Tea Cup Breeders
Teacup dogs, also known as pocket dogs, are dogs that are smaller than the average size dog in that particular breed according to the American Kennel Club. These dogs, therefore pocket dogs, are small enough to fit in your pocket. Common dogs that are purebred include the Malti Poo, Maltese, Chihuahua, Yorkshire Terrier, Morkie, French Bull Dog, Poodle, Pomeranian, and Shih Tzu. Since these dogs are in high demand, prices tend to be higher than for a normal size dog in that particular breed. Therefore, if you decide to breed these types of dogs, you can earn a lot of money from them.
Why are these dogs so popular? For one thing, they are the cutest dogs out there! Everyone stops and admires these dogs so people will buy them to make them popular. Also, people love the puppy phase, and teacup dogs seem to be in the puppy phase their entire lives, while normal-sized dogs are only in it for about a month. For those people who love to cuddle, this is the perfect dog for them. They can easily sit on people’s laps when they are on the couch or snuggle next to them when they sleep. Also, people can easily take these dogs with them on car trips, trips to the grocery store, and vacations. With these dogs, people can avoid those loud barks from larger dogs when a stranger walks through the front door. Lastly, teacup dogs are much easier to train than normal-sized dogs and their poop is much smaller. Who wouldn’t love a teacup dog?
Before you start breeding teacup dogs, you need to prepare your house or apartment. Make a room or a large area where the mother can have her babies and the puppies can begin to crawl. Be prepared to have tons of blankets so that the mother can be as comfortable as possible during labor and so that she can change them when they get dirty. Once you find a male and female teacup dog, take them to a vet who will artificially inseminate the female with the male’s sperm or allow the male and female to do so on their own. Approximately 28 days after insemination, the vet can officially see if the female is pregnant. At that time, ask your veterinarian what is the best diet and care for the pregnant female. Just before birth, the female’s temperature will drop a few degrees, and within 24 hours you’ll have cute teacup dogs. Immediately after birth, puppies should be suckled and kept warm through the use of blankets. The mother and her cubs should be examined by a veterinarian shortly after birth for vaccination and examination. After 2 to 4 weeks, begin offering puppy formula to the puppies to divert them from the mother’s milk, and you can slowly start adding hard or soft food to the milk as the puppies grow older. Finally, you can start preparing houses for the puppies and earn money!