Looking for a Teacup Yorkie? The Yorkie was introduced to America in , and as Americans embraced Victorian customs, they too embraced the Yorkie. Today, the Yorkshire Terrier is the second most popular breed in the United States. The Yorkshire Terrier sheds little to no hair and requires regular grooming and trimming of their long, silky coat. The Yorkie is a brave little dog, highly energetic and eager for adventure.
Yorkshire Terrier "Yorkie" Puppies: Facts And Pictures - Dogtime
Many breeders use terms such as teacup yorkies, miniature yorkie, toy yorkshire terrier, mini, teacup, tea cup, tiny and etc. This practice can definitely help a customer to quickly find the size of dog they are looking for. The drawback is that there isn't a standard definition for any of these terms,such as teacup puppies. One breeder may define a teacup yorkie for sale as any Yorkie under 5 lbs. As a customer, if you buy a teacup yorkie puppy and are expecting a pup that will only grow to be 3 lbs. In an effort to eliminate any misrepresentation, on all of the for sale pages we provide our customers with the estimated adult weight of the pup they purchased along with the weight of the sire and the dam of the puppy.