Chihuahua Size Chart & Price List
Chihuahua Puppy Prices vary based on size.
Read this page to understand how to purchase one of our puppies at a discounted price and how select puppies are marked down every 2 to 10 days until sold. Our web site is also a information and resource center and we hope that it helps you in your search for a new puppy.
Owner Rebecca Bice of Texas Teacups is a Texas Licensed Dog Breeder # 203
We do not breed large dogs and we do not breed medium sized dogs. We only breed small puppy/dogs and tiny puppy/puppy dogs.
When purchasing a small breed keep in mind, the smaller the puppy, the more expensive they can be.
Size chart and price chart at the bottom of this page is provided for reference for the Chihuahua Breed.
New puppies are always listed at a starting price for their breed & size category.
After they have been officially posted with size & price for 2 to 3 weeks, they are marked down every 2 to 10 days until sold. Puppies may be marked down faster when our nursery is full.
Average Price Range for Our Puppies
Average puppy prices range from $1,875.00 to $6,500.00
Micro Tiny Teacup, Tiny Teacups, Specialty Colored Pets $5,000 and up.
Puppies from Celebrity Bloodlines are $5,000 and up.
We also offer small adoption pets as a self service option on our website, however, because we are not a non-profit organization they may be priced higher than government funded animal shelters.
Adoption Pets start at $975.00 and are reduced in price until gone.
Pre-Adoption Pets range from $975.00 to $2,875.00
(They can be featured at any price during a discounted special.)
Free Pets are offered when a puppy price drops to $25.00 for over 48 hours.
(Adoption application fee will still be required to adopt a free pet - click open adoption application on any puppy page to see that fee. It will be based on the payment option you choose.)
Pets drop down to the lowest price during non-peak season in July and August.
Pre-Adoption pets can also be listed at any price with a deal of the days special price.
Beware of Counterfeit Teacup Dog Breeders & Internet Scammers
Teacup dogs are the most sought after dog on this planet. Since there are more people who want them than there are people who can afford them, they have became a high target for counterfeit teacup dog breeders and internet scammers. We receive 10 to 20 calls a week from people who were scammed looking for a cheap, teacup puppy. Click open the button below the size chart to help you recognize an internet puppy scammer.
If size is important to you, purchase a puppy from a breeder who will give you a written size guarantee.
If you do not have any disposable money to gamble with, purchase a puppy from a licensed dog breeder who will allow you to pay for the puppy when you see it in person.
Size Chart Below is The Size Definition for Our Puppies
Click open the size chart of any breed for a detailed size definition of our tiny teacup, teacup, and toy size puppies. It will help you to understand what the size of a teacup or micro tiny teacup puppy will be once full grown.
Even if you do not purchase a puppy from us, we strongly recommend you educate yourself about the breed you are interested in purchasing, as some breeds are harder to train than others.
Our pet size chart will help you decide on the size of puppy which is best for your family, especially if you have young toddlers in the home who could easily drop a tiny puppy on its head. Temperament is also important with children.
You may want to find out what breeds we specialize in that have mild, calm temperaments, as well as breeds that are hypoallergenic and non-shedding. Each breed has a different size definition.
Did you know there are dainty, petite, teacup dogs, as well as healthier and heartier teacup dogs, such as the Daisy & French Bulldogs who are compact in size and have short legs, but are not as delicate and frail as a small-boned dog with a dainty, petite, body frame.
How To Purchase a Puppy at a Discounted Price
Select puppies are reduced every 2 to 10 Days Until Sold
Occasionally reduced daily up when our nursery is full and we need to make room for new puppies.
During the 12 days of Christmas all male puppies are reduced daily!
Example: If we have several Shih Tzu puppies available and one or t