Malti poo puppies near me behavior and training
Malti poo puppies near me inherit a combination of the Maltese and Poodle behavior tendencies, but there is no way to predict how much of each breed’s typical training idiosyncrasies a Maltipoo will have. Behavior is also affected by environment, learning, and a dog’s individual personality. However, both parent breeds are intelligent, eager to please, and loyal dog breeds that are a joy to train and live with. Your Maltipoo might have a tendency to chase a squirrel or two (as the Maltese breed was historically used for rodent control), but with consistent and positive training, a Maltipoo will thrive and be an excellent companion.
History of the Maltipoo
The Maltipoo first appeared in the United States at the end of the 20th century. Not much more is known about this breed’s origins except that they became popular with the rise of “designer dog breeds”.
The Maltipoo is one of the smaller options of the Doodle craze. The Poodle has proven to be an excellent choice to cross with other breeds due to its low-shedding coat, great temperament, and variety of sizes. For this reason, there’s been an explosion of doodles in the designer dog breed world, such as the Labradoodle, Goldendoodle, and Bernadoodle. And the Maltese, an ancient, social and loving dog from the island of Malta, was an obvious choice to crossbreed with the Poodle. The result is a fun, loyal, puppy-like breed that makes an excellent companion dog.
This Maltipoo Puppy has an excellent temperament and will make a loyal guard dog. She is raised and plays with children on a daily basis. This gal loves attention and is eager to please. Once you make her your newest family member, you will never know how you got along without her! This puppy is vet checked, vaccinated, wormed and comes with a 1 year genetic health guarantee. This cutie pie is waiting for you to schedule a visit! Don’t wait…call today!
10 Weeks old
Current on all shots
All paper work available
Other Pets Friendly
Price Discounts When you buy more than one Puppy