Small and Cute Teacup Dog Breeds 

It triggers a protective instinct that makes us want to nourish, nurture, 

and shield everything vulnerable, be it a human infant or a particularly adorable dog breed. 

However, in the past, the runt—the tiniest puppy in the litter—was frequently ignored and rejected.  

Because of possible cosmetic and health problems, the dog was likely put up for adoption. 

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It is widely believed that teacup breeding is a harsh and immoral practice. 

Even though they support responsible dog ownership, the American Kennel Club (AKC) does not officially recognize teacups as a breed or approve teacup breeders. 

However, if you're determined to have a teacup dog, it's important to locate a reputable breeder. 

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