Teacup beagle puppies are one dog that is very popular in America and in other countries around the world. In America, a leading authority on pure breeds is the American Kennel Club, which holds a competition for purebreds like Shih Tzu. Distinguished from the pure breeds or mixed breed “mutts” by their ancestors and documented.
Dog breeds native to help maintain the desired characteristics of a particular breed. Mutts on the other hand have a definite heritage. Although the standard dogs have excelled in AKC competition, won a record-breaking number of championships over the years, some breeders selectively breed Shih Tzu smaller members of the species, which produce less standard-sized dog. Miniature, or teacup beagle puppies, maintaining the breed properties, however, is not recognized by the American Kennel Club.
They can compete with alternative organizations such as the National Canine Association (NCA) and the Chinese Imperial Dog Club of America. Teacup beagle puppies have a special characteristic that is separate from other breeds. The American Kennel Club defines the breed standard and cites the dog must fall within the range of register and compete. Shih Tzu should be robust with a compact body covered with a double coat of long, silky fur in any color. Feather straight to wavy in texture. Height must be between eight and eleven inches and the weight should be between nine and sixteen pounds.