Texas Teacups is crooked.

Their boutique items are cute. Wildly overpriced, but cute. My review has much more to do with the dogs they sell. I should begin by saying that we have bought many registered animals. Many. Dogs, horses, cows, etc. So, we are not ignorant to how this works. We purchased a dog from them recently. The dog is beautiful. As soon as we get her to a vet, later today, we'll know about her health. We presume that will check out. However, after spending thousands of dollars on this pure bread animal, we are given 30 something pages of small print. In which, we assume, her documentation will be for us to send into AKC. As we said, this is not our first rodeo. We look through the papers, no registration forms. We call, thinking it is a mistake. No, it's not. You paid thousands for this animal, but if you want her paperwork, you'll have to give us another thousand. ($875 to be exact). We call AKC, who notably has never heard of these people. They say that reputable breeders have their litters registered, which is FREE. Then give the papers to the people who buy them. This has been our experience in the past. We told them about the additional money they want. The AKC itself calls this crooked. Crooked and so very wrong. They say that so called breeders who pull this kind of fraud normally do not last long. I hope that is the case here. Naturally, we are already in love with the animal. We can go through the steps to register with AKC on our own, which will only cost $50. But, it will not show her lineage, because that cannot be proven, because the people at Texas Teacups are holding it for ransom. This is an immoral, unprofessional, and dirty practice. Charging a client $875 for something that was free to them. Or would have been. The AKC says none of their litters are registered, nor are the parents. Bearing in mind that the woman there gave us the number to AKC to get her registered ourselves! That was a huge mistake. You have got to be kidding me. The fact that they state the ransom amount as though it's common place for them is more reason that they should be out of business. Your best defense is to contact the AKC when you are thinking of buying. They will point you away from the crooks and to honest reputable breeders. I can tell you, they will NOT send you to Texas Teacups. If you look up Texas Teacup Reviews, you will see many others who have been ripped off.
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Please note. Texas teacups is a different business entirely from Texas teacup puppy.

Your complaint is with Texas teacups Www. Texasteacuppuppy.

Com is a different business than who your are complaining about. It would be great if you checked your review and altered it so as to be accurate.


I experienced the same problem!


Thanks for the warning.

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#545961 Review #545961 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Sachse, Texas
Reason of review
Not as described/ advertised
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Give us the papers

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