Available teacup Havanese puppies for sale!
All our teacup Havanese puppies for sale are hand raised in our home and loved by our entire family to ensure a smooth transition into their new forever homes.
Teacup Havanese puppy for sale
|Current Age||10 Weeks Old|
|Vaccinations||Up to date|
Meet this cute teacup Havanese puppy for sale! Finn is quite a loving companion. He will make you wonder how you ever got along without him. He will surely make you smile with all his adorable antics. Finn hopes he can go home to you today so that he can bring you all his love and puppy kisses. This cute boy promises to always be by your side as your most faithful, four-legged companion. Wouldn’t you love to make Finn yours today? Don’t miss out!
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While Havanese dogs are small in size, they have big personalities! These outgoing, affectionate pups are bred for companionship and absolutely adore being around people. Native to Cuba (and named accordingly), they have a distinctive springy gait related to both their build and their spirited personalities. Havanese are somewhat active, and are suitable for apartment and house living, as a companion to an individual or family. These sweet, loving dogs are also very eager to learn and easily trained to do tricks. Havanese typically weigh between 9 -15 lbs. when fully grown.
The Havanese shines his affectionate personality on everyone, including strangers, children, other dogs, and even cats. But his family will get the lion’s share of his love; given the choice, he’ll stick like glue to his owner’s side. The potential downside to all this devotion is that, when left alone, the Havanese can become anxious. This is definitely a housedog, and a Havanese who’s left in the backyard — or anywhere away from his family — is not a happy dog.
Personality of the Havanese
The Havanese is the beloved family friend and companion you never knew you wanted. Affectionately known as “velcro-dogs”, these adorable pups seldom leave your side and crave human attention like they crave air to breathe.
When Havanese aren’t shadowing their family around the house or snuggled in your lap, they can be found performing tricks or working as therapy dogs. Though the Havanese was originally bred to accompany the Cuban aristocracy, these princely pups don’t mind clowning around – they love pulling toilet paper off the roll and sprinting around the house and full speed.
Havanese are easy to train and remarkably intelligent breeds. They are seldom aggressive and need a little exercise, but they do require regular grooming sessions to look their best. A wonderfully happy breed, the Havanese is a terrific addition to any family looking for a sweet, well-mannered companion.