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 These are wonder fun tips that you can read and use about the puppies you can find at Teacup Puppies Store and other places that have teacup puppies for sale.  This Teacup puppy Care information will assist you in the first several weeks with your new Teacup Puppy (Teacup Yorkies, Teacup Maltese, Teacup Pomeranian, Teacup Chihuahuas, Teacup Poodle puppies, French Bulldog). Due to their small size teacup puppies must replenish their energy more than larger dogs.    The only way of doing this is to ensure that your teacup puppy gets nourishment from food.    Teacup puppies eat very small amounts of food at a time, they are not like the larger dogs that can eat twice a day.   It is important not to change the type of food that your teacup puppy is eating in the first two weeks.   If you decide to change the food, ensure that you do it slowly by mixing the new food each day until you gradually make the change.  Please note that if you drastically change the food it can make the puppy not feel well.

The first thing to remember is that a teacup puppy is stressed when they are moved from environments.   Remember that the teacup puppy has been taken away from their mom and siblings and brought to a new home with strangers.    It is important that you try to make it a safe, quiet and peaceful environment for your new puppy.    Please treat him like a newborn.    Refrain from loud noises, screaming and keep the new teacup puppy at home

Please refrain from taking the puppy out to the mall, workplace or to visit family or friends in the first two weeks because they stress a lot.

Teacup Puppy Playtime:   Please ensure that your teacup puppy,  (Teacup Yorkies, Teacup Maltese, Teacup Pomeranian, Teacup Chihuahuas, Teacup Poodle puppies, French Bulldog) has 10 minutes of play time twice a day.  Please refrain the teacup puppy from running around longer.   Teacup puppies can get a sugar attack if they run too much at first.  Let the puppy adjust to your house for two weeks before you allow more play time.

T-cups should be left in a confined area.  This is very important because it will help you housebreak the puppy easier.   We recommend that you purchase a play pen  and place the teacup puppy inside.   Keep food, water and training pads in there. Please ensure that the training pad in away from the food.   You can also keep your teacup puppy in the kitchen or bathroom. Do not let the puppy run loose in your house until they are a little older as they may loose track of where their food is.  

Do not leave a teacup puppy unattended unless he is in his playpen or in a confined, safe area. 

Kids and Teacup Puppies:   Kids should be watched closely at first. Ensure that if a child wants to hold the teacup puppy, he/she should sit on the floor.  Sometimes teacup puppies tend to jump out of people's hands and if they fall it can result in a head injury that can cause death.  If the child is on the floor then the chance of this happening is much lower.  

What is hypoglycemia in Teacup Puppies?   This is a sugar attack which is lack of nutrition.   Teacup puppies, (Teacup Yorkies, Teacup Maltese, Teacup Pomeranian, Teacup Chihuahuas, Teacup Poodle puppies, French Bulldog) are not problematic but they can't skip meals.    One thing that might help is a paste called Nutrical.   This can be given twice a day to the teacup puppy for the first month. Please refrain from giving this paste more than twice a day as this may make the puppy sick.  

If the teacup puppy stops eating, you should buy chicken and rice baby food and give approx. 1/3 of the bottle every four hours or so.  Keep doing this until the puppy starts to eat.  Once the teacup puppy starts to eat on his/her own, then gradually hand feed less until the puppy is eating on his own.  

The most important thing is to make sure that you keep food and water next to your Teacup Puppy at all times.  This will prevent hypoglycemia (low sugar) caused by not enough food intake.  This is dangerous and can be very harmful to a teacup puppy.. 

Symptoms of hypoglycemia: 

Hypoglycemia can occur without warning specially in the morning.  It can happen to any healthy puppy and it can be very scary.  It is important to educate yourself in case of an emergency.

Things to look for:   Teacup puppies get very sleepy or don't want to play.  They can act weak, tired, walking with an unstable gait as if they were drunk, falling over, laying on their side paddling with their little feet and being unable to get up.    In very severe cases they can just lay on their side and be totally unresponsive. 

