To rescue or adopt a standard Chihuahua near you, use the websites Petfinder or Adopt a Pet. The phrase "teacup Chihuahua" generally refers to a very small Chihuahua, but teacup Chihuahuas are not officially recognized a... More »

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Teacup Maltese puppies can be purchased from Boutique Teacup Puppies, Silverbrook Maltese and Texas Teacups. Boutique Teacup Puppies uses the term "teacup" to describe dogs expected to mature at 3 to 4 pounds. Texas Teac... More »

YorkieBabies.com, Trotter's Yorkies andthe Puppies For Sale website all have teacup yorkies for sale. Local.com allows users to search for teacup yorkies for sale in their immediate area. More »

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Animal shelters and rescue groups put pugs available for adoption on their respective websites or on pet adoption advertisement sites such as Petfinder and Adopt a Pet. Adoptable pugs may also be available through the Hu... More »

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To rescue or adopt a Toy Poodle, visit the websites Petfinder or Adopt a Pet. Though the word teacup is often used to describe exceptionally small Toy Poodles, teacup Toy Poodles are not an officially recognized breed st... More »

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To adopt a standard Pomeranian for a small fee, visit the websites Petfinder, Adopt a Pet or Craigslist. The word "teacup" is typically used to describe exceptionally small Pomeranians, but teacup Pomeranians are not an ... More »

The modern short-haired Chihuahua originated in Chihuahua, Mexico, in the 1850s. The breed's ancient origins are debated, but historians believe Chihuahuas were first discovered in Mexico, Central America or South Americ... More »