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What You Should Know About Teacup Maltese Puppies The Teacup Maltese is an extremely loving and affectionate breed of dog. It will never leave your side and will spend most of its time with you. This makes them an ideal companion for people who are constantly on the move or for elderly people who require a light-weight dog. But you should be aware that this breed of dog can have some serious issues with separation anxiety and depression if it is left unsupervised for long periods of time. Because of this, they do best in a home where they have a constant caretaker. This makes them the perfect emotional support dog for the family. It is recommended to buy Teacup Maltese puppies from a reputable breeder. A good breeder will give you all the information about the breed and guarantee their puppies' health. You should also be able to visit their kennel and meet the mother and littermates to get an idea of their temperament. A second option is to adopt a Teacup Maltese from a local shelter or rescue organization. ​


They get along great with children, other dogs and animals and are confident in many situations. Much of this comes from correct training, but a strong, confident and stable temperament is also part of a history of excellent breeding and selection. We don’t just look at a dogs looks or pedigree when deciding on breeding, the dog MUST have a stable temperament. No matter how beautiful the dog is or how many shows the dog has won for conformation, if he/she has a weak temperament the dog will not be bred.

Finding appropriate and loving homes for our puppies is very important. Our dogs are raised to be loving and loyal family companions. They come from excellent European bloodlines, and I don’t mean in their distant pedigree. All of our breeding females are imports out of the top European bloodlines. Almost every dog in their pedigree is a champion or a titled dog. The puppies have extraordinary looks with large bone and a big head with lots of expression and intelligence. They are what a true Chihuahua is meant to be… Absolutely stunning to look at with a stable temperament, sound body and amazing intelligence.l: The French Bull Dog!!!


Each of my Chihuahua is given individual attention, care, exercise and training. Early stimulation and continued socialization are very important to the mental development of puppies. My puppies are not raised in a kennel. They are whelped here in my home and stay inside with me until they are 3-4 weeks old. During this time they are closely monitored to make sure that each puppy is getting the attention that they need to develop properly and also that they all have equal opportunity to mother’s milk. When the pups are moved outside they are kept in an area where they will have consistent outside stimulation to all the happenings on the farm! They get tons of attention and are always a favorite with horse clients when they come to visit. My little Papillon also loves to play with the puppies and this is an excellent socialization tool for getting the puppies accustomed to small dogs. At an early age the puppies are taken on short outings where they learn to follow and come when called. I also try to work with the puppies on having respect and boundaries with their human handlers. Chihuahuas naturally have a strong temperment and early training definitely makes a difference in their life. It is very important that obedience training is continued when the puppies go to their new homes. There are no “bad dogs,” only those that are inappropriately placed and raised. I try to get to know each puppy individually and so that I can recommend them to a home that will be a good match with their individual personalities. Please feel free to contact me with any questions that you may have. Thanks!


For me, breeding Chihuahua was not something to be entered into lightly. Breeding any animal is a huge responsibility.

In order to take good care of the animals and breed Chihuahua of quality, it is extremely expensive not only to import breeding stock from overseas, but to properly care for the puppies and adults. If there is profit I invest it back into my program for the comfort and health of my dogs. A breeder can keep mass sub-standard dogs in kennels and breed them… selling the puppies hoping for profit and not putting any of the money back into the care and comfort of their dogs. But this is a huge dis-service to the breed. I breed for future show dogs for myself and to share the joy that a QUALITY Chihuahua can bring into a persons life. Any person pairing 2 Chihuahua can call themselves a breeder, it is important to know the motive and history behind their program..

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I am thankful to the breeders who have entrusted me with their gorgeous babies to help get me started and for providing me with such amazing examples of the breed!!

I consider all my Chihuahua babies to be my responsibility for the rest of their lives. I am always willing to answer any questions, assist with any medical problems, or even in extreme cases, due to possible unforeseen circumstances, will happily take them back and re-home when ever necessary. I love to be updated and stay involved and be of assistance when ever possible. So my pups come with an experienced veterinarian at your beck and call for the life of your dog!