22 of the Tiniest Puppies Ever Born

These puppies are so tiny and adorable, they’re impossible not to love. Most of them can fit in the palm of your hand, but they more often seem to end up posing in tea cups. Either way, check out this gallery to see 22 of the tiniest and cutest puppies ever born — unless you’re afraid of your heart melting!

1. Teacup Yorkie

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This male Teacup Yorkie weighed less than two pounds when he was listed for sale. As you can see in the picture, he was only a few inches taller than a medicine bottle!

2. Towel Dog

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cuteandfunnydogs.blogspot.com

Good thing Biscuit’s head is sticking out from under the towel. He is so small he could have gotten lost under there.

3. Skateboard Pup

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Skateboard Pup definitely learned how to master the skill at an early age.

4. Finger-sized Chihuahua

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This Chihuahua is literally finger-sized, measuring about 6 inches tall!

5. Coffee Cup Pup

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6. Snowball

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If it weren’t for Snowball’s blown-out haircut, this puppy would look even tinier.

7. Fluffy Fox

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cutestpaw.com

This pup looks like a tiny fluffy fox.

8. Teacup Pup

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shechive.com

What is up with all of these puppies finding their way into teacups?!

9. Tyson

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Tyson is one of the UK’s tiniest puppies. He only weighed 11 ounces and had to be hand fed by his owner.

10. Perky Ear Pup

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This perky eared fella measures around five and a half inches tall, making him one of the smallest puppies on the list.

11. Teacup Pup #2

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A bit too big for the teacup it seems, and one of the largest tiny puppies on the list — but too cute not to include.

12. Taco Pup

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Despite the coincidence of being a Chihuahua and in a taco, that is not the famous Taco Bell Chihuahua.

13. Palm Puppy

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This puppy is sleeping so peacefully, but probably not fun for the person who has to hold him until he wakes up!

14. Even Tinier Palm Puppy

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This is one of the tiniest puppies ever born. She only measured about 3 inches in width!

15. Fur Ball Friend

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boutiqueteacuppuppies.com

Jackson is obviously the size of an outstretched hand, but with a big heart!

16. Soda Pup

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cutestpaw.com

This puppy is not above product placement in his photo ops!

17. Bone Chewin’ Betty

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Betty could fit in the palm of your hand, but she prefers being wrapped in soft blankets.

18. Sad Sarah

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Sarah looks like she just found out she’s not tall enough to get on a roller coaster. Don’t worry Sarah, one day you’ll be bigger!

19. Tiny Couch Carl

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cubiclebot.com

This dog was only five days old when this picture was taken on an equally tiny couch.

20. Big Heart Bob

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Bob was actually rescued by a nurse after losing an eye, and nursed back to health. You don’t even need two eyes to see how cute he is though!

21. Bug-Eyed Pup

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kkfriend.com

This dog is tiny but seems to have a big attitude.

22. Teacup Pup #3

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mimimipets.com

The third and final puppy to somehow make its way into a teacup.

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