Teddy Bears are bred for their temperament, unlike most small dogs these days they are not high strung, and only bark occasionally when playing or if a stranger comes in your home unannounced.
Teddy bears were originally bred for handicapped children, so they could hug and squeeze them with out getting a nip and struggle and instead get licks and love in return.
Teddy bears have a rag doll feel to them, they're hair comes in ether very soft and curly or a strait airy silky type, both hair types are very nice to the feel of them, unlike any dog you may have petted in the past. They are also virtually hypoallergenic, and extremely affectionate.
Teddy bears can learn tricks, and love to show off, they are great with people and love other pets,they like playing catch, love swimming and chasing people to lick them like crazy.
bears are always growing hair, so you can try many
styles with them, there is the teddy cut (trim 3-4
inches all the way around) and classy cut (cutting
hair short expect on ears and tail with feathered
feet) among many others, try your own new ideas, its
OK it'll grow back!
Teddy Bears adore there owners, they sit and watch for your expressions, shoot they like just to sit there and give you love eyes all day! They love to sleep with there owners, and are always flopping around on you and licking you, my teddy's wait for me to open my eyes then go nuts flopping all over me and licking me every morning, i love waking up to their extremely soft fur all over me every morning.
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There is a lot of controversy and misguided information online about teacup dogs.
The thing is, its all true! WHAT! Well, to an extent.
You see there are breeds who have
a gene that stunts the size of the dog, and there are runts.
Take the poodle for instants, they have teacup poodles, that are just the smaller variation of the toy poodle, perfectly healthy, but cannot be bred.
Why cant they be bred? Well they do not have the many generations behind them supporting that gene, such as the Yorkie dose.
Also you must be careful that you do not buy a runt, lots of breeders well sell a runt as a teacup. always ask the parents size.
A true teacup has generations of the smaller structured genes along the blood line.
They are just as healthy as the big ones. but of course sense they are smaller they can easy get hurt if stepped on, or played ruffly, These are not dogs for young children.
what about the Micro?
Teacups are 5-4 pounds, where
a micro is 3 and under. and again, please make sure you do not
buy a runt! Runt do tend to have alot of health problems, and
sometimes can catch up in growth any how.