 

If you see any of the above symptoms you need to act IMMEDIATELY.  If the puppy is not given some kind of nutrition containing sugar, the puppy can go into a coma and this can result in death.    You can give honey, karo syrup, pancake syrup, sugar water to the teacup puppy.    Give several doses until the puppy gets better. You can give 7 cc of this or so.   Once you feed some on this to the teacup puppy he/she should start to feel better within 10 minutes.   Consult your veterinarian.

 

Once you do this procedure  the puppy should start to look normal.  Do not trust this because he will go down soon again unless you follow with food.    The best thing is to buy baby food and give 1/3 of the jar every 4 hours until the teacup puppy starts eating on his own.   Please consult with your veterinarian on how much food to give your teacup puppy because it all depends on their weight.

 

If your teacup puppy does not respond with any improvement within 10 minutes after the sugar intake or appears unresponsive,  take him immediately to the closest veterinarian.  In severe cases, if their sugar drops too far it is necessary for them to receive (dextrose) from the veterinarian.   In some extreme cases the veterinarian might give the teacup puppy intravenous IV.   Make sure that you tell your vet that you think that puppy might be having a sugar attack and specifically ask for a shot of (dextrose) before he does anything else.  Ask them to hand feed the teacup puppy as well.(Teacup Yorkies, Teacup Maltese, Teacup Pomeranian, Teacup Chihuahuas, Teacup Poodle puppies, French Bulldog)

 

 

BRINGING YOUR TEACUP HOME- MORE REFERENCES  (Teacup Yorkies, Teacup Maltese, Teacup Pomeranian, Teacup Chihuahuas, Teacup Poodle puppies, French Bulldog)

 

When you have decided on a new Teacup Puppy, make sure to take a little time to prepare for the puppy by "puppy-proofing" you home and making a safe place for this new family member.

1. Some Teacup Puppies chew on anything available to them. Have a few safe toys available and move other objects where they cannot reach them. For example, keep shoes in a closed closet and items picked up off the floor. 

2. Puppy space: Give your Teacup Puppy a bed and a regular place to sleep. Have water and food dishes available at all times.  Remember that Teacup Puppies do not twice a day.  They eat little bits at a time. It is important that you do not remove their food so they do not get a sugar attack.  

As you are housetraining, keep a lot of newspaper or training pads around and place the Teacup Puppy on it, especially after meals, to train him to go potty on the newspaper and not the rug. As they learn, cut back on the amount of paper and keep taking them out outside to do their business. Use a baby gate to confine your Teacup Puppy to spaces for their use to prevent accidents all over the house.  You can also use the bathroom or kitchen area for confinment.

3. Be prepared to have a few trips to the veterinarian. Locate a vet in your area and a place to take your Teacup puppy in for a health checkup and the appropriate shots necessary for his or her age. Your vet will give you a schedule of necessary shots and other health suggestions.

4. Realize that your Teacup Puppy's happiness and future behavior is in your hands. Plan to train and socialize the puppy so that they behave properly. Plan to leave your Teacup puppy alone for periods of time so that there is not an overdependence on people being around all the time.

The most important thing to remember is that Teacup Puppies need to eat.   Try to keep your puppy at home after your purchase him for the first two weeks.  Please refrain from visiting friends, relatives or taking the puppy out to malls.    Be patient and ensure that he has had enough time to adapt well therefore you do not stress your Teacup Puppy at first.  

SOCIALIZATION FOR TEACUP PUPPIES

 

Socialization for  Teacup Puppies and dogs is very important. Teacup Puppies and juvenile dogs that are not provided enough socialization in early years can develop high levels of aggression towards other dogs, other pets and even people. Other puppies that are not properly socialized may become very timid and easily frightened, which also can lead to aggression if these puppies feel cornered or trapped.

 

Birth to three months

Puppies and Teacup Puppies actually learn their first socialization lessons from the first day that they are born. They learn to communicate to their mother and littermates through vocalization and physical contact and come to find comfort in being with and a part of the litter. This is very important especially before the tiny puppies open their eyes and are able to move about a bit better.

