Tempo Blond Micro Poodle
Welcome to the Neiman Marcus of the dog world!Give us a call at 1-406-204-1966 Click here to browse all our current teacup puppies for sale! All images are current.
Breeding micros since 1997, we were the first company that I know of that specialized strictly in Micro Teacup puppies for sale in the States. We started selling online in 2008, helping people who didn't hear about us from friends to find us online.
Where our pride and passion merge to create a warm and loving environment, giving our customers peace of mind knowing their new beloved furry family member is in our expert hands, found nowhere else. Creating our darling doll face puppies with decades of experience and mindful dedication. Join our extended family by becoming the new proud owner of a Glorious micro puppy masterpiece.
X Browse our tiny Teacup puppies for sale and fall madly in love! We specialize in Teacup puppies including: Teacup Yorkies, Teacup Blue Merle Chihuahuas, Teacup Maltese, Parti Teacup Pomeranians, Chocolate Teacup Poodles and Blue Mini Bulldogs!
Have a look for a Teacup Yorkie. Teacup Yorkies are a specialty. You will find the tiniest most beautiful Teacup Yorkies for sale in our showroom.
What about our prices? Yes, I know some people – no matter how many times I explain or give a German Shepard breeding analogy when they are having TEN puppies versus our ONE – people still often ask, ‘Well, why is one still $12000, and one is $15000 and one is $8000?’ We have puppies that will be 1 pound, 2 pounds or 3 pounds and we have super-elite quality puppies to offer our customers. Our puppies are not for everyone but for families who are discerning buyers, who want the best Teacup puppies in life, understand a puppy at 12 weeks should only way a few ounces to be a true Teacup dog size . A puppy that is 8 weeks and already weighs a pound or more will not be a Teacup dog size. At 8 weeks they should not be anywhere near 1 pound. Teacups range from 3 to 4 pounds, and micro Teacups Dogs are between 2lbs and 3lbs with extreme-micros between 1lb and 2lbs X
We specialize in hard to breed mini-breeds that most people just aren’t interested in breeding because that is just a lot of work. You have to stay up all night with them, someone always has to be awake to monitor them, to make sure that they are eating and the mom is eating, and that everybody’s warm and safe. So most breeders just don’t bother and they can earn the same amount of money by just having a little bit of a bigger teacup dog and having 4 puppies instead of 1 from our precious gems.
People ask me how long it takes to receive their puppy. Click here to read about Our Nanny Service Delivery It really depends on the puppy being purchased. We will only deliver when we feel the puppy is ready to go to his or her new home. Some puppies may require extra time with us and you will be notified if we feel the puppy is not ready to go home yet. We expect you to understand that, to trust our judgement, to not panic. We don’t let any puppies go before they are fully vaccinated, before they are 500 grams, before they have a clean bill of health, and before they are not having any hypoglycemic episodes. Well… usually within 2 to 3 weeks you’ll have your puppy, but sometimes it can go shorter or it can go longer – something you need to discuss with me directly.
We will give you a health certificate, a crate and a health guarantee for one year of any genetic congenital abnormalities. Click here for our health guarantee
Our little doll-faced puppies, is a teddy-bear puppy that not are healthier but also better looking than any other breeders. Well, that’s what we think. It’s just like a regular Teacup Poodle but more gorgeous. Rarer, smaller, really healthy and more beautiful and that’s how I would sum it up! If you’re ready to have one of our sweeties into your home, just fill out our online application and apply for a puppy. If you have any questions for us, we’ll be happy to speak with you, just give us a call. Please join our joyful endeavor to spread love and fuzz around the land!
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For more information on any of our beautiful Teacup puppies, click here to view all the puppies for sale by breed.
We may accept PayPal deposits for a thousand dollars until you want to pay the remaining balance of your puppy. Why? PayPal often holds payments for over a thousand dollars for 30 days. That’s not our policy and it can be PayPal’s policy. PayPal can pay in 3 days, they can also pay in 30 days. Until the payment is cleared, we can’t send you the dog. So, if you are not in a hurry and you are okay to wait 30 days, you can pay us a 100% by PayPal as well.
Most of our customers don’t because they want the dog sooner. If you are thinking of a Christmas puppy or a Valentine’s Day puppy, or an upcoming litter then PayPal’s super. Otherwise, just go to the bank and deposit money into our account or wire it, you can do that by phone, online or by going in person – it just depends on your bank.
We post sometimes on Social Media. Look at our Instagram page, or our Pinterest or Facebook if you want to see what we are posting there. We aren’t selling dogs on social media. We need to speak to our customers, we need to know who they are, and selling on Facebook pages just wasn’t our cup of tea.
