Teacup Cockapoo

The Teacup Cockapoo

The Teacup Cockapoo is absolutely a designer dog. The breed is achieved by pairing a very miniature Poodle with a small Cocker Spaniel.

Teacup Cockapoo
Yes, they can fit inside a teacup!

It’s rare because its hard to achieve from a breeding perspective. Responsible breeders will not try and breed dogs of two different sizes. In general terms I mean breeding a small dog with a medium dog. Or God forbid, a large dog with a small dog. Their respective skeletal structures are different and it can lead to all kinds of health problems.

However, small miniatures are more commonly bred together from a second cross (F2). The smaller dog from the litter is sometimes called the runt, (although this is some thing of a misnomer) because in reality there usually is a smallest of the litter. But that doesn’t make the smallest weak or unhealthy.

It is true that small dogs generally live longer than large dogs and as long as the smallest is reared with right nutrition it will from to be as healthy as any other dog.

Teacup Cockapoo Sizes

When searching for a Teacup Poo, you will often come across adverts for ‘Teacup Toy Cockapoo’ as there is not that much difference in size. And as I said in my Cockapoo Sizes page, there is quite a bit of variance between defined categories, so a large Teacup is pretty much the same as a small Toy Cockapoo.

Lets remind ourselves of size and weight:

Teacup Cockapoos stand under 10 inches / 25.4 cm and average less than 6 lbs. / 2.72 kg.

Toy cockapoo for sale
Full grown Toy Cockapoo

Teacup Cockapoo Full Grow

Because this size Cockapoo is a small dog their growth is complete at about 9-12months. You are probably looking at a dog on average 8 inches tall from paw to shoulder. This is the perfect size for those living in a flat or apartment and not wanting their living environment to overwhelmed by ‘dog’ smell and dander.

Teacup Cockapoo Puppies for Sale

If this is the right Cockapoo size for you, I advise asking for recommendations from people that love the breed

  • http://ilovemycockapoo.com/forum.php
  • http://www.cockapooclubgb.co.uk/cockapoo-club-chat.html

The important thing is you get a good recommendation and don’t just get sucked into the first internet advertisement with cute puppies at a cheap price.

Also, it’s always fun to look at a youtube video and watch the little fellas in action!

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