Tiny Teacup Chihuahua Puppies – Miniature By Size Giant By Companionship
Teacup Chihuahua puppies are the oldest breed of puppies in America. They are the smallest and the tiniest breed of puppies. These puppies are named after the Chihuahua region of Mexico. They are the descendants of the bigger size puppies found in the Aztec region. The height of these tiny puppies ranges from 6-9 inches.
They are bony in structure but are quite muscular too. The average shedder puppies are the Teacup Chihuahua. The coat variety is of two types and is found in many colors with splashes of colors here and there. The smooth coat is soft and glossy while the long coat is slightly curly.
The life span of the “Chi” puppies as they are called is the longest of all dogs. They are very individualistic by nature. They are extremely energetic and graceful too. They are greatly devoted to their masters and are very loyal by character. They get attached very strongly with one or two people. These gentle and loving Chi puppies grow up to be great watchdogs. They are wary about strangers and unknown noise. Their expressions are akin to humans. They are more sociable with their own kind. These puppies are difficult to train and respond well with positive reinforcement. These puppies mostly remain indoors but enjoy the frequent walks with their owners.
These puppies require minimum grooming. Occasional brushing of the soft coat is enough for them; however, these puppies are prone to frequent ear infections. This breed finds difficult to tolerate the harsh and cold weather.
The Teacup Chihuahua puppies make great pets.
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