Beware of the tiny puppy with the unusually large round eyes and the tiny button nose.
Chances are… if the puppy looks more like a doll than a puppy, it’s probably a photoshopped image. Often advertised as “Korean puppies,” their features are heavily exaggerated in Photoshop. This is a common occurrence, as many online puppy dealers have been doctoring their images in Photoshop to make their puppies appear much smaller and more exotic looking than they actually are. Unusually large round eyes, tiny button noses, and smooshed in faces are all features that are often faked with photo editing software. Without a physical location to visit, clients can’t see the puppy for themselves – so when the puppy arrives, it’s much larger than advertised and doesn’t look anything like it did in the picture. Here at TeaCups, Puppies & Boutique ®, we only use color correction tools to edit our photos and never alter the features of our puppies to make them appear to be something that they’re not. We also have a physical location where clients can view our puppies in person at any time during our regular business hours – no appointment necessary!