teacup-toy maltipoo puppy


Lively. Cuddly.

The Maltipoo is also known by a slew of other cute names: Malti-Doodle, Malt-A-Doodle, Maltidoodle, Maltedoodle, Malt-oodle, Malt-A-Poo, Malta-Poo, Malta Poo, Malti-Poodle, Malte-Poo, Maltepoo, Maltesepoo, Maltese-Poodle, Maltesedoodle, and Moodle. It is a cross between a Maltese and a Toy Poodle, and it was created to be a small, loving companion. Soft and cuddly, adorable and affectionate, this dog is bound to warm your heart. They are intelligent, lively, and energetic but also gentle enough to make a great family pet.

Our cherishable Maltipoo puppies are ideal for families and individuals alike. They offer the perfect blend of affectionate companionship and playful energy. All our pups are raised with care and love, and the hypoallergenic cuties are prepared to become your friends forever. Each of our puppies comes with a health guarantee and vaccinations. So, never miss out on the chance to welcome home a Teacup Toy Maltipoo puppy, contact us today!



Feisty & Cuddly
Your Maltipoo puppy is described by breeders and owners as alert, affectionate, energetic, gentle, intelligent, lively, and loving.

They make good family companions as they get along well with older children and cats. When it comes to younger children and other animals, it works best to introduce them when your Maltipoo is a puppy. Early training and socialization can help you create a well-mannered companion who can get along with anyone. (And their Intelligence makes them fairly easy to train.)

They are feisty little fur balls who will follow you wherever you go. They will hang out in your lap as long as you let them, but don’t mistake them for snoozy or lazy. They are perpetually ready to play when the opportunity arises.

While Maltipoos tend to like strangers, expect them to bark when unfamiliar folks are about.


Small & Word
Being a mix of the Maltese and the Toy Poodle, your Maltipoo may inherit qualities from either or both of their parent breeds.

They have mid-length, floppy ears, a black nose, and dark eyes, or blue eyes for lighter-coated Maltipoos. They have a somewhat square-shaped body and a tail that can be slightly hooked or curl right over their back.

Maltipoos have medium to long hair that can range from slightly wavy to curly. Its texture is wool-like. Because they have no undercoat, they are considered hypoallergenic and can be an ideal fit for those with allergies. They can come in a variety of colors:
  • White
  • Cream
  • Apricot
  • Cafe-au-lait
  • Brown
  • Blue Gray
  • Black
  • Silver

Maltipoos generally stand from 8 to 14 inches tall and weigh 5 to 20 pounds.


High Activity
Maltipoos are energetic little dogs. They love the outdoors and enjoy being with you, so daily walks are a favorite pastime.

These pups can also expend some of their abundant energy by romping and playing at the dog park or in a fenced back yard. They enjoy playing fetch and Frisbee.

In fact, they are so playful that they’ll chase a ball or toy across the yard or living room for hours (or as long as you’re game to participate).

This breed is intelligent, and keeping them mentally challenged can help you avoid destructive behaviors that result from boredom. Agility exercises and obedience training can accomplish this well.

The Maltipoo’s size is well-suited to condo and apartment living, and they can adapt to any family home with or without a fenced yard. Urban and rural settings are equally acceptable, and they will tolerate most climates but prefer warm over cold climates.

We recommend 40 minutes of activity a day and around 5 miles of walking per week.
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Tracing Back The History of Teacup Maltipoo Puppies

The Teacup Toy Maltipoo is an adorable hybrid breed that has enchanted the hearts of dog lovers with its lasting traits and dynamic history.

• Origin

The Maltipoo is a cross between the Maltese and the Toy Poodle. Although its date of origin is unknown, we do know that it was created for companionship. The American Canine Hybrid Club, Designer Breed Registry, Designer Dogs Kennel Club, and the International Designer Canine Registry recognize it. We have much more information about the histories of the two parent breeds.

• Breeding Practices

The Romans named the Maltese after the island of Malta, where it is indigenous. An ancient mix of Bichon and Spaniel, it has been called many names through the years including the Comforter, the Roman Ladies Dog, the Spaniel Gentle, and the Maltese Lion Dog. They are affectionate and gentle and often fearless. Maltese dogs were used to comfort the sick because they were believed to possess healing powers. The European aristocracy loved the breed, and it was often the subject of literature and art. The breed arrived in the United States in the 1700s and has become more popular as companion dogs.

