maltipoo

Maltipoo a cute, clever, playful, and affectionate dog breed. This sweet little dog is a cross of a Maltese and a Toy or Miniature Poodle. These dog retain their puppy-like looks and behavior well into their teen years. His coat can be scruffy or curly and comes in a variety of colors, although it is most often white or cream.

 

IMPORTANT STATS

  • Life expectancy: 10 – 15 years
  • Origin: Malta
  • Temperament:loyal,intelligent
  • Height: Male: 9–11 Inches, Female: 9–10 Inches
  • Weight: Male: 4–6  pounds, Female: 4–5 pounds
  • Colors: almost any
  • Group: Toy Group

 

 MAJOR CHARACTERISTICS

Other names
Mati
Coat:Scruffy, curly
Litter size average 3 to 4 pups maybe larger
Life span12-14 years

 

 

MALTIPOO

The Maltipoo is a crossbreed. This dog opening your heart and home to a crossbreed is like opening a beautifully wrapped package on your birthday: you never know what’s going to be inside.

These dog breeds often assumed that a crossbreed will combine the best of two or more breeds, but genetics doesn’t always work that way. The way genes combine and express themselves is not necessarily within a breeder’s control, even less so when two breeds are crossed.

 

MALTIPOO TEMPERAMENT AND APPEARANCE

  • Mild-mannered and Normally calm, the Maltipoo dog breeds is a great family companion for those willing to spend a lot of time with the dog.
  • This crossbreed also loves his people and attaches to them quickly.
  • It is also a strong dog to human bond can be problematic as Maltipoos often suffer from separation anxiety.
  • This dog can also become depressed and even cause harm to themselves by pulling out their own coats and chewing on their skin.
  • Maltipoos dog breeds do best when a family member is with them all of the time.
  • This makes them ideal companions for seniors, or people who work from home
  • Fine-boned, elegant, easy to carry, doesn’t take up much space
  • Friendly toward Strangers.

 

MALTIPOO HEALTH AND CARE

  • Life expectation is 10 to 15 years.
  • Major concerns: none
  • Minor concerns: patellar luxation, open fontanel, hypoglycemia, hydrocephalus, distichiasis, entropion, dental problems, hypothyroidism, portacaval shunt
  • Occasionally seen: deafness, shaker syndrome
  • Suggested tests: knee, eye, cardiac

 

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