After approximately three weeks the Teacup puppies are more active and playful and interested in exploring. They don't go far without the rest of their pack and they learn that they can be secure in their environment. The puppy becomes more confident and is more likely to venture out on his or her own, but never very far from the mother and littermates.

As the Teacup puppy matures up to about 12-14 weeks of age they are really learning about socialization principles. Through playing with the other puppies they are learning bite inhibition, how to communicate and how to understand what the pack hierarchy is. They learn how to interact with the other puppies as well as the other dogs they are exposed too.

These Teacup puppies learn that they are safe and secure and start to gain their own confidence and understanding of the world. When puppies are removed from their litter and mother too soon they become either aggressive or timid in their attempts to figure out their place in the family. Puppies that are taken away from the litter before eight weeks are typically very difficult to train and may have separation anxiety problems as they mature.

It is very important for socialization opportunities that are safe and controlled to continually occur for the puppy and for young dogs. It is absolutely critical that puppies not be overly stressed or fearful during the socialization stage as this can impact their future development. Owners can help to effectively socialize puppies and dogs by:

Taking them into different environments under safe conditions. For example walking in the front yard instead of the backyard once the puppy or dog is comfortable on a leash.


Introducing the new people to friends and family members when they come to visit rather than putting the Teacup Puppy in a separate room or area of the house.


Allowing the Teacup puppy to meet other, friendly, well-trained dogs and puppies. Only do this after the puppy has completed the full set of puppy vaccinations.

 

Take the puppy to the park, walk them at different times of the day so they see different people, and experience traffic once they are leash trained.

 

Allow the Teacup puppy to stop and sniff and investigate new things. Encourage them to learn about their environment and understand that new things, objects, pets and people are not a threat.


Take socialization slowly, start small and quiet and work towards large and noisy. A quiet street is a great start but walking along a major traffic area is likely to be far too intimidating for a puppy until they are more comfortable with passing traffic.

 

Consider a puppy or dog obedience class as a way to combine socialization with learning in a controlled and safe environment.



If you can't take your Teacup puppy or dog to a class there are some ways to encourage socialization right in your own area. Try taking the pupy with you at least one walk a week to somewhere you have never gone before. If the dog or puppy is very nervous or timid or even aggressive, start with quiet areas such as walking paths or even a hike in the country. As the puppy or dog becomes more confident, start moving to a more busy area such as a city street or even a public park that allows dogs. At this time it is important to keep the dog or puppy on a leash to prevent them from becoming nervous or frightened and running off. If the puppy starts to try to turn and run, go to it and provide comfort. As soon as the puppy is calm repeat the exercise or encourage the puppy to look around. Do not take the puppy immediately out of the area or away from the situation. This will simply reinforce that being timid or aggressive gets him or her out of the socialization training, which is opposite of what you are trying to do.

Remember that socialization is a gradual process and all puppies will be somewhat scared of new things. Take your new Teacup puppy with you whenever possible and let him or her get to experience all kinds of new smells, sights and sounds. Introduce your puppy to cats, birds, and other pets. Cats that are familiar with dogs are usually pretty accepting of puppies, however it is important to very closely supervise this interaction. If you don't have a dog friendly cat in your home, ask around and see if a neighbor, friend or co-worker may have a cat you could allow you puppy to socialize with. If you live in the country don't forget to let them learn about sheep, cattle, horses or other livestock in the area. Puppies that are well socialized are less likely to become problems with chasing livestock, a big consideration if you live in the country.

Finally, don't forget about kids. If you don't have children in your house be sure to find a friend or family member that has dog-friendly kids and let your puppy spend some time socializing with children that are experienced with dogs and Teacup  puppies.  pomeranian breeders

 

 

TEACUP PUPPY - TRAINING TIPS

TEACHING EYE CONTACT

Teaching eye contact to your Teacup Puppy can provide a way to have a quick response to your commands and if done properly, it will be easy and beneficial. It is a great way to gain control quickly to protect your Teacup Puppy, order restraint and basically command obedience when it is needed. With some patience and practice, your dog will be giving you eye contact when you call his or her name.

