Full bred Teddy Bear Puppies and Ewoaks are registered at IDCR
Designer Canine Registry (IDCR) - www.designercanineregistry.com
The Mediterranean Teddy Bear & Standard (Shichon/Zuchon) Bloodlinex (Maisys Puppies) can not be registered through the
IDCR, However but we do give you a Pedigree,
with photos of the dam and sire, Which shows the bloodline,
and photos of dam, sire, and puppy at eight weeks. (if you pick up your puppy you can request to see both parents registration papers)
shichon and teddy bear puppies are raised in our family or
other family homes.
Here at Fuzzy Puppy Love we have a database built for records on support calls and other information you would like recorded for later reference.
Our Pedigree Linage Out line
Comes with EVERY PUPPY We Sell.
Document is watermarked.
Our TeaCup Parti Yorkies are registered at AKC
Please Note: The Micro & teacup yorkies
are bred down for many generations, they are real Micro and
Teacup yorkies NOT RUNTS! They are healthy& Happy and
come with our same contract - services - care & package
as our teddy bears.
There is a a lot of
controversy and misguided information online about teacup
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.
Also there different variations of the smaller structure genealogy.
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?
Well teacups are many, many generations in
to breeding but the micro just started, branched out and through
the teacup Yorkie genealogy.
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.
There are tests they can run to see if the puppy is healthy
and not a runt. Any professional breeder would be able to
tell just from raising the puppy, and again refer to the parents.
Micros, being fairly new (under 20 generations) are not recognized,
and so the breeder should state by the puppy the generation,
such as F-3 meaning third generation in size.