TeaCups, Puppies & Boutique

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Specializing in Teacup & Toy Breed Puppies Since 1999!
  • 5195 S University Dr

    Davie, FL 33328

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  • 954-985-8848

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The previous review seems a little odd to me. I'm sorry, but if I found out that my 8 month old puppy had orthopedic problems
that were hereditary, I would have had them taken care of - it's in the health guarantee. Orthopedic problems can be caused by so many different things, like jumping off of high surfaces and injuring the knees or fracturing the bones - these small dogs are so delicate, people don't realize! Only a vet can determine the cause, and the fact that the previous reviewer only "thought" they were hereditary and still left a negative review, doesn't seem right. I have 2 dogs from here, a maltese and a french bulldog, both of which are healthy at 5 and 6 years old. I too was skeptical about buying from a puppy store, but wasn't able to find what I was looking for at a shelter. So I did my research. This place does use licensed breeders, it's illegal not to. And not only do they provide you with the breeder's license information, but you also get blood line history, registration papers, vaccine records, and signed health certificate. What I liked most about them was that they're extremely clean, unlike any other place I looked in. I can see why the owner might come off as a bit of a snob to some people - she won't sell a puppy to anyone who works 10 hours a day or has young children. I probably wouldn't be happy if I had kids either, but I couldn't argue the fact that she cares more about the puppy than the sale. It seems people rarely praise the positive, but go out of their way to complain about the negative. I am very satisfied with both of my babies, ready for my third, and so I give 5 stars!

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The previous review seems a little odd to me. I'm sorry, but if I found out that my 8 month old puppy had orthopedic problems
that were hereditary, I would have had them taken care of - it's in the health guarantee. Orthopedic problems can be caused by so many different things, like jumping off of high surfaces and injuring the knees or fracturing the bones - these small dogs are so delicate, people don't realize! Only a vet can determine the cause, and the fact that the previous reviewer only "thought" they were hereditary and still left a negative review, doesn't seem right. I have 2 dogs from here, a maltese and a french bulldog, both of which are healthy at 5 and 6 years old. I too was skeptical about buying from a puppy store, but wasn't able to find what I was looking for at a shelter. So I did my research. This place does use licensed breeders, it's illegal not to. And not only do they provide you with the breeder's license information, but you also get blood line history, registration papers, vaccine records, and signed health certificate. What I liked most about them was that they're extremely clean, unlike any other place I looked in. I can see why the owner might come off as a bit of a snob to some people - she won't sell a puppy to anyone who works 10 hours a day or has young children. I probably wouldn't be happy if I had kids either, but I couldn't argue the fact that she cares more about the puppy than the sale. It seems people rarely praise the positive, but go out of their way to complain about the negative. I am very satisfied with both of my babies, ready for my third, and so I give 5 stars!

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Like the previous reviewer I too purchased a puppy Maltese from this shop in December of 2010. The shop owners did not reveal the names of the breeders until after the purchase was complete, but both women assured me they worked with only top-notch reputable breeders (thus the high price tag on my puppy.)

Later I learned that my puppy was from a litter of backyard breeders. It was too late to go back. I love my Maltese dearly but it turns out that she's got hereditary orthopedic problems (discovered at only 8 months old). This will in turn cost me a small fortune to take care of. (I pray I don't discover anything worse as she grows older!) I believe it's due to irresponsible breeding. Lesson learned? GOOD BREEDERS DO NOT SELL TO PUPPY BROKERS EVER!

Please do your research and either adopt or purchase your pup directly from a reputable breeder.

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Like the previous reviewer I too purchased a puppy Maltese from this shop in December of 2010. The shop owners did not reveal the names of the breeders until after the purchase was complete, but both women assured me they worked with only top-notch reputable breeders (thus the high price tag on my puppy.)

Later I learned that my puppy was from a litter of backyard breeders. It was too late to go back. I love my Maltese dearly but it turns out that she's got hereditary orthopedic problems (discovered at only 8 months old). This will in turn cost me a small fortune to take care of. (I pray I don't discover anything worse as she grows older!) I believe it's due to irresponsible breeding. Lesson learned? GOOD BREEDERS DO NOT SELL TO PUPPY BROKERS EVER!

Please do your research and either adopt or purchase your pup directly from a reputable breeder.

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My girlfriend and I purchased a puppy there in the summer of 2008. We knew her as Emma, they knew her as puppy # 441(I believe). The two female owners assured us of their high standards regarding health, selection, and longevity of life. Although we had not heard the best information regarding local pet stores in general, they seemed to care so much for their puppies and store that we bought into their assurances.

Emma was a beautiful 5 lb. Maltese. Unfortunately, wherever she came from, beauty over health was demanded. Just recently Emma began to suffer from seizures. At first we thought, and hoped, it was just a form of epilepsy. This was not the case, Emma had a neurological and genetic disease (this from two vets and a neurology specialist). The disease was similar to a form of encephalitis.

After several heart-wrenching weeks with our struggling, and weakening, Emma, we were basically advised that nothing could be done. Emma had to be put to rest over this past weekend, she was suffering dearly, having as many as 9 seizures per day.

We gave Emma all of our love from beginning to end. Both watching her suffer and being forced to see the poor little girl be put to sleep was something nobody should have to go through. I highly doubt this is an isolated incident, and would not advise anybody to take the risk of purchasing a puppy from this establishment or any other place that will not disclose the dog's lineage.

We will always remember Emma for the wonderful times we had with her. But, eventually, we will be ready to welcome a new dog into our home. This time, however, the dog will be from a reputable licensed breeder.

I'm sure many others have gone through this and know how painful it is. For those who haven't and are searching for a puppy, avoid this. Do not purchase from here. Do your research and purchase from a reputable breeder. Contact me with any questions regarding my experience.

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My girlfriend and I purchased a puppy there in the summer of 2008. We knew her as Emma, they knew her as puppy # 441(I believe). The two female owners assured us of their high standards regarding health, selection, and longevity of life. Although we had not heard the best information regarding local pet stores in general, they seemed to care so much for their puppies and store that we bought into their assurances.

Emma was a beautiful 5 lb. Maltese. Unfortunately, wherever she came from, beauty over health was demanded. Just recently Emma began to suffer from seizures. At first we thought, and hoped, it was just a form of epilepsy. This was not the case, Emma had a neurological and genetic disease (this from two vets and a neurology specialist). The disease was similar to a form of encephalitis.

After several heart-wrenching weeks with our struggling, and weakening, Emma, we were basically advised that nothing could be done. Emma had to be put to rest over this past weekend, she was suffering dearly, having as many as 9 seizures per day.

We gave Emma all of our love from beginning to end. Both watching her suffer and being forced to see the poor little girl be put to sleep was something nobody should have to go through. I highly doubt this is an isolated incident, and would not advise anybody to take the risk of purchasing a puppy from this establishment or any other place that will not disclose the dog's lineage.

We will always remember Emma for the wonderful times we had with her. But, eventually, we will be ready to welcome a new dog into our home. This time, however, the dog will be from a reputable licensed breeder.

I'm sure many others have gone through this and know how painful it is. For those who haven't and are searching for a puppy, avoid this. Do not purchase from here. Do your research and purchase from a reputable breeder. Contact me with any questions regarding my experience.

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