Puppies tend to respond better to movements than when you are standing still and working this exercise. Have a few treats with you in a pocket or in your hand where the dog cannot see them. Call your pets name and move quickly away from the dog. Immediately give praise and a treat when the Teacup Puppy moves with you. When you hand out the treat, place it between your eyes and the dogs eyes. Your dog will be looking at the treat, but will also see your eyes. In time your dog will be giving you eye contact because of the association with the treat. Praise the puppy each time an eye contact response is given.

You�ll need to practice this sequence several times. Make sure you do these activities in this order: say the name of the Teacup Puppy, move quickly so that the dog follows your movement, give verbal praise, pull out the treat and show it between your eyes and the puppy�s eyes, and then give the treat. This is an activity that will happen quickly. Use treats for a period of time, then consider using a favorite toy to keep the pattern the way you want it to be. Alternate between giving a treat, giving a toy or only giving praise.

Your praise is important to the Puppy.

 

 

SIT TRAINING TIPS FOR TEACUP PUPPIES   (Teacup Yorkies, Teacup Maltese, Teacup Pomeranian, Teacup Chihuahuas, Teacup Poodle puppies, French Bulldog)

Teacup Puppies of any age can be taught to sit. It just takes a little patience and a few clever techniques. Begin with a handful of treats that your Teacup Puppy likes. Put a leash on your Teacup Puppy so that you have him in front of you.

Holding a treat in one hand, place it close to your Teacup Puppy's nose, but out of reach of him jumping up and grabbing it. Move the treat slowly up over his head. The plan is to lure him into the sitting position and use a hand signal to do it, as you say, �sit.� As soon as he sits, say �yes!� Give them the treat and praise them gently so that they will not get too excited and jump up.

Another way to teach your Teacup Puppy  to sit is to have the treat in your hand and push his bottom to the floor while you say �sit.� You need to immediately give him a treat to reward his behavior. When he sees he is rewarded, he will respond as you continue to practice this teaching method. When he responds consistently to your command to sit, he will expect a treat each time. This will be the time to back off on rewards and praise. Only praise and reward him every third time. As you praise him less and less for sitting on command, he will begin to obey without being rewarded and you will have accomplished your goal.

 

 

TEACHING YOUR TEACUP PUPPY TO COME

Most Teacup Puppies and dogs are eager to be with their masters, so teaching them to come is not too difficult. A �teenage� Teacup Puppy is still more of a puppy and may think you just want to play and romp, so he may run back and forth. Let him play a little, then get down to business.

First, you will need to put a collar and leash on your puppy if he is fairly active. Without holding the leash tight, stand a few steps away and call �come!� Praise him when he comes to you. You may even want to offer a treat to the dog a few times and praise him when he comes. When you repeat this exercise over and over, it will become natural for the Teacup Puppy to obey. As your dog begins to obey regularly to this command, remove the leash and cut back on the treats and praise

The objective is to teach your pet to be a great, pleasant companion who will obey your commands. You, the owner, need to have authority over the Teacup Puppy. Keep in mind, however, that that puppies can become easily distracted, so be patient with them as you train them and keep working on the same techniques. Practice these techniques and you will be rewarded with a happy dog.

 

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Puppy Training And Leash Training

 

For dog lovers, puppy training is the first responsibility that comes with acquiring a new puppy. Bringing a puppy home is a wonderful experience that comes with responsibilities, like bringing home a new born baby.  With patience and love you can accomplish anything.   Puppies are willing to learn and love you back.

Puppy training should begin as soon as the puppy sets feet in the house. This is quite different from adult dog house training. It requires basic dog obedience training and teaching the dog new old tricks plus, dog leash training using dog training commands. You can get useful information from online dog training to assist you with this.


The best time to begin dog leash training using positive reinforcement is as soon as a puppy is old enough to be taken in to your home. Positive reinforcement means that you should praise and reward your dog greatly for all commands it accomplishes right. Dog training is fun if you have the professional course outline for use at home for positive dog training.

