~~Maltese Breed information~~
Characteristics include slightly rounded skulls, with a finger-wide dome and black nose that is two
finger-widths long. The Maltese is compact with the length equaling the height. The drop ears with long
hair and very dark eyes, surrounded by darker skin pigmentation (called a "halo"), gives Teacup Maltese
Puppies their expressive look. Maltese noses can fade and become pink or light brown in color without
exposure to sunlight. This is often referred to as a "winter nose and many times will become black again
with increased exposure to the sun.
The Maltese coat is long and silky and lacks an undercoat. The teacup Maltese puppy color is pure white;
although cream or light lemon ears are permissible, they are not regarded as desirable Maltese. Also, a
pale ivory tinge is permitted. In some standards, traces of pale orange shades on the Maltese Puppy are
tolerated, but considered an imperfection.
Adult Maltese range from roughly 5 to 12 lbs, though breed standards, as a whole, call for weights
between 4 and 7 lb. There are variations in Maltese depending on which standard is being used. Many,
like the American Kennel Club, call for a Maltese weight that is ideally less than 7 lb with between 4 and 6
Tiny Toy Maltese are bred to be cuddly companion puppies, and thrive on love and attention. Maltese are
extremely lively and playful, and even as a Maltese puppy ages, his or her energy level and playful
demeanor remain fairly constant. Some Teacup Maltese may occasionally be snappish with smaller
children and should be supervised when playing, although socializing Maltese at a young age will reduce
this habit. The Maltese puppy is very active within a house, and, preferring enclosed spaces, does very
well with small yards. For this reason, the breed also fares well in apartments and townhouses, and is a
prized pet of urban dwellers. Teacup Maltese also suffer from separation anxiety, so potential owners
should be cognizant of this behavior.
Tiny Maltese puppies have no undercoat, and have little to no shedding if cared for properly. Like Maltese
relatives Poodles puppies and Bichon Frisé puppies, Maltese are considered to be largely hypoallergenic
and many people who are allergic to puppies or dogs may not be allergic to the Maltese (See list of
Hypoallergenic dog breeds). Daily cleaning is required to prevent the risk of tear-staining.
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~ ~ TEACUP AND TINY TOY PUPPY CARE INFORMATION ~ ~
This information will help you with the first few weeks with your new teacup Yorkie , teacup Maltese or teacup Pomeranian . Because of their small
size, the micro teacup and tiny toy puppies must replenish their energy source more often than a large breed puppy. The best way to do this is to make
sure the teacup Yorkie , teacup Maltese or teacup Pomeranian puppies eat 3 to 4 times a day. Micro and Tiny Teacup puppies eat smaller amounts at
one time, so they will need puppy food more often. It is important not to change the micro teacup puppies type of food for the first few weeks. When you
do, you need to slowly make the change by mixing the new food in with their old food type over a period of 3 to 4 days to gradually make the change.
Teacup Yorkshire Terrier puppies, Biewer Parti Yorkies, Teacup Maltese puppies and Teacup Pomeranian puppies are stressed when they change
their environment. Taking a teacup puppy from its mother and siblings to a new home is very stressful to a tiny puppy. It is important to make the teacup
puppy feel safe in a quite location with no loud noises or high activity. Play time for a teacup Yorkie puppy, teacup Maltese puppy, tiny Biewer Parti
Yorkie puppy or teacup Pomeranian puppy should be limited to 10 to 15 minutes a couple of times a day to reduce the risk of low sugar. Keep
themconfined in an small area for the first few weeks in their new home. Housebreaking will be much easier too, if they are not allowed to roam around
the entire house. An infant playpen is perfect for the new tiny puppy. Keeping your teacup puppy in a closed small room like the bathroom also works
well for the first few weeks. Make sure your new teacup puppy has fresh water and food available at all times.
~~Yorkshire Terrier Breed information~~
For adult Yorkshire terriers, the importance is placed on its coat colour, its quality, and its texture. The
hair must be glossy, fine, straight, and silky. Traditionally the coat is grown-out long and is parted down the
middle of the back, but "must never impede movement. Teacup Yorkies have very soft coats.
TeacupYorkies have two types of coats; a silky or a soft. The silky coats are the coats of the show Yorkies.
The soft coats are short and do not need to be brushed very often. From the back of the neck to the base
of the tail, the coat should be a dark gray to a steel-blue, and the hair on the tail should be a darker blue. On
the head, high chest, and legs, the hair should be a bright, rich tan, darker at the roots than in the middle,
that shades into a lighter tan at the tips. Also, in adult Yorkshire Terrier puppies, there should be no dark
hairs intermingled with any of the tan coloured fur.
