Malti Poo Puppies for Sale
NY Breeder (nybreeder.com) is your preeminent resource for Maltipoo puppies!
The Maltipoo is a top choice for New York City apartment dwellers as a terrifically sweet lapdog at any age! A fluff ball as a puppy into adulthood, the cuteness factor of Maltipoo is plus 10!
Crossbred between the Toy Poodle and Maltese, Malti Poo’s have many unique names including Moodle, Malta Poo, Malt-Oodle, Multa Poo, Malti Doodle, Malt Oodles, and the Maltese Poodle. As a crossbreed, Malti Poo’s are not like other poodle mixes.
The parent lineage from the Maltese side makes Malti Poo’s a good pet for people with allergies. Since the Malti Poo is not purebred you cannot register your new puppy with the American Kennel Club (AKC), although it is accepted as a breed by the American Canine Hybrid Club.
Breeders often mate first-generation purebred Poodles with first-generation purebred Maltese. Other breeders cross breed Malti Poo with Poodles, or they choose to breed Malti Poo with Maltese. In dog breeding terminology this is known as a backcross. When breeders choose to mate Malti Poo with each other, this is called a multi-generation cross. Different characteristics in each Malti Poo puppy will appear based on its parents, so check with your breeder as to how your new Malti Poo puppy was bred.
The Malti Poo breed has a charming and distinct personality. Malti’s are popular dogs among the masses and celebrities alike. A famous Malti Poo is ‘Daisy’ who became popular on the reality TV show ‘Newlyweds: Nick and Jessica’, featuring Nick Lachey and Jessica Simpson.
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The Malti Poo are different in size and weight, however, most full-grown dogs in this breed are 6-15 inches tall and can weigh between 5-15 pounds. If your Malti Poo puppy contains more Maltese genealogy, it will have a dome-shaped skull, while Malti Poo with more of the Poodle gene pool will be born with longer narrower muzzles.
The coat of your new fur-baby may be frizzy like that of the Poodle parent be long and silky in its texture like that of the Maltese. Malti Poo are bred in four colors that include grey, apricot, white, or black. Malti Poo look their best when they are sporting a short ‘puppy cut’ Or you might choose to leave your dog’s coat longer, and tie the hair in a bow to showcase its beautiful languid eyes.
Malti’s are loving and sincerely devoted family dogs. They possess a high intelligence and as a true lapdog that adores snuggling with its owner. The mix of Poodle and Maltese will create a lively and playful pet. During its puppy stage and on into adulthood, your Malti Poo will insist on curling up next to you for a nap on the couch or will want to play with you. Malti Poo need a lot of companionship, so be prepared to have your new pet with you often.
While almost all Malti Poo will enjoy other household pets and dogs. Still, it is best to socialize them as puppies since they are territorial and very protective of their family. Your Malti Poo should be supervised around small children. The Malti Poo are uneasy around strangers.
Care and Feeding
Malti Poo do very little or no shedding yet they require regular brushing to prevent matted fur. They also require grooming on a monthly basis. You must also clean your Malti Poo’s eyes and ears regularly to get rid of stray hairs. Do not over-bathe your new pet and do not handle your Malti Poo puppy constantly. Puppies in this breed are highly sensitive and grow best with a lot of relaxation and rest. Your Malti Poo will live anywhere from11-13 years of age.
Malti Poo may be born with certain minor health issues inherent in parent breeds. This includes dental issues that can be resolved with frequent brushing. Some heart issues and bloat may affect your Malti Poo as these are common conditions in purebred Poodles or Maltese. To prevent bloat, feed your Malti Poo puppy from a raised dish to and space out meals during the day. Your Malti Poo should not exercise immediately after it eats.
Malti Poo are easy to train since this breed is eager to please its owner. It may take some time to housebreak your new Malti Poo pup, however, give positive reinforcement, your new puppy will be successful. After you have trained your new puppy outside you can train your Malti Poo inside your home, by using a low box they can climb into or on newspaper. Malti Poo can get the majority of its exercise through walks in your yard indoor activities.
NY Breeder specializes in the toy, miniature, and standard breeds, including Malti Poo. They are open and ready to serve your needs as well as answer all questions you have about your new Malti Poo puppy. They also offer grooming and dog training services in a group or individual setting.
NY Breeder is located in White Plains, NY at 45 Tarrytown Road. Contact them at 914-935-7410, email them at email@example.com, or visit them today!