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Interesting Facts About Teacup Pomeranian

What is teacup Pomeranian?

Pomeranians are breed extremely popular that comes from the Spitz family. With the increasing popularity of Pomeranians in the world teacup Pomeranians were also bred from small in size Pomeranians hence these are the tinier classification. Over the few last decades, the popularity of teacup Pomeranians has mounted greatly.

Teacup Pomeranian breed

Teacup Pomeranian is a special dog breed and it is absolutely right to say while if you consider the breed it is Pomeranian of course. Teacup Pomeranians are smaller in size than the standard Pomeranian. There has been a misconception drawn-out that teacup Pomeranian is special breed while the toy dog is really a special breed, unlike this one. Some people confuse teacup Pomeranian with the total different dog breed toy dog although toy dog is only a small dog.

Interesting Facts About Teacup Pomeranian

Teacup dogs are smaller and when they fully grew they weigh around just 4 pounds or less. These teacup puppies are as healthy as average size Pomeranian. Most teacup dog if they properly care they can easily live to prolong than the standard Pomeranian. As the matter of fact, standard Pomeranian was assumed as healthy puppies than teacup Pomeranian. But if the teacup pup properly cares it also would likely to live longer.

How should you purchase teacup Pomeranian?

If you want to buy a teacup variety of Pomeranian so you should buy from established and reputable breeder so you will get a purebred puppy. The American Kennel Club recognizes and uses the term ‘toy’ rather ‘teacup’ for these dogs. According to AKC,the toy Pomeranian should be between 3 and 7 pounds, therefore, a good percentage of dog’s meets the same standards can be categorized as teacups towards breeders although.

You should try to find any but registered breeder who has carried larger production of Pomeranians which grow up at the weight of 3 pounds.

The basic truth is any experienced breeder cannot tell you exactly in the age of 6 to 8 months how large the pup is going to be while the track record of parents can help to have a reasonable idea. You have to keep in mind that teacup is more just a definition, a genuine teacup Pomeranian is largely expensive due to the mostly Pomeranians grow up at the weight more than 4 pounds.

Teacup Pomeranian details

Pomeranians are the most popular dog breed throughout the world. Teacup Pomeranian is the variety of standard Pomeranian and not just they are adorable little dogs but at the same time, they are the immensely popular companion pets.

Mostly these dogs like to be with their family and owner all the time while their small size makes them comfortable and perfect for city lifestyle and apartment living.

They do not require the incredibly large area to run around and teacup Pomeranian does not need regular exercise although. The small apartment is also the space to live in for teacups.

Interesting Facts About Teacup Pomeranian

These dogs are easy to carry in even purse and they are the best highlight which attracts people attraction if you carry them with you.

Teacup Pomeranian is kind, friendly and cute as their cutest face attracts everybody. They bark often if they met someone they don’t know or catch anyone stranger with their owners.  Even teacup Pomeranian can live longer than the age of standard Pomeranian as far as you properly care for them.

Below you will get further information about teacup’s appearance, nature, temperament, care etc.

Teacup Pomeranian — Appearance

This tiny but cute canine has round and big eyes, pointy ears, and a wedge-shaped head. They are stunningly fluffy and soft all over as well as their tail sits up on the backside. They are rich canine with soft and thick fluffy coat also get a rough undercoat.

Temperament and nature

This cutie canine is friendly, active and very playful. In their tiny toy-like bodies they hold a lot of energy there is no wrong to say small packet with high energy. These dogs have not exercised enthusiasts they love cuddling up on the couch with family members or owners. This tiny cutie dog is extremely protective and loyal to their owners or family members.

This dog looks like a toy but it is alert and always aware of the things happen around him/her. As they area lively, fun-loving and friendly dog though they inherit habit of excessive barking sometimes. They are intelligent dogs and thus it is easy to train them and they successfully learn and respond to training. It is better to take them on a daily walk and allow them to play as much as they want, in this way they can be healthy and active.


As the teacup Pomeranians have two thick and soft coat. Therefore daily care and grooming keep their coats healthy, shiny and free of tangles. Do not ignore coat grooming otherwise it cause skin disease. Also, teacup Pomeranian’s ears require daily care and cleaning to prevent mites.

Usually, dogs are best suitable for kids but this is not the case with Pomeranian teacups because of their tiny size. As the young kids are not in the state of learning or understand that these dogs need to handle and play gently. Young kids cannot have malicious intent upon dogs but rough playing or dropping can cause big harm to your teacup Pomeranians or sometimes cause to death.

Health Concerns

Their smallest sizes are prone to health issues when it comes to toy pet or teacup. They are likely to suffer from health problems such as hypoglycemia and neurological problems. They are absolute delicate canine or creature and these can be injured easily proper care, grooming and safety measures can save them.

Training and Obedience

As mentioned early teacups are intelligent but they should be trained early. Early training can make them obedient while in another case they can become manipulative and destructive. You should learn proper instructions to make teacup Pomeranians learn tricks and commands, they have the capacity to learn easily rather quickly and they can be very obedient dogs.


Johni Barresto

Johni Barresto Is a father and animal lover. With a range of expertise in animal health, he decided to start Animal Heed. His passion is to share his knowledge to help animal owners worldwide. When not in front of his computer, he's out with his kids, teaching them the importance of animal care.

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