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Teacup puppies that you may know

are often times fake.

 

 

 

In America, small puppies, so called teacup puppies,

are very popular nowadays.

Teacup means smaller than the standard size.

We see many US resellers asking us to send them

Maltese, Pomeranian, and Yorkshire breeds

that are estimated to be only 2-2.5 lbs full grown

and French bulldog puppies estimated to be 6-9 lbs when full grown.

Whether they know the facts or not, many American resellers

and their Korean partners claim their puppies will weigh less than 2-2.5lbs.

 

 

Teacup puppies may weigh less than 2-2.5lbs

 

- If they have suffered from distemper

- if they get fed smaller amounts of food

- if they were born weak

 

Baring these circumstances, it is almost impossible

to have puppies weigh less than 2-2.5lbs.

 

 

KimsKennel was the first to start a teacup puppy business in Korea

and we are still well known for our beautiful and high quality puppies.

It is hard for us to believe that on a weekly basis

so many unbelievably small and pretty puppies

are sent to the U.S. Frankly speaking, the supply just does not exist

to meet the criteria of what is considered to be a teacup puppy.

 

 

No matter what,

Sellers and resellers must provide

the correct information to their customers.

Even more important is to keep puppies healthy

and be truthful and honest with customers.

 

 

 

KimsKennel thinks the ultimate teacup puppies

are not just small but look great!

 

Improperly raised teacup puppies are more likely to have health issues.

Real teacup puppies are healthy, of course smaller, and good looking.

 

They might be a little bigger than those improperly raised

teacup puppies (300-500g, 0.8-1lbs) but they definitely look better.

 

Because of this size issue, many puppies are suffering unnecessarily.

Many sellers are deceiving their customers by providing them

with the wrong information (image, size, and age).

 

The price difference is based on its total appearance,

not only on its size.

 

 

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