Typically, 4-6 lbs. Anything smaller than 4 lbs is considered a T-Cup Chihuahua. Let it be known, "T-Cup" is an adjective that ONLY describes a Chihuahua that is below the standard weight. This term can not accurately be used for any other breed. For instance, a Pekingese that is smaller than the standard for that breed is called a "Sleave Pekingese". A Shih Tzu that is smaller than the standard for that breed is called an "Imperial Shih Tzu". The Poodle that was smaller than the standard was called the Toy, and has been called this for so long that the Toy Poodle has become a subset of the breed.
Answered by jarbeth - 11/21/2012 3:28:42 PM