared for, teacup dogs can live up to fifteen years. They are bred to have very companionable personalities, making them the perfect new addition to the family.

In conclusion, taking care of a teacup puppy requires some work and careful attention. They must be fed often, watched carefully, and have plenty of time to rest. Dropping them or playing too roughly with them can cause serious injury, so exercise caution when handling them. It is also important to pay careful attention to their health and wellbeing.

However, on top of being incredibly adorable, teacup puppies have delightful personalities and make great companions. They are a fantastic choice of pet if you are looking for a dog who will stay by your side at all times. If you are looking to adopt one, check out our selection at Puppy Therapy. We have teacup Yorkies, poodles, chihuahuas, Pomeranians, and more. Contact us, and we will gladly help walk you through the adoption process.

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