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I agree with everyone about the fact that these extra tiny chihuahuas can have health problems, but whenever I read adverts for teacup, I always thought teacup was just an adjective people were using--a fancy way of describing a chihuahua that is smaller than the standard size--not saying that teacup was a part of the standard. Don't get me wrong, I dont think people should be breeding down the size, but I also think a lot of people are just using the name teacup as an adjective. And if people would stop obsessing over getting the tiniest chihuahua they could find, we wouldnt have this problem--supply and demand.
 
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