Yorkshire terrier puppies that have other coat colours than the above, or that have woolly or extra fine
coats, are still considered to be Yorkshire terriers, and will be just as good of a companion as a puppy with
the correct coat. The only difference is that atypical Yorkshire terriers should not be bred.
A newborn teacup Yorkie puppy is born black with tan points on the muzzle, above the eyes, around the
legs and feet and toes, the inside of the ears, and the underside of the tail. Occasionally Tiny Yorkie
puppies are born with a white "star" on the chest or on one or more toes. These markings fade with age,
and are usually gone within a few months. A white "star" on the chest is generally an indication that the
puppy will be a good coat grower in quantity, but not necessarily quality. It may take up to three years or
more for the Yorkie coat to reach its final colour. P. H. Coombs, writing in 1891, complained about show
wins awarded to teacup yorkie puppies, when the puppies coat does not fully come in until three or four
years old, "and the honour of winning such a prize (for a teacup yorkie puppy) can therefore be of but little
practical benefit to the owner" since the adult Yorkie colour cannot be exactly predicted.
The typical fine, straight, and silky Yorkshire terrier puppy coat has also been listed by many popular puppy
information websites as being hypoallergenic. In comparison with many other breeds, Yorkie puppies do
not shed to the same degree, only losing small amounts when bathed or brushed. Allergists do recognise
that at times a particular allergy patient will be able to tolerate a particular Yorkie puppy, but they agree
that "the luck of the few with their pets cannot be stretched to fit all allergic people and entire breeds of
Yorkie. The Yorkshire terrier coat is said to fall out only when brushed or broken, or just said to not shed.
Although neither of those statements agree with what biologists, veterinarians, and allergists know about
puppy fur, allergists "think there really are differences in protein production between Yorkies that may
help one patient and not another", meaning that some allergic people may not have allergic reactions to a
specific puppy, like the Yorkie puppy.
|~~Pomeranian Breed Information~~
Pomeranians are small puppy dogs weighing (4.2–7.7 lb) and standing 5.0–11 inches high at the withers.
They are compact but sturdy puppy dogs with an abundant textured coat with a highly plumed tail set high
and flat. The top coat forms a ruff of hair on the neck and back, and they also have a fringe of feathery
hair on the hindquarters. The earliest teacup Pom puppies were white or occasionally black, Queen
Victoria adopted a small red Pomeranian in 1888, which caused that color to become fashionable by the
end of the 19th century. In modern times, the Pomeranian puppies come in the widest variety of colors of
any dog breed, including white, black, brown, red, orange, cream, blue, sable, black and tan, brown and
tan, spotted, brindle puppies, plus combinations of those colors. The most common colors are orange,
black or cream/white. The merle pomeranian puppy is a recent color developed by breeders. It is a
combination of a solid base color with lighter blue/grey patch which gives a mottled effect. The most
common base colors for the effect are red/brown or black puppies, although it can also appear with other
puppy colors. Combinations such as brindle merle or liver merle are not accepted in the teacup
pomeranian puppy breed standard. In addition, the eye, nose and paw pad colors are different in merle
puppies, changing parts of the eye to blue and the color on the nose and paw pads to become mottled
pink and black.
Pomeranians puppies have a thick double coat, and while grooming is not difficult, breeders recommend
that it is done daily because of the thickness of the coat and the constant shedding. The teacup
pomeranian puppy outer coat is long straight, and harsh in texture while the teacup pomeranian puppy
undercoat is soft, thick and short. The coat knots and tangles easily, particularly when the undercoat is
being shed, which happens twice a year.
Pomeranian puppies are typically a very friendly and lively breed of puppy dog. Teacup Pomeranian
puppies love to be around their owners and are known to be protective of them as well. Tiny Pomeranian
puppies bond quickly with their owners, and can suffer from separation anxiety if not trained to spend
time alone. Pomeranians puppy dogs are alert and aware of changes in their environment and barking at
new stimuli can develop into a habit of barking excessively in any situation. Teacup Pom puppies are
somewhat defensive of their territory and will thus bark when they encounter any outside noises.
Pomeranians puppies are intelligent dogs, respond well to training, and can be very successful in getting
what they want from their owners. Teacup Pomeranian Puppies tend to seek out cooler environments,
and it is common to find one lying down on a cold floor like a tiled floor that is usually cold in the night and
day. The Tiny Pomeranian Puppy breed is good for apartment living and are very active indoors.
The average life expectancy of a Teacup Pomeranian Puppy is 12 to 16 years. A well bred puppy dog on
a good diet with appropriate exercise will have few health problems, and if kept trim and fit a Teacup
Pomeranian Puppy is a sturdy little dog.
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