Development and Weight Changes

We want to express that these are puppies that we are offering and just like with anything the puppy can grow and change in development. We DO NOT guarantee adult weight on any puppy sold from our website as its impossible to know exactly how the puppy will develop as genetics plays a role in the development of a puppy's growth rate. We use a universal weight chart to determine weight as will be glad to give you the chart so that you may measure the weight as well. The only way to know the dogs weight is to purchase a puppy over the age of 8 months as that is usually when the growing/weight phase is complete. Also, puppies can change in development in coat, color, length and face as several breeds to change from puppyhood to adult. Its a natural occurrence for growth to cause changes in looks. We do not cancel sales or refund payment due to these changes. Buying a puppy is always a gamble to know how they will develop as even for experienced breeders who wish to keep back puppies for their breeding program and why sometimes you find older pups available on our site because they didn't turn out the way we had hoped or they were too small for breeding.

It is important to keep in perspective you are purchasing a puppy and not an item that will always stay the same and never change because thats not factual or reality. We are probably the only business that sells teacups that will be honest about these facts or that will give the actual birthdate of puppies and not falsely advertise them to make them appear smaller. If you notice our videos with showing them on the scale so you can see their weights and we can update that anytime via request usually within 24/48 hours for you. A good rule of thumb to determine age is the coat length and you can reference other photos on google searches to get a general idea of where they should be at 3 months versus 6-8 weeks to give you a factual weight.

Teeth Development in teacups is also delayed and vets sometimes who are NOT experienced that teacup dogs and puppies with shorter muzzles have more compacted teeth which tend to not fall out at 4-6 months like most larger breeds. Its important to find someone who is familiar with toy and teacup breeds as these puppies to develop a little slower compared to a large breed. Teacup dogs teeth usually erupts at 6-9 months and sometimes does require vets assistance to fully fall out due to their compact tiny mouths. Teacups are not sizes that you can recognize age on because of their slower development and why experience means a lot when judging age. Coat will be a determining factor if the puppy's hair has not been cut.