Cute and cuddly, the Maltipoo is an affectionate hybrid breed dog (purebred Poodle and Maltese mix). He is generally friendly and outgoing, believing that everyone in the world is his best friend. People can’t resist their soft coats and spunky attitudes. Maltipoos are easy to train because they want to please their families. This crossbreed is the perfect dog for first-time dog owners or for those living in small spaces with little or no yards, such as an apartment or a condo.

Maltipoos are bred to be hypoallergenic dogs however; not all puppies will grow to fulfill this hope. Those with allergies should spend a considerable amount of time with other Maltipoos from the breeding to ensure that their allergies won’t kick in. Let’s face it; nobody wants to get a new puppy only to have to give him up weeks later due to allergy problems. To learn more about the Maltipoo, please continue to read.

Breed Facts

Originated in the United States, the the Maltipoo dog was created to be a small and affectionate companion. The dog was bred to be a wonderful pet that would fit into any family’s lifestyle. The original breeders hit their mark as the Maltipoo is a great companion for many families. Both the Poodle and the Maltese are popular dog breeds – combining the two together is thought to bring out the best in both breeds.

Training a Maltipoo is quite easy, provided the trainer is calm and caring. The hybrid dog known as the Maltipoo is the result of breeding a purebred Poodle to a purebred Maltese. The plan for this breeding was to develop a dog that was hypoallergenic, non-shedding and highly trainable. There have been multigenerational breedings that have created a more standardized look and temperament in this hybrid breed.

Maltipoos are high-energy, small dogs and need a diet that is specifically formulated for them They should be fed high-quality, dry kibble. Dry kibble will help prevent a variety of oral health problems including gum infections, tooth loss and bad breath. Canned and other wet foods provide an optimum area for the growth of plaque which can cause dental issues.

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