Adult toy chihuahua

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Last Updated on December 21, These Chihuahuas are also called mini, micro, pocket, toy, and tiny Chihuahuas. Breeders found a way to make money out of selling these runts, which are likely to remain puppy-sized throughout their life. Most of these Chis will outgrow a cup when they get older, but you can count on them to be smaller than an average Chihuahua. Since Micro Chis are not an official breed, there is no standard size or appearance for these dogs.

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The only thing that makes a teacup Chihuahua different from any other Chihuahua is its size. While you can argue all day about whether size matters or not, many folks find tiny dogs like to be definitely desirable. Be aware that a tiny puppy may still grow into a full-sized adult, so if your heart is set on small, look at the parents, too. Small parents make it more likely that the pup will stay small as well. Choosing a teacup Chihuahua means you need to be ready to provide some extra care, especially when the dog is young. Due to their extremely small size, these puppies are highly susceptible to hypoglycemia.

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The tiny teacup Chihuahua is a truly small dog. As an adult, could weigh around 5lbs, or even less. Unfortunately, this miniature size causes some serious health issues. These include hydrocephalus, heart disease, and bone fractures, among others. Standard sized Chihuahuas usually have long lifespans, but the health issues in teacup Chihuahuas can mean they live much shorter lives.