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Maltese Lhasa Mix - Lhatese

AKA: Lhasa Maltese Hybrid Dogs

Lhasa mix Maltese Lhasa mix dogs Lhatese

The Maltese Lhasa mix, or Lhatese, is a cross between a Lhasa Apso
and a Maltese.

These hybrid dogs are recognized by the American Canine Hybrid Club and can be registered on their website.

They are a loyal, little Maltese mix that is growing in popularity because of their high intelligence and lively personality.

Read more about the Lhatese below to see if this is the right Maltese mix for you.

Do you have a Maltese Lhasa mix? Tell us more about his/her personality & your dog could be famous!


Personality

These dogs take on the temperament of both Lhasa Apsos and Maltese. They are spirited and devoted little dogs.

Most are very intelligent; which makes them easy to train. They are generally very obedient to their masters and thrive on good motivational training. Maltese Lhasa Apso dogs also have excellent hearing and make great watch dogs.

They tend to want to protect their owners, so it is best to watch them when around small children and other dogs. Most people find Lhasa Maltese puppies to have a friendly yet assertive personality.



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Appearance

This Maltese mix can come in a wide variety of colors, but is usually gold, cream, or honey mixed with white and is sometimes brown or black.

Hair is usually long and heavy with a double coat. These dogs should be brushed once a day to keep their coats from matting.

Some shed lightly, while others do not shed at all and are hypoallergenic. Full grown Maltese Lhasa Apso dogs can weigh anywhere from 8-13lbs.



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If so, your Maltese mix could be famous! Please tell us all about your dog and we'll put it on our website. What kind of personality does s(he) have? What makes him/her so special? Let other Maltese Maniacs know what to expect from a Lhatese. Submissions must include at least 200 words of text and a picture to be accepted. Thanks!

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What Other Lhatese Owners Have Said

Click below to see contributions from other Lhatese dog owners...

Lhasa Apso Mix 
Our Maltese Lhasa Apso mix is 5 months old. When I answered the ad for a teddy bear dog, I thought I was getting a Shishon like the one I already have. …

Lhasa Mix 
Hi Lilly is a 7 month old Maltese Lhasa mix and her mum is Maltese and dad a Lhasa Apso. She is so sweet and great with the kids, she follows us everywhere. …

Lhatese 
Scout is a mix between a Maltese and a Lhasa Apso. My Lhatese is seven years old and still looks like a puppy. I am still amazed at how small she is …

Maltese Lhasa Mix - Lucy Lu Not rated yet
My Maltese Lhasa mix dogs name is Lucy Lu she's a little love bug. She's the sweetest most loving dog I've ever had. Her favorite place to be is sitting …

Questions About Lhatese - Abby Not rated yet
We have just adopted Abby(we renamed her), she is 4 1/2 months old and seems to be every smart. We were told she was potty trained, but has had two accidents …

Lhatese - Sophie Not rated yet
My Lhatese is named Sophie and she is full of spirit. She can chase balls for hours on end without tiring. She is very devoted and loving but is as stubborn …

Lhatese Mix Not rated yet
Cindie is a Lhatese mix or Maltese Lhasa mix dog. She is spunky and full of personality. She is black with white markings. We love her.

Lhatese Puppies Not rated yet
Our Lhatese Shelby is intelligent, energetic, playful, strong willed, courageous, and very loving. She loves other animals and enjoys meeting people. …

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