We are passionate lovers of the Teacup Poodle breed with 15 years experience and specialty in producing Teacup Poodles with amazing quality, health, structure, charisma, and temperament.

Teacup Poodles are extremely loving and make great companions for everyone, including individuals, families and the elderly.

History & Origin of the Teacup Poodles

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.


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.






Temperament of Teacup Poodles

The temperament of the Teacup Poodle is very similar to that of the Standard Poodle. They are extremely loving and make great companions for everyone, including individuals, families and the elderly. Because of their size, too, they fit into many different environments and will do well in apartments and in city living and also in large homes in the country or in open-spaced environments.


Their exercise needs are not great, although they do get bored very easily and do not like to be left alone. If they are left alone for too long they will begin to suffer from separation anxiety and exhibit destructive behaviors. A socialization class from a young age can help this, but you also shouldn’t purchase a Teacup Poodle if you are not going to be able to be with them for a large portion of the day.


Family Compatibility of Teacup Poodles

Poodles love humans and make great companions for everyone, including families. Because of their size, Teacup Poodles can fit into any home, whether you live in an apartment in the city of whether you live in a large house in the countryside. They do not have great exercise needs so, apart from walking them daily, they don’t need a backyard to run around in.

They love to be around you, so they are not well suited to a family that is going to be out for most of the day. That being said, they are extremely loving and a great lapdog — and small enough so you might be able to take them with you!


Training

Teacup Poodles are easy to train, which is another reason many people love these dogs. They are naturally intelligent which makes your life a lot easier, especially if you have never trained a dog before. Teacups want to learn and want to please and they respond well to positive reinforcement. This includes verbal praise and treats.

You shouldn’t use more than short five minute training sessions two or three times a day while training your Teacup Poodle. You will also need to socialize them, especially because they are small. They need to be introduced to other people and animals from a young age so they learn how to interact.


Food & Diet

Because they are small dogs, their food needs are not huge. Experts recommend that you feed your Teacup Poodle approximately 250 calories per day, which is the equivalent to approximately 1 cup of high quality dry kibble per day. You should try them on a diet that is specially formulated for toy sized breeds, so you are ensuring that they get the right nutrients.

It is important that you don’t miss a meal or underfoot your Teacup Poodle, because little dogs are more prone to hypoglycemia which can be fatal. It is recommended that you feed them their food split into four meals a day — one at 7 AM, one at 11 AM, one at 3 PM and one at 7 PM. You can also reward them with treats when they exhibit good behavior, as well as fruit snacks.


Exercise

The Teacup Poodle does not have great exercise needs, because of their size. Despite this, they still need to be walked every day. Exercising your dog can be a great way to bond with them and increase mental stimulation, as well as allowing them to experience new sights and sounds.

Experts recommend you take your Teacup Poodle for no more than a 30 minute short walk a day. It is best that you split the walk into three so they do not over exert themselves. This way you could take them in the morning, in the middle of the day and in the evening and you could vary the locations to give your dog new experiences.

Your dog will also benefit from toys at home that will increase bonding time with you. This will also give them something to play with when you have to go out and they are left alone, so they don’t end up destroying your house!

Keep in mind that a Teacup Poodle has trouble keeping warm because of their small size. If you live in a colder area, your Teacup will benefit from a sweater or jacket to keep warm!




About Hopeland Teacup Poodles






We are passionate lovers of the Teacup Poodle breed with 15 years experience and specialty in producing Teacup Poodles with amazing quality, health, structure, charisma, and temperament. We have sourced the globe for the best and most sought after bloodlines. Our goal is to produce quality pups that will be placed in loving family homes.


We have searched almost everywhere over the past decade and are happy to have been blessed with the opportunity to find and bring home some of the most exclusive bloodlines in the world.


We are working on another generation of our own productions which keeps getting better and better with every litter. We are very happy with the mark we have made in the Poodle world so far and we are thrilled with the direction of our breeding program. If you are thinking of getting a head-turning Poodle puppy that will captivate your heart, look no further.


Our puppies are all accustomed to lots of human interaction and love, they are a commitment and purchasing one, should not be taken lightly. Puppies are famously inquisitive and can be stubborn, so don’t let them get the upper hand! Our commitment to you does not end when you purchase one of our puppies. We are available to speak with you if any problem arises or if you just want to talk about the Poodle breed! Thanks for stopping by and please check out the puppies we have available on our available page.


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