We are a household owned puppy store and boutique with over 19 years of experience. We love our puppies and have a extensive decision of Purebreds! Our doggies are loved from birth by our hand-chosen breeders, many of whom have been with us for over a lengthy time. Sometimes, we additionally have rescued. Come in today to undertake the best addition to your family. Our Puppies are born right here at home and we attend to Mom for each birth.

We’re not your average puppy store! Here at Ryan Perfect Puppies 4 Sweet Home, Puppies & Boutique, the safety and well-being of our puppies are of the utmost importance, and our goal is to provide them with the absolute best care possible! Our puppies sleep in clean and cozy condos with warm blankets and heating pads. We never use cages with painful metal wire flooring, as this can be especially dangerous for teacup-sized puppies. We also employ a full staff dedicated to keeping our puppies clean and healthy. Our in-house veterinary technician performs regular fecal examinations and ensures that each and every puppy is happy, eating properly, and up-to-date on vaccinations.


In addition, a licensed veterinarian visits our boutique every Friday afternoon to perform health examinations of our puppies. When you purchase a puppy from us, you can rest assured that you are bringing home a healthy, happy, and pampered puppy. For two decades, we have been raising and caring for the teacup Yorkie puppies. As a retired teacup puppy breeder and vet technician myself, our extensive experience makes us quite the expert in the teacup puppy industry. With the purchase of a puppy, We pass our knowledge down to you during a 45-minute orientation on how to properly care for your new puppy. During this orientation, we teach you everything you need to know. From feeding and bathing to vaccinating your new puppy, all of your questions will be answered.

Yorkies with Children And Other Pets

Because of their small size, Yorkies aren’t suited to families with young children. Most breeders won’t sell puppies to people whose children are younger than 5 or 6 years old. It’s just too easy for children to drop them, step on them, or hold them too tightly.

Yorkies can get along well with other pets, including cats, if socialized to them at an early age. They’re bold in going after strange dogs, however, even those that outweigh them by a factor of ten, and protecting them from themselves becomes second nature to people with Yorkies.