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Healthy And Pretty Teacup Yorkie Pups For Sale

Our Teacup Yorkie puppies for sale are adorable, spunky little companions that are low-shed and perfect for small homes! They make excellent watchdogs and are popular among city dwellers. With a cute topknot and a big, brave personality, a Teacup Yorkie will melt hearts wherever it goes! Browse our Teacup Yorkie puppies for sale, and bring home your new best friend for life!

Welcome to Our Teacup Yorkies Puppies For Sale

“Our Teacup Yorkies Puppies” is a family breeding Yorkie dogs. Our Teacup Yorkie puppies are bred for perseverance. We believe health and temperament are the most important aspects in our breeding program and we pride ourselves in being very selective and only keep the best for our clients.

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Baxter Male

Baxter

Price: $450

Gender: Male

Age: 10 weeks

Vaccines: Up to date

Shipping: Available

Status: The puppy is still available

Dwane Male

Dwane

Price: $450

Gender: Male

Age: 10 weeks

Vaccines: Up to date

Shipping: Available

Status: The puppy is still available

Lana Female

Lana

Price: $450

Gender: Female

Age: 10 weeks

Vaccines: Up to date

Shipping: Available

Status: The puppy is still available

Teacup Yorkie is a smaller version of the same pure breed Yorkie, also known as Toy Yorkie or Micro Yorkshire Terrier. It’s a tiny dog breed at about 5 to 7 inches tall, weighing between 2 to 4 pounds. The average lifespan of the Teacup Yorkie is around 12 years. If you have the time and patience to handle that, they’re most certainly worth adopting. They’re adorable companions!

Smart and self-assured, the Yorkshire Terrier is a combination of endearingly small size and adventurous terrier spirit. The breed displays a range of personalities. Some are cuddly and perky, wanting nothing more than to follow in their people’s footsteps throughout the day. Others are mischievous, outgoing, and into everything.

Yorkies have long been labeled as the preferred companions of well-heeled, older women who wouldn’t deign to live in a building without a doorman, and who can’t bear to be late for the local arts fundraiser. Yet there aren’t enough society dames out there to account for the Yorkie’s popularity. Truth is, he appeals to a wide range of dog lovers, thanks to his shoe-button eyes and soft-to-the-touch, silky coat.

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The Yorkie is alert, trainable, and insatiably curious, making him a quintessential “big dog in a little dog’s body.” Typically weighing less than seven pounds, Yorkies are the darlings of the purse-dog set, but they also need ample time on the ground. He’ll happily take long walks, and he can be quite a determined — and boisterous — watchdog, as well.


Set limits and your Yorkie will be a wonderful companion, but if you spoil him, watch out! Start training when they’re puppies, and you’ll have much better luck than if you let them have their way and then try to correct bad habits.

His tough-minded personality aside, the Yorkie isn’t a good choice for families with small children because his own small size puts him at risk of injury. He can also be nippy with overzealous kids, aggressive with other dogs, and obstinate about house training. Consistent and structured training is a must for the Yorkie, who needs to learn that he can’t challenge every dog that crosses his path. The other obstacle: This naturally yappy guy can never be fully silenced.

Start training your Pembroke puppy the day you bring him home. Even at seven or eight weeks old, he is capable of soaking up everything you can teach him. Never wait until he is six months old to begin training, or you will have a bigger, more headstrong dog to deal with. If possible, get him into puppy kindergarten class by the time he is 10 to 12 weeks old, and socialize, socialize, socialize. However, be aware that many puppy training classes require certain vaccines (like kennel cough) to be up to date, and many veterinarians recommend limited exposure to other dogs and public places until puppy vaccines (including rabies, distemper, and parvovirus) have been completed. In lieu of formal training, you can begin training your puppy at home and socializing him among family and friends until puppy vaccines are completed.