• Traits & Reputation

Poodles are highly intelligent and multi-talented, and they originated in Germany, where they were bred to find and retrieve waterfowl. In fact, they were called “Pudlehund” from the German words “pudle,” which means to splash about, and “hund,” which means dog. As they moved about Europe, they gained a reputation for being fast learners who were easy to train. They’ve worked as truffle hunters, circus dogs, service dogs, therapy dogs, and even police and military dogs on occasion.

Well-Being of Teacup Maltipoo Puppies

Teacup Toy Maltipoo puppies are typically strong and healthy dogs; however, like other breeds, they are prone to a few specific health issues.

Major Health Concerns

  • Hypoglycemia: Teacup Toy Maltipoos, especially those bred for their smaller size, may be predisposed to hypoglycemia due to their fast metabolism. Proper feeding schedules and monitoring are essential to prevent hypoglycemic episodes.
  • Dental Problems: Their small mouths can lead to overcrowding of teeth and increased tartar buildup, potentially causing dental issues. Regular dental care and professional cleanings are necessary to maintain oral health.
  • Heart Problems: Some Teacup Toy Maltipoos may develop heart murmurs or other cardiac issues, which require monitoring and management by a veterinarian.

Minor Health Concerns

  • Patellar Luxation: This condition, where the kneecap slips out of place, is relatively common in small breeds like the Teacup Toy Maltipoo. Monitoring and, if necessary, surgical intervention can help manage this issue.
  • Eye Problems: Teacup Toy Maltipoos may be susceptible to progressive retinal atrophy (PRA), cataracts, and other eye conditions. Regular eye exams by a veterinarian can detect and address these issues early on.
  • Allergies: Some Teacup Toy Maltipoos may develop allergies to environmental factors, food ingredients, or grooming products. Identifying and avoiding allergens, along with appropriate medical treatment, can help alleviate symptoms.

Proper Upkeep of Teacup Maltipoo Puppies

Teacup Toy Maltipoo puppies are adorable companions that require moderate maintenance to keep them happy and healthy. Here are some essential grooming and training tips to ensure your puppy thrives:

• Grooming

When it comes to grooming, Teacup Toy Maltipoo puppies need low maintenance. Brushing weekly will help manage shedding and prevent tangles or maturing in their fluffy coat. Furthermore, check and clean their ears about once every week to prevent infections, and wipe around their eyes with a damp and clean cloth to prevent staining. Brush their teeth about two or three times every week for dental hygiene, although monthly nail trimming can prevent discomfort and overgrowth.

• Training

Teacup Toy Maltipoos are extremely sensitive and intelligent dogs, which makes them responsible for positive reinforcement training methods. At Happytail Puppies, we have tailor-made a few training packages to help dog owners of all types train their pups, encouraging good behavior and maintaining a gentle, calm tone. It is important to stay persistent and knowledgeable as you guide them to their desired behaviors.

Frequently Asked Questions About Teacup Toy Maltipoo

How Big Do Teacup Maltipoos Get?

Teacup Maltipoos generally weigh between five and ten pounds, which makes them portable and compact companions. Their small sizes make them perfect for living in apartments or carrying as travel buddies. Despite their smaller bodies, they have big personalities and are known for their affectionate nature.

What Is the Lifespan of a Teacup Maltipoo?

The typical lifespan of a Teacup Maltipoo is ten to fifteen years. Proper care, including regular exercise, a balanced diet, and routine vet check-ups, ensures that these adorable hybrids enjoy a healthier and longer life. 

Do Teacup Toy Maltipoo Puppies Shed A Lot?

Teacup Toy Maltipoo puppies shed minimally due to their Poodle ancestry, which contributes to their low-shedding coat. These hybrids are suitable for individuals with allergies. Regular grooming and brushing can help maintain their coat's health and minimize shedding, keeping your home tidy.

Are Teacup Toy Maltipoos Hypoallergenic?

Teacup Toy Maltipoos are considered hypoallergenic because they shed less and produce less dander. Although no dog breed is completely hypoallergenic, these hybrids can live without any issues with people with allergies. The wavy or curly coat they inherited from their Poodle parent needs regular grooming to prevent matting and maintain their hypoallergenic traits.

Do Teacup Toy Maltipoos Get Along Well With Other Dogs?

Teacup Toy Maltipoos can dwell peacefully with other pets or dogs if they receive proper socialization at a younger age. Their friendly and sociable nature makes them friendly companions for both the canines and humans alike. Early socialization, positive experiences, and consistent training can help foster harmonious relationships with other dogs to ensure coexistence in multi-dog households.



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