In fact until 2008, we never sold online at all, we just sold by word of mouth. Now we have decided to expand our market. Most of our customers are in the United States but people from around the world now contact us and have the opportunity to find us and to have one of our fabulous little teddy bear puppies! Otherwise, it was just word-of-mouth in the neighborhood; friends of friends; people seeing our puppies on the street with their owners, asking where they got them. That’s how we got our business and built our business and our reputation over time.
The idea of ‘Teacup puppy’ or ‘Micro dog ’ are just terms given by breeders to describe the size of a teeny tiny puppy. There isn’t an official standard, there is a Teacup Yorkie standard with the American Kennel Club at 6lbs and ours would be about half that size. So we wouldn’t fit into that category. There is no Micro category and most everyone calls them Teacups and that's fine with us!
Our puppy health guarantee isn’t just about dollar and cents. Our relationship with you doesn’t end once you get your puppy home. As puppy-lovers ourselves we wish nothing would ever go wrong with any puppy. However, certain things are beyond our control. A puppy’s health is dependent on a number of factors like genetics, exercise, food and nourishment, plus the overall care. While no one can guarantee your puppy will never have a health problem, we can guarantee that we will do our best to ensure your new family member is a healthy one. It all starts with choosing who enters your home.
What exactly is a Teacup puppy? It is a term we use to describe the size of a dog that is smaller than average. Most of our puppies range from 1.5 pounds to 3 pounds (except the Bulldogs) There is no AKC category at this time for Teacup dogs so we there are no possibilities of providing AKC papers.
Are Teacup puppies unhealthy? This is a very common misconception, but the answer is ‘No’. They are, however, equivalent to newborn babies and require a lot more care and attention than your average sized puppy. Because of their tiny size and delicate nature, their immune system can be compromised. So you need to be a little more careful on what they come in contact with and how they are handled. As they grow older their immune system gets stronger and then they are just as healthy as any other dog.
Our puppies should pass physical from our certified vet and also CIFA government vet before they are delivered to their new homes. In fact, the dog with the shortest life span happens to be a Great Dane on the opposite side of the spectrum.
What is the average lifespan of teacup puppy? It’s 8 to 14 years. Actually, pretty average like most dog breeds, except that Great Dane who only live for about 5 years.
Knowing if a Teacup puppy is right for your family? Well, if you have got kids under 10. No. If you have got grandkids under 10, you have really got to give it some consideration because your puppy cannot be unsupervised around the young children. Again, it’s common sense.
There are somethings that you need to shop for and buy before you bring home your puppy. We’re going to send your puppy with a crate and a blanket and food bowels and all the basics that it needs. I know that you are probably going to want prettier ones or better ones or your own color of patterns and style, but just wait before you introduce all those new things. Let the puppy stay with his old bowls and food and trays and blankets, at least for 10 days or 2 weeks. It won’t really ruin your decor that much but the puppy will have a better transition. You could buy a little playpen or a cradle so the baby… Hah, I always say baby. Well, your ‘fur’ baby is well protected and has a safe place where you can quickly put him down, you know like if you have to go to answer the door or something. But aside from that, just let him stay with the stuff we send him with.
They are not suitable for everyone’s lifestyle. Sometimes people work, it happens now-a-days, and they are not going to be home for 8 hours and they want to put the puppy in a crate. Then this puppy is not going to do well. So, I would say then to look at a regular toy size at about 5 pounds and that puppy will do a lot better. You really need to be able to dedicate the time to raising this puppy. This puppy will need a one-on-one. Someone watching it, playing with it, baby-sitting it. It is like having a child; it is a lovely feeling but you really do need to be available.
If you want to know what kind of breed is right for you? Really there is all kinds of information online about the different breeds. You can call me and ask me about my personal opinion on different breeds. People ask me about ‘X’ dog like, “So is Billy like a lovable puppy?” Well, while all the puppies are here with us, they’re all super amazing and lovable and cuddly. They are like one month old babies, if you were looking at a human, so all the babies are lovable and cute and cuddly. They just want to sleep and cuddle and eat, and maybe look at you a little bit and have a play, and then they are sleeping again. So, it is really hard to determine what their character will be like after they leave here. That is in part going to be about what they are genetically made of – just like how your personality is different than mine – it is going to be the same with the puppy but we don’t really see that until the puppy is at least 6 months old. Once he is in your home you will shape his character with your rules, your lifestyle and how you discipline and train your dog.
