Teacup puppies is our specialty. We offer a variety of Teacup and tiny breeds with beautiful faces and health guarantee. We have mini Frenchies and English Bulldogs as well as other small breeds. Visit our boutique which contains anything you need for your little babies and you can also see our teacup puppies there as well. We have other breeds as well, so please come in and visit us today.
There is no affiliation between www.TeacupPuppiesStore.com and Teacups, Puppies & Boutique also located in South Florida(www.TeaCupsPuppies.com)
Showroom Hours: 11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. Every day 7 days a week.
Phones Calls: From 10 a.m to 11 p.m.
Tel: (954) 353-7864 WE SHIP OUR PUPPIES AS WELL. - We have a Nanny Service where we hand deliver the puppies to you or we ship via airline.
Place several puppy training pads down
on the ground next to each other to cover a few square feet. Position
the pads away from your toy or Teacup puppy's food and water because
puppies won't eliminate near where they eat.
Choose a quiet corner, away from regular traffic in your home and on a surface you can easily clean if your Teacup puppy has an accident outside of the pads, such as tile..
Feed your Teacup puppies or teacup puppies and take the dog to the pads about 15 minutes after eating. You can either carry your Teacup puppies (puppy) to the pads or walk the puppy on leash to the indoor potty spot. Teacups or toy puppies typically need to eliminate after a meal, after exercise and first thing in the morning.
Give the teacup puppy a verbal bathroom command, such as "Potty." If your dog eliminates on the pad, give the pup a treat. Otherwise, keep your teacup puppy or puppies on a leash or in a crate for 15 minutes, before returning to the pads and issuing the potty command. Continue this process until your dog eliminates on the pads exclusively.
Praise your teacup or toy puppy verbally and give the dog a treat whenever they eliminate on the puppy pads to reinforce this behavior. Interrupt your dog by clapping your hands if you catch them eliminating in another spot in your home. Immediately carry the dog over to the pads and give the potty command.
Confine your teacup puppies or puppy to a small area at home when you're not present. Use a pet or baby gate to cordon off the space. In your dog's area, place food, water and puppy pads, with the teacup puppy pads on the other side of the room from the food. This prevents your dog from eliminating in other spots of your home.
Clean any accidents outside of the teacup puppy pads with an enzymatic cleaner to eliminate the odor of the teacup puppies waste.
Reduce the amount of puppy pads to
two or three in the designated potty spot in your home. Once your
teacup consistently eliminates in the same spot, begin using just one
Keep your teacup puppy on a regular potty schedule and feed them at the same times each day to encourage going to the bathroom at the same times. Consistency will help train your puppy.