Owning a teacup dog comes with lots of joy and some challenges. Unlike regular-sized pooches, these tiny creatures, require extra care and lots of loving. As passionate dog owners, we’ve become interested in teacup-sized dog breeds. What makes them special and how come they’re so tiny? The Teacup Dog Daily is a site created by two sole sisters connected by their passion for dogs and the desire to share their knowledge and experiences with the tiniest breeds and more.
Our Life with Dogs
We first started our lives as simple families. We envied kids with their own dogs, and wish we would have our own pets to play with. However, we soon realized the heavy responsibility of being dog owners.
Having a pet requires your time and effort. They don’t just need food and shelter, they need your attention and affection as well. We have soon learned that a dog’s behavior is impacted by how they are treated or whether they have a loving environment. More so, dogs won’t be able to tell you how they feel. It will be up to owners to research and learn about proper ways to take care of them.
Working With Teacups
Our Teacup resident editor is a certified dog trainer and has been training doggies since 2012. She’s worked with hundreds of dogs, however, she has a special connection with her two teacup Pomeranians, Sochi and Sacha. Her methods are anchored on Positive Reinforcement and keep herself updated with dog training theories. She especially enjoys being around rescue and working dogs. Alternatively, when not handling celebrity canines, you’ll find her soaking up the sun, sea and sky at a tropical island getaway.
Facing her fear of canines has always been a challenge for this Teacup writer. She used to think that dogs are scary, but that soon changed upon meeting teacup varieties of delightful breeds. She pushed herself to know more about dogs and the things that make them special and found herself regularly volunteering for Yakima Humane Society in her hometown Yakima, WA. Her fear of canines soon turned to sincere affection after meeting pooches that crave love and affection. Contact Us
If you want to connect with Mayang and Cornelia, you can email [email protected] or use the contact us page of the Teacup Dog Daily website.
We’re looking forward to hearing from you!