hi im getting a baby yorkie but the owner says that the mom is only having two babies isnt the limit 5??and she also says that its becuase its a differnt type of yokie and it doesnt matter if its teacup or toy or terrier right???
Okay, if you can find this forum, you can research the yorkie breed. Please don't hand any money over until you do. Start with the YTCA.org. I'm not sure what your asking, but 2 small/toy dogs have small litters. 2-3 puppies is about average. There is only one kind of Yorkshire Terrier recognized by the AKC. They are all supposed to be "7lbs or less." There is no such thing as a "teacup yorkie." Of course out of standard dogs exist and make great, if not better pets, but never should be bred. For example a breeder might sell an oversized (sturdier) yorkie to home w/ kids, but they would require you have the dog neutered.
2 puppies is very normal for any Toy breed. As the above poster said, there is only one kind of yorkshire terrier (Yorkie). They are in the Toy group, and there is no such thing as teacup. They are small dogs.
Don't purchase a puppy til you know what you are buying. Make sure the person you are getting the dog is a reputable breeder. Do they do health testing? Do they give a health guarentee of 2yrs or more? If no to either one of these questions, I would walk away now.
Most yorkies only have 2 or at the most 3 puppies. But, anytime they adverise toy or teacup run. There is no such thing as a teacup yorkie and yorkies are a toy breed. Then they adverise toy yorkies?????? The little male we will be getting in a couple of weeks will be about 3lbs. I don't understand people that want these tiny tiny little things that usually end up with alot of health problems because of bad breeding.