Teacup Poodle puppies are one of the most impressive dogs in the canine world. Not only are teacup Poodles extremely friendly and affectionate to their owners, these loveable beauties vibe well with young children, strangers, and other dogs. Toy Poodle puppies are also adaptable and well-behaved in new surroundings, so they’ll love every second of their outing with you!
Teacup Poodles are elegant and proud creatures who won’t mind being flaunted or receiving added attention from admirers. Our delightful toy puppies are also incredibly clever and easy to train. After learning a few tricks, our adorable teacup Poodles will keep you entertained for hours with their playfulness. Are you ready to open your heart and home to your fur-ever friend? Have a look at our available Toy Poodle puppies for sale, or contact us for information about our upcoming litters or the special order option.
The Poodle was bred to be a duck hunting dog in Germany over 400 years ago where its thick curly coat came in handy to protect itself against the cold. Their athletic skills and eagerness to please made them perfect retrievers.
The exaggerated show cut that they are often recognized for today stemmed from their historic days retrieving. Hunters would cut the dogs’ coat to ensure they had free range of movement while also had adequate protection from the elements. So, hunters would shave their Poodle’s legs, neck, and tail. Their chest, hips, and leg joints would still be covered with curly hair in rounded tufts.
Poodles have three variations—Standard, Miniature, and Toy. The Standard Poodle is the oldest of these varieties and the Miniature and Toy variations were eventually created for those who desired smaller dogs. But despite their small size, Toy and Miniature Poodles were working dogs. Toy Poodles, specifically, have historically been desired for circuses due to their high intelligence and athleticism.
The Toy Poodle was first bred in America in the early 20th century as a companion dog, especially great for those living in apartments or smaller spaces. The Poodle was first recognized by the American Kennel Club in 1886 and the Poodle Club of America was founded ten years later.
Today, Poodles are exceedingly popular among French pet owners. In fact, the Poodle is the national dog of France.
But the Toy Poodle’s small size means they can be happy in small spaces without overwhelming amounts of strenuous activity. Because of that, Toy Poodles make great pets for apartment dwellers and dog lovers without the ability to commit to an exceedingly high-energy breed.