So if you ask me what his personality is like, well… he is too little for me to give you an honest answer. If you talk to a breeder and they are like, “Oh, he loves doing treks!” Uh, really?! Don’t believe them. Puppies personalities change just as humans do. Also huge nature vs nurture factor.People think of small tiny Teacup dogs and they forget about training; I’m here to talk to you about training for your new puppy. Crate-training is great! Your puppy is going to come in a crate, it is going to feel very comfortable for them. You can transfer that into a playpen or cradle but there should be a confined area for your puppy to feel safe in like a little den. That’s the same for big and small dogs. You don’t want pushy pups; you want to be the boss. So when your puppy starts to test to you, which even at one pound it will, don’t give in to them. If they are begging for that treat, that’s the time to say no. Basic training like teaching your puppy how to mind his manners. Don’t give the puppy attention when it is running to the door barking, ignore the puppy at that time. If your puppy makes a mistake and goes out of his pee-pee pads, ignore the puppy again. Just clean it up and be on your way. Your puppy is trained but he is just trying to get some attention from you. The social scene. Come on, your puppy’s got to be introduced to the world! Sure, all these things start with the breeder but they have got to be continued at home so your puppy’s got to get used to ‘your’ lifestyle. Bring him out, have friends over, go in the car. Don’t isolate the puppy when you bring him home. And of course, you have got to continue training for cleanliness. Repeat the pee-pee pad training. Make sure you always have pee-pee pads available and they know where they are and they are accessible so that there are no accident and no disappointments. It is all reinforcing what we have already done here but all these things can go to waste if you just get way to excited and forget that your dog is a canine!
Some policies we want to go over for you to consider:
Shopping online isn’t for everyone. We’re OK with that. We understand that. I buy things online. Sometimes they look much better when they arrive and I’m so surprised and I’m like, ‘Wow! Looks much better than it did on the website!’ Other times I receive something and I’m like, ‘Oh, it’s so much smaller’ or ‘the color isn’t quite what I thought it was’ and that is just my buying online risk.
So before you decide to buy a puppy online you really have to be comfortable with the process. If you are really not an online shopper, maybe buying online isn’t for you, so there isn’t much we can do to change your feelings about buying online. However, if you are an avid online shopper like myself, here’s how it goes:
You are going to email me or call me and let me know which puppy you want. I prefer the call so that I can talk to my customers. You are going to sign the contract, we’ll send it to you by email or sometimes if it is working we can do the template online. You’re going to send 50% minimum deposit by bank wire.
Once you have decided when you want the puppy, you will tell me which airport is closest to you, what the person’s name is (who is going to be collecting the puppy) as their ID – otherwise they won’t get the dog – and their contact number and the address – it can be your address or the person-who-is-collecting-the-puppy’s address. The airline just demands that there is an address with the puppy. You can have an assistant pick up the dog but that assistant’s name is the one I need to have for the airline.
Then you will clear the rest of the payment. If you want you can pay all at once, or if you want we can just hold the puppy, for a 50% deposit we’ll hold the puppy for a week. Then the puppy is going to be taken to our vet and have her health certificate, and when she is ready to go at about 500 grams then we will book the flights, usually on the 1st and the 15th of the month.
Some airlines will not take live animals in certain weather conditions, there is nothing we can do about that. The puppy is not at 500 grams, there is nothing we can do about that. So we do our best to give you an idea of when you will receive your puppy. But again, it is a live animal and it needs to be understood that you might not get it on your birthday. If you really need it on the day of your birthday you should probably order way in advance, but if your birthday is on Friday, I probably can’t guarantee that I can get you the dog. However I have delivered dogs within 7 days, even as short as 4, but it is not something that I can promise. You as a buyer need to understand that we do not have a cancellation policy and, after the payment is made, that payment is not refundable.
Tempo | Micro Poodle– Currently Available
Introducing Tempo. This baby Micro Poodle girl doesn’t just walk, she dances which is exactly how she got her name. Her tail swishing back and forth and her head merrily bobbing she will come marching up to you.
With her endless charm she will befriend just about anyone, no matter the amount of paw they walk on. Her incredibly piercing eyes are so animated and endlessly expressive. Beautiful mocha coloring decorates nose, and paws. The rest of his body is a luscious cream that you will want to run your hands through for hours. Tempo is a fearless puppy that wants to be the center of your attention. Her silly puppy antics and playful personality will capture your heart. She would certainly make an excellent family addition. She melts like butter in your lap, arms sprawled out and rubbing his cheeks on you begging to be showered with loving strokes.
- Call or Email with your top pick puppy
- Make payment in full
- Delivery is the 1st of each month for payment made between the 2nd -15th
- Delivery is the 15th of each month for payment made between the 16th-1st
- Receive Your Puppy at the airport you requested
- YES your puppy is up to date on vaccines
- YES we provide 100% refund genetic refund guarantee
- YES we provide 6 weeks free health insurance
- YES our puppies come with a healthy puppy vet certified certificate
- YES we deliver world wide
- YES we are the breeders NOT brokers
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