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21 comments

  1. Fuckin breeders and their incest

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  2. There are also disadvantages of petting these dogs if you keep them and hopefully not you lost them then they are not easy to find whether they can go to road and u may know what could have happen so dont pet these dogs plzz pet them if you have enough protection for them by DR.ALEXDAVID VETNIRY

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  3. These are not dogs

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  4. I remember when I put my deceased puppies on my sister's cup, they were so cute

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  5. The major fault with this type of dog is that while it sounds like an easy dog on paper, they are actually a lot to care for. It seems to me like all people want these dogs for are cute pictures or an accessory instead of an actual canine companion. I don't recommend getting a dog if you aren't ready to supply them with their basic needs. If all you want is an accessory than you might as well get a plush dog.

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  6. It's not 'genetic modification' it's selective breeding.

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  7. why do these lil guys have to suffer

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  8. ;-; i was gonna buy one but after this video i dont think i will

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  9. Rescue/adopt/rehome but don’t support these breeders!

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  10. People have been breeding all dogs for centuries you can get problems even with large breeds if bred wrong or to fast it is not breeding them but how it is done

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  11. This video is quite useful thank you for informing me about the diseases and illnesses. I recently rescued a teacup pomeranian from an animal shelter near me who was also known as the runt of the litter, he's only about 15 weeks old right now and he seems to be getting on fine~ His name is Koda and he has the most perfect dark brown patch over his nose / mouth with beautiful light brown coloured fur. His head is smaller than it's originally supposed to be but I've been to the vet many times and they've said it's perfectly fine. Well hopefully he doesn't pick up one of these diseases, he's my little bundle of joy and I sure hope he sticks around for a while. I love him sm!~

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  12. I was looking to buy one but after watching this video I won’t buy teacup dog 😥

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  13. I so cute

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  14. Lodi hindi me bhol

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  15. I just got one.. guess I have to prepare for hella big appointments

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  16. I just bought my teacup chihuahua yesterday I had no idea this is what their health is like but ig I can just watch out for his diet and more vets appointments

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  17. It just feels wrong to me. I feel like they'd never be treated like real dogs. They're just pretty pictures to look at.

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  18. These should be illegal.

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  19. This is so true. I did a video about teacups on my channel earlier! They are totally misleading.

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  20. I won't buy one. How cruel to breed these babies. How cruel to buy one.

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  21. Thank you for this! These poor dogs are unhealthy and frequently die young. It is cruel to breed them and ethical breeders will not breed them.

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