Taking your puppy on a leash walk teaches it to learn how to follow you without breaking out of your hold. The leash is used to teach dog come, teach dog sit, toilet train dog. The leach is a unique dog training aid that goes a long way to ensure dog obedience training is successful while you train a dog at home.

Your puppy will get the needed exercise during leash training, and also learn to urinate or defecate outside as you walk it. A lot of discipline is instilled in the dog during leash training because this is when your puppy is tempted to break lose and really be a free spirited dog by negating dog puppy training commands. Train your dog on a leash for quick positive results.

It is had to talk puppy training without the leash as an important dog training tool. It is the leash that allows you to really put the puppy under control as you walk it and teach it to walk with you and not to be distracted or form the habit of wandering away from you to do doggy things.

If you fail to train your puppy, all the bad habits that are natural to dogs will remain with it and make your relationship unsatisfactory. Basic dog obedience is your responsibility to teach your puppy as soon as possible. Puppy training is usually a house training affair, and dog obedience that is the expected result may become illusive if you lack the basics of proper dog house training.

 

Is your Teacup Puppy Eating his Poop?

 

Nobody is absolutely sure why some puppies and Teacup Puppies  eat their own feces. Some feel there are ingredients in the feces that have nutritional value. It is unlikely there is a deficiency in a puppy�s diet if he is being fed any name brand food.    Many will describe puppies eating their poop (aka coprophagy) as natural behavior but it's still a disgusting habit with possible health implications for you or your pet.

 Some Teacup puppies left confined in crates or cages for long periods may eat their own feces due to boredom. Puppies should not be left in a crate all day. If a puppy cannot be taken out of his crate to eliminate during the day, he should be confined to a small room with his cage door open. Place newspapers on the floor so if he has to eliminate he can leave his crate and go on the papers.  A product called Nutrical also can cause a puppy to eat his feces.   We recommend to stop giving the product to see if he stops.  

Worms or disease can be spread when puppies eat the feces of other Puppies. Feces of other puppies or animals may also contain fly larvae, fungus, or intestinal parasites.  The longer you allow this filthy practice to continue, the harder it is to put a stop to it.

If your Teacup puppy is eating his own or another animal�s feces, you must catch him in the act and try to startle him as soon as he even sniffs the feces. I prefer to use a hand-held air-horn. You can also use a can with pebbles or a loud noise to startle him. Don�t let him know you are the one making the noise. If he associates you with the noise, he will wait until you are not around to eat the feces. Picking up the feces before he has a chance to reach them is the best prevention.

You must be persistent and pay close attention to stop this bad habit. 

 

Why Do Teacup Puppies or Large Dogs Eat Their Poop?

There are several theories on the reasons Teacup puppies eat their feces. It is thought that some of the main reasons are:


*Teacup Puppies may have a vitamin or mineral deficiency, or other medical condition which can prompt eating of feces, or they may simply like the taste or eat it out of boredom, believe it or not.  

*Your Teacup Puppy's food may be too high in calories or low in fiber, affecting digestion.

*If a Teacup puppy is punished for pooping in the house, he might be eating the 'evidence'.

*Overfeeding may cause your puppy to eat his feces because he hasn't digested all the food properly. Therefore the poo still smells and possibly tastes the same as his dinner.

How can I Stop My Teacup Puppy or Dog from Eating Poop?


There are certain methods you can use to stop dog coprophagia. Keep basics in mind such as getting your dogs wormed regularly, having their vaccinations up to date, and feeding them a well balanced- nutritious meal.

 *Use a pet product from your veterinarian that is specially designed for this common problem.

  *Add a little Pineapple, Pumpkin, or Spinach to your Teacup Puppy's meal. Apparently these things taste horrible in the poop. Alternatively, you can try putting a repellant substance like hot pepper or tabasco sauce directly onto the feces to make it unpleasant to eat.

SOCIALIZATION FOR TEACUP PUPPIES

 

Socialization for  Teacup Puppies and dogs is very important. Teacup Puppies and juvenile dogs that are not provided enough socialization in early years can develop high levels of aggression towards other dogs, other pets and even people. Other puppies that are not properly socialized may become very timid and easily frightened, which also can lead to aggression if these puppies feel cornered or trapped.

