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*Comprehensive Health Guarantee. Our commitment to your satisfaction extends beyond standard guarantees, demonstrating our confidence in the quality of our puppies.

*Years of Experience. With extensive experience in raising puppies, we possess the knowledge necessary to provide top-notch care.

*Thoughtful Transition Process. We prioritize the well-being of our puppies, ensuring they are fully prepared for their new homes before leaving our care.

*Premium Vaccination and Deworming. We only utilize the highest quality supplies for the health and safety of our puppies.

*Educational Support. We offer extensive guidance to facilitate a smooth transition for your new companion, including recommendations for essential supplies.

*Focus on Well-being. Our dedication to the emotional and physical health of our animals results in happy, well-socialized puppies.

*Customer Satisfaction. Many of our clients return for additional puppies, and our reputation is bolstered by their referrals and testimonials. Visit our reference testimonial page for further assurance.

Feel free to reach out to Teacup Poodle Hub via Email (teacuppoodleshub@gmail.com), or email directly through our website.

Rest assured! Our puppies are all non-shedding, hypoallergenic, and free from body oil or dander.

I frequently receive inquiries about the gender preference when adopting a puppy. In my experience, both males and females exhibit equal levels of intelligence, and I’ve observed no significant difference in potty training between the two. Concerns about female menstruation or male territorial marking can be alleviated by having your puppy spayed or neutered around six months of age, effectively eliminating these potential issues.

Females:


– Live longer, healthier lives
– Reduce risk of uterine infections and breast cancer, especially if spayed before first heat
– No heat cycles means no bleeding
– Contribute to pet overpopulation prevention
– Eliminate risk of unwanted pregnancies

 

Males:


– Prevent testicular cancer if neutered before 6 months
– Decrease marking territory and spraying
– Exhibit better behavior
– Prevent unwanted pregnancies
– Reduce roaming tendencies, lowering risk of fights and traffic injuries
– Contribute to pet overpopulation prevention
– Spaying or neutering does not cause weight gain.

Puppies must be between 8 to 11 weeks old before they can join their new family. Each puppy’s readiness may vary, so they will remain here until fully prepared for their new home. My priority is the welfare of the puppy, ensuring a smooth transition for both you and your new companion, without any issues upon arrival.

Feel free to visit and meet our puppies before placing a deposit. However, please note that we only showcase litters after they’ve received their second vaccination and are over 8 weeks old. Deposits are optional, not mandatory, at this stage.

This question is a common one, yet predicting a puppy’s adult size remains challenging. While we provide the weights of the parents on each puppy’s page, genetics can be unpredictable. Factors like the size of grandparents and great-grandparents can influence the outcome. Drawing from our extensive experience in raising these puppies, I can offer an estimation of their adult size. Typically, Teacup Poodles reach between 2 to 4 pounds and stand 6 to 10 inches tall at the shoulder when fully grown.

To inquire about the availability of your desired puppy, please contact me via Phone or email. We’ll discuss the entire process to ensure your comfort. Prior to making a deposit, I encourage you to review my reference/testimonial page. If you decide to proceed, kindly request my sales agreement.

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Puppy pad training requires consistency and daily repetition. Verbally communicate the commands you want your puppy to learn consistently. You have various options for house training, with one being to teach your puppy to use training pads designed for the purpose, akin to using newspapers.

 

Placement Matters: Always keep a pad in your puppy’s playpen and have an additional one in any room where they roam freely, preferably with tile or linoleum flooring for easy cleanup.

 

Signs and Schedule: Watch for signs indicating your puppy needs to relieve themselves, promptly guiding them to the pad and associating a word like “potty” or “papers” with the action. Maintain a schedule, ensuring visits to the pad upon waking, after meals, naps, playtime, and before bedtime.

 

Accidents Happen: Expect accidents as part of the learning process. If caught in the act, startle your puppy with a loud noise, then guide them to the pad and praise them for using it. If you find a mess after the fact, let it go and focus on being more vigilant next time.

Certainly! “Yes, your puppy will be current for their age on all vaccinations and de-wormings, and you will receive their health record when you pick them up.”

We ask that you schedule a comprehensive vet check within 4 days of purchasing your new puppy. This check should include a thorough wellness examination and fecal exam, without administering any vaccinations. Vaccinations are withheld during this initial period to avoid additional stress on the puppy and potential suppression of the immune system, as advised by our veterinarian. Additionally, please note that the health record provided will indicate the date for the next recommended vaccination.

Nausea may occasionally occur during car rides, especially in young puppies. However, there’s no need to worry! It’s common for puppies to experience motion sickness. Simply be prepared by bringing along a towel, soft blanket, and some baby wipes as a precaution. As your puppy grows older, they typically become more accustomed to car rides and transition into great travelers.

Teacup Poodles generally live between 12 to 15 years, although with proper care, some may live even longer.

Yes, Poodles are known for their intelligence and trainability, and Teacup Poodles are no exception. They respond well to positive reinforcement training methods.

Yes, Teacup Poodles have a thick, curly coat that requires regular grooming to prevent matting and maintain their appearance.

Teacup Poodles can be good family pets, but due to their small size, they may be more fragile and not suitable for homes with young children who may accidentally injure them. Proper socialization can help them get along well with other pets.

Teacup Poodles may be prone to certain health issues common in small dog breeds, such as dental problems, luxating patellas, and hypoglycemia. It’s essential to work with a reputable breeder and provide regular veterinary care.

Despite their small size, Teacup Poodles still require daily exercise to stay healthy and prevent obesity. Short walks and playtime indoors can suffice.

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