Where Can I Get FREE Yorkie Teacup Puppies, or Any Small Puppy?

Looking for small puppies in local New Jersey area. No SCAMS.. Real deal. I know they give puppies out. I just don’t know exactly where to look for them. Thanks so much!!

PARKERD there is a such thing as a tea cup yorkie in fact my mom has a tea cup. Normal Yorkies about the size of a jackrussle tea cups are a smaller version of that size. I say good luck to you because you won’t be finding a free yorkie unless its a scam because yorkies normally run from 600-1200. You all can not tell me that there is no such thing because my mom has one its 5 pounds

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9 Responses to “Where Can I Get FREE Yorkie Teacup Puppies, or Any Small Puppy?”

  1. Monty says:

    i don’t know about jersey but small dogs are never given out for free so don’t waste your time and if your looking to buy they cost thousands. your best bet is to check local shelters and hope they have one you like.
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  2. pinkbeaglegirl says:

    Check the shelters and also ask a veternairy hospital.
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  3. PARKERD says:

    There is no such thing as a teacup yorkie.

    It is a scam to get people to pay more money for a runt.

    Try a shelter, they have decent dogs at a decent price, and you will be saving a life.
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  4. Alesi's Chi's says:

    Oh yeah. They give them out on every street corner near me, include a year’s supply of food & also free veterinary care for the lifetime of the pup. You may not be able to find them in your area because they’ve all gone bankrupt with the cost of breeding being so high, and then giving them away for free
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  5. ghostrider734 says:

    PARKERD there is a such thing as a tea cup yorkie in fact my mom has a tea cup. Normal Yorkies about the size of a jackrussle tea cups are a smaller version of that size. I say good luck to you because you won’t be finding a free yorkie unless its a scam because yorkies normally run from 600-1200. You all can not tell me that there is no such thing because my mom has one its 5 pounds
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  6. Bare Nekkid TRUTH! says:

    there’s no such thing as a "teacup" anything

    You are NOT going to get a purebred puppy for free.. you’re not likely even going to find a small mixed breed for free.

    Ya, the kind of puppies that people give away are the large mutts that no one wants to pay money for.

    If you cant afford to buy a puppy, you cant afford to own one. Your best bet is to find one thru a shelter or rescue for a fair adoption fee http://www.petfinder.com
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  7. Kittysue says:

    You aren’t going to find a free puppy anywhere, let alone a purebred. Go to your local shelter and there are dogs of all sizes, but you will have to pay a fee to cover the vaccinations, spaying/neutering, admin costs. My mom got a 7 month old Maltese mix from our local shelter, and every other dog my family has had has been a pound puppy – Border Collie, Cockapoo, Terrier-poodle mix.

    Why would anyone give away a Yorkie that the could sell for $2000?

    Here is a list of the NJ SPCA shelters http://www.njspca.org/adopt_animal_shelters_nj.htm
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  8. nlgordaz says:

    Those dogs are in high demand, so you will not find a free one from a reputable breeder. You could contact the breeders on this page: http://www.pets4you.com/york.html
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  9. caninelover says:

    Where can I get a FREE Mercedes Benz? Seriously…

    1) There is no such thing as a teacup Yorkie. If you are not aware of that and the negative connotations associated with the term, then you are very uneducated on the breed. Take the time to research them and educate yourself on them BEFORE trying to actively acquire one. If you lack even the most basic knowledge about the breed, how on Earth are you ever going to be able to select a healthy, well bred one?

    2) While you are educating yourself, save your money so you can afford one. Just like everyone else has to do. Breeding ethically is expensive. Breeders have costs they have to cover–stock, food, whelping and grooming supplies, registration fees, vet bills, vaccinations, medical testing, etc. It adds up and no breeder is going to cut corners just to give you a free or cheap dog.
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    Yorkie breeder 10+ years

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