 

Birth to three months

Puppies and Teacup Puppies actually learn their first socialization lessons from the first day that they are born. They learn to communicate to their mother and littermates through vocalization and physical contact and come to find comfort in being with and a part of the litter. This is very important especially before the tiny puppies open their eyes and are able to move about a bit better.

After approximately three weeks the Teacup puppies are more active and playful and interested in exploring. They don't go far without the rest of their pack and they learn that they can be secure in their environment. The puppy becomes more confident and is more likely to venture out on his or her own, but never very far from the mother and littermates.

As the Teacup puppy matures up to about 12-14 weeks of age they are really learning about socialization principles. Through playing with the other puppies they are learning bite inhibition, how to communicate and how to understand what the pack hierarchy is. They learn how to interact with the other puppies as well as the other dogs they are exposed too.

These Teacup puppies learn that they are safe and secure and start to gain their own confidence and understanding of the world. When puppies are removed from their litter and mother too soon they become either aggressive or timid in their attempts to figure out their place in the family. Puppies that are taken away from the litter before eight weeks are typically very difficult to train and may have separation anxiety problems as they mature.

It is very important for socialization opportunities that are safe and controlled to continually occur for the puppy and for young dogs. It is absolutely critical that puppies not be overly stressed or fearful during the socialization stage as this can impact their future development. Owners can help to effectively socialize puppies and dogs by:

Taking them into different environments under safe conditions. For example walking in the front yard instead of the backyard once the puppy or dog is comfortable on a leash.


Introducing the new people to friends and family members when they come to visit rather than putting the Teacup Puppy in a separate room or area of the house.


Allowing the Teacup puppy to meet other, friendly, well-trained dogs and puppies. Only do this after the puppy has completed the full set of puppy vaccinations.

 

Take the puppy to the park, walk them at different times of the day so they see different people, and experience traffic once they are leash trained.

 

Allow the Teacup puppy to stop and sniff and investigate new things. Encourage them to learn about their environment and understand that new things, objects, pets and people are not a threat.


Take socialization slowly, start small and quiet and work towards large and noisy. A quiet street is a great start but walking along a major traffic area is likely to be far too intimidating for a puppy until they are more comfortable with passing traffic.

 

Consider a puppy or dog obedience class as a way to combine socialization with learning in a controlled and safe environment.



If you can't take your Teacup puppy or dog to a class there are some ways to encourage socialization right in your own area. Try taking the pupy with you at least one walk a week to somewhere you have never gone before. If the dog or puppy is very nervous or timid or even aggressive, start with quiet areas such as walking paths or even a hike in the country. As the puppy or dog becomes more confident, start moving to a more busy area such as a city street or even a public park that allows dogs. At this time it is important to keep the dog or puppy on a leash to prevent them from becoming nervous or frightened and running off. If the puppy starts to try to turn and run, go to it and provide comfort. As soon as the puppy is calm repeat the exercise or encourage the puppy to look around. Do not take the puppy immediately out of the area or away from the situation. This will simply reinforce that being timid or aggressive gets him or her out of the socialization training, which is opposite of what you are trying to do.

Remember that socialization is a gradual process and all puppies will be somewhat scared of new things. Take your new Teacup puppy with you whenever possible and let him or her get to experience all kinds of new smells, sights and sounds. Introduce your puppy to cats, birds, and other pets. Cats that are familiar with dogs are usually pretty accepting of puppies, however it is important to very closely supervise this interaction. If you don't have a dog friendly cat in your home, ask around and see if a neighbor, friend or co-worker may have a cat you could allow you puppy to socialize with. If you live in the country don't forget to let them learn about sheep, cattle, horses or other livestock in the area. Puppies that are well socialized are less likely to become problems with chasing livestock, a big consideration if you live in the country.

Finally, don't forget about kids. If you don't have children in your house be sure to find a friend or family member that has dog-friendly kids and let your puppy spend some time socializing with children that are experienced with dogs and Teacup  puppies.

 

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