Loving. Devoted.

Also called Melitae Dog, Ye Ancient Dogge of Malta, Roman Ladies Dog, The Comforter, Spaniel Gentle, Bichon, Maltese Lion Dog, and Maltese Terrier, the Maltese are thought to have originated in Malta in the Mediterranean Sea. They were loved by Greeks and Egyptians and were depicted in art and used to comfort the sick. The Maltese remained a favorite companion throughout history and was one of the earliest lap dogs. They are playful, affectionate, and trusting. They get along great with older children and pets, but they can become intimidated and cranky toward younger children. Early socialization can ensure they grow to be pleasant, gentle, and well-mannered.

These small bundles are irresistibly adorable with their silky white fur and charming personalities. Hand-raised with care, our Maltese puppies are socialized and prepared to bring endless happiness right into your home. If you are in search of a loyal companion or a small-size cuddle buddy, then our Teacup Toy Maltese puppies are sure to steal your heart. Find your furry friend today with Happytail Puppies.



Sprightly & Fun
The Maltese is an excellent family dog that gets along with pets and older kids, but can be snappish with younger children. Early training and socialization can help your family and your dog learn patience and gentleness.

These are loving dogs who are very devoted to their people. They are playful and perfectly comfortable being the center of attention. The best part is, you’re sure to be entertained by their adorable antics.

Because Maltese are intelligent and eager to please, they are extremely easy to train. Start training and socialization early, and use gentle but firm guidance. They’ll catch on fast and want to show off their new tricks.

The Maltese is a fun-loving, sprightly breed. With adequate exposure to different people and situations and consistent training, your Maltese will be a fun companion with endless love to give.


Compact & White
The Maltese is small and compact. They have small, round heads with small drop ears, bright, dark, round, button eyes, and a small dark nose. Little black lips that poke through their white beard complete the adorable look.

They have pure white fur that is typically straight with a silky and soft texture. Their fur can grow to be quite long if properly brushed and left untrimmed, but most Maltese parents keep their hair trimmed for a lower-maintenance look. Because they don’t have an undercoat, they are considered hypoallergenic and can be a great choice for those with allergies.

When the Maltese is shown, it is reminiscent of a graceful little cloud that floats across the floor with a gentle, light step and long fur that touches the ground.

They are very small, only about 10 inches tall and usually weighing from 4 to 8 pounds.


Medium Activity
The Maltese tends to have some energy, and they will love to go on short walks. They also love playtime, both with you and with their toys.

We recommend 60 minutes of activity per day and about 6 miles of walking per week.
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The Enduring Legacy of Teacup Toy Maltese Puppies

In canine history, there are a couple of breeds with the charm and grace of Teacup Toy Maltese, a lineage rich in centuries of adoration and admiration.

• Origin

The magical history of Teacup Toy Maltese puppies dates back centuries and is deep-rooted in the dynamic tapestry of the esteemed European aristocracy and ancient civilizations. Being named after the awe-inspiring island of Malta by the Romans, these exquisite canines have captivated hearts across the ages with their grace and charm. The Maltese is a delightful blend of Bichon and Spaniel ancestry that embodies traits of affection, best loyalty, and gentleness, being a product of ancient lineage. They have been bestowed with numerous titles, from the Comforter to the Maltese Lion Dog, reflecting their prominent role in society.

• Rise To Prominence

Renowned for their fearlessness and boundless affection, Maltese dogs were revered for their purported healing powers. They were often tasked with comforting the sick during times of need. Their presence in European aristocratic circles elevated their status, making them beloved subjects of literature and art, cherished for their elegance and companionship.

• Entrants in The US

In the 1700s, the Maltese made their grand entrance into the United States, captivating the hearts of enthusiasts and cementing their legacy as cherished companion animals. Today, Teacup Toy Maltese puppies continue to enchant with their endearing demeanor, serving as cherished companions to families around the globe, a testament to their enduring appeal and timeless charm.

The Health Needs of Teacup Toy Maltese Puppies

These precious companions deserve a lifetime of happiness and vitality to ensure the well-being and health of Teacup Toy Maltese puppies. It is important to have an awareness of potential health concerns impacting them being a robust breed.

Major Health Concerns

Addressing these major health concerns requires vigilance and proactive care to ensure your Teacup Toy Maltese puppy enjoys a healthy life to the fullest.

  • Patent Ductus Arteriosus (PDA): A congenital heart defect affecting blood flow.
  • Obesity: Excessive weight can lead to various health issues and decreased quality of life.

Minor Health Concerns

While minor in nature, these health concerns necessitate careful monitoring and timely intervention to maintain the well-being of your beloved companion.

  • Mono/Bilateral Cryptorchidism: Undescended testicles, which may require surgical correction.
  • Hydrocephalus: A neurological condition affecting the brain's fluid balance.
  • Dental Disease: Oral health issues that can impact overall well-being if left untreated.
  • Portosystemic Shunt: A liver disorder affecting blood flow and metabolism.
  • Shaker Dog Syndrome: Characterized by tremors and muscle weakness, often affecting smaller breeds like the Maltese.

Care Tips for Teacup Toy Maltese Puppies

The luscious white coat of the Maltese is not just lovely; it's high maintenance. Here's how to keep your Teacup Toy Maltese looking and feeling their best:

• Daily Brushing:

Your Maltese needs daily brushing to prevent tangles and uncomfortable mats. Use a pin brush and stainless steel comb for best results. Consider using a gentle conditioner diluted with water to ease the process and protect the fur from breakage.

• Frequent Baths

This breed requires regular baths. Prior to bathing, thoroughly comb out the fur to eliminate tangles. Opt for a whitening shampoo to brighten their coat and use a conditioner to manage their long hair. Gently towel dry and follow up with a blow dryer for a more attractive coat.

• Ear Care 

Check and clean your pup's ears regularly to prevent infections.

• Nail Trimming

Trim your Maltese's nails as needed to prevent discomfort or potential injury.

• Dental Hygiene

Brush your pup's teeth at least a couple of times a week to maintain oral health and prevent dental issues.

Frequently Asked Questions About Teacup Toy Maltese Puppies

How Big Do Teacup Maltese Puppies Get?

Teacup Maltese puppies are very small, typically weighing between 2 to 4 pounds when fully grown. They stand around 6 to 8 inches tall. These tiny dogs are known for their petite size and delicate frames, making them ideal for those seeking a compact companion.

Does Teacup Maltese Shed A Lot?

Teacup Maltese dogs have a single-layer coat that sheds minimally. They are considered low-shedding dogs, making them a suitable choice for people who prefer a pet that doesn't leave a lot of fur around the house. Regular grooming helps manage any minor shedding.

How Long Do Teacup Maltese Puppies Live?

Teacup Maltese puppies generally live 12 to 15 years with proper care. Their longevity depends on factors like genetics, diet, exercise, and regular veterinary check-ups. Providing a healthy lifestyle can help ensure they live a long, happy life.

How Do I Train My Teacup Maltese Puppy?

Training a Teacup Maltese puppy involves positive reinforcement, consistency, and patience. Start with basic commands like sit, stay, and come. Use treats and praise to reward good behavior. Socialize them early with other pets and people to develop a well-rounded temperament. You can also take the help of professional puppies training programs for effective results.

Are Teacup Maltese Hypoallergenic?

Teacup Maltese dogs are considered hypoallergenic because they produce fewer allergens compared to other breeds. Their minimal shedding and single-layer coat helps reduce the amount of dander in the environment, making them a good option for allergy sufferers. Regular grooming also helps manage allergens.


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