Teacup Puppies Teddy Bear

We are proud breeders of small, toy, and teacup Bichon Frise, Lhasa Apso, Shih Tzu, Maltese, Pomeranian and Toy poodle designer hybrids. Our teddy bear puppies include Maltipoo, shichon, Zuchon, Pomapoo, Maltipoochon and Lhasapoo puppies. We specialize in hypoallergenic puppies for companion, therapy dogs, and emotional support pets. They make the perfect “apartment dog.”

We have combined our favorite small breeds for their most beloved traits, conformation and a stronger genetic diversity. The hardiness of the Poodle breed comes through in our designer crosses. Both of our miniature and toy poodles are intelligent and charming. Our sweet Bichon Frise have the most darling personalities and can be great therapy dogs. Our angelic Maltese with their quiet spirit, add luxurious coats, baby doll faces, with an easy breezy temperament. We also find they are the perfect greeters! The Shih Tzu breed have adorable playful attitudes, happy tails, and bring the fun to any home. The Lhasa Apsos contribute big beautiful eyes, gorgeous hair coat, and a loving, loyal nature. Our PomaPoo puppies are tiny, compact, and super intelligent. Our Maltipoochon puppies combine the best characteristics of three darling breeds – Maltese, Toy Poodle and Bichon Frise. They are sweet, intelligent and loving as well as hypoallergenic and low maintenance. With trademark curly hair, adorable puppy eyes and floppy ears, it’s easy to see why the cavapoochon is becoming an increasingly popular dog breed. Cavapoochonsare a cross between three breeds – a Cavalier King Charles spaniel, a poodle and a bichon frise.

Our Family Teddy Bears weigh between 5 – 10 lbs as adults, are non-shedding, hypoallergenic puppies who adore their families. Under our Family Teddy Bears “Umbrella” we have Shichon, Zuchon, Bichpoo, Poochon, Maltichon, Maltipoo, Maltichon, Maltipoochon, Shihpoo, Cavapoochon, Lhasapoo, and Pomapoo puppies.

The Shih Tzu breed is one of the oldest known and was favored by Chinese royals and kept at court as far back as the Tang dynasty, 618 to 907. Although we don’t know its exact ancestors, experts believe they are a cross between Tibet’s Lhasa Apso breed and a small Chinese dog like a Pekingese. Shih Tzus became popular with commoners in China during the Ming dynasty, but they almost disappeared during the Chinese Revolution. Somehow seven males and seven females were saved, and all of today’s Shih Tzus are descended from those 14 dogs. They began to appear in other countries and North America in the early 1900s. They were often referred to as Apsos. Clubs recognizing the differences between Shih Tzus and Apsos were not established until 1934 and 1935, but a standard defining the Shih Tzu’s unique characteristics wasn’t established until 1938. World War II veterans returning to the United States brought these vivacious little pups home with them from England. In 1969 Shih Tzus were recognized as a toy breed with the American Kennel Club. They became popular in the U.S. quickly and continue to be popular today.

Teddy Bears are the result of a cross between a Bichon Frise and a Shih Tzu. They were first bred in the 1990s in the United States with the goal of creating a dog that looked like a teddy bear and would make a sweet companion to children and adults alike. Their history isn’t long, but the parent breeds are well-documented.

Temperament Attached & LivelyThe Teddy Bear is intelligent, so expect training to be fairly easy. They are loyal and devoted, and they tend to get very attached to their people. They are playful and love to get attention. This breed is happy, lively, friendly, and sociable. They get along with children as well as other dogs and pets. They want to be a valued family member, and they are meant to live inside with you. They will want to snuggle and sleep with you. They can be very sensitive and suffer from separation anxiety when they are apart from you. For that reason, it’s important to lavish them with attention and not leave them alone for very long.

The Bichon Frise was created in the Mediterranean centuries ago. They were often traded, and that’s how they made their way around the world. In the 1300s the breed became very popular with Italian nobility. France discovered the breed in the 1500s, and they were also treasured there. They made their way to and became popular in the Canary Islands in the 15th and 16th centuries. The 1800s saw a decline in the breed’s popularity, but there were efforts to restabilize the breed after the first World War.

Appearance Small & Teddy Bear-likeTeddy Bears are small dogs that were named for their teddy bear look. They have round heads with furry, floppy ears. They have brown or hazel eyes, black noses, and flat, wide muzzles. Their bodies are sold, and their tails curl over their backs. Their legs and paws are strong. They have long, flowy fur that can be curly or silky depending on their genes. They are considered hypoallergenic and shed very little, so they can be a good choice for those with allergies. Their coloring is:

This pup usually gets along very well with other pets, especially other dogs, and are very good with small children. Their mild temperament makes them the perfect companion for just about anyone. They do not typically bark, but they will if they sense danger, or when someone new enters their house for the first time.

A few of our Cute Teddy Bear Pups

Tiny, fluffy, and completely charming Teddy Bear puppies bring new meaning to love at first sight. These little toy dogs are happy, playful, and as cuddly as can be. They love to impress their owners with cute tricks and stunts, and are entirely devoted to making their human family happy. Teddy Bear puppies adore being involved in every family activity, and are quite fond of games, cuddles, and training.

Teddy Bear puppies, sometimes referred to as the Zuchon or Shichon, are a designer breed that is typically a cross between the Shih Tzu and the Bichon Frise (Teddy Bear Shichon) or a mix between the Shih Tzu and the Maltese (the Teddy Bear Mal-Shi).

With their petite stature, soft and cuddly coats, and their cute round faces, they are truly teddy bears in appearance.


How big do teacup Teddy Bear dogs get?

Gentle. Sometimes called Shichon, Zuchon, Shichon-Teddy Bear, Tzu Frise, BichonTzu, Rag Doll, and Shih-Chon, the Teddy Bear is the result of crossing a Bichon Frise and Shih Tzu. They arrived on the scene in the 1990s, and earned their name for their large eyes and an appearance similar to a teddy bear.

What is the dog that looks like a Teddy Bear?

The Teddybear breed usually grows up to 9 to 12 inches and weigh between 10 to 15 pounds when fully grown.