Maltalier - Snert

by Neal
(Australia)


Snert is my Maltalier (Maltese King Charles Cavalier Spaniel mix) named after cartoon character Hagar the Horrible's little dog.

For the past 30 years I have always had a Cavalier at my side, sadly most have died slowly from genetic heart disease.

After 1 year without man's best friend at my side ... I met and fell in love with a little tricolour Maltalier.

Snert, is now 10 months old and he is a much loved and loving companion. From day one together he has always been his own little person, always gentle and very well behaved ... with no naughtiness to speak of. He is amazingly easy to train, very quick to learn and generally our sessions together end up with him training the trainer!

His favourite toys are balls with bells inside and throw-and-fetch is his favourite game.

Cavalier cross-breeds, such as Maltaliers ... have been recommended in Australia as being the second choice in top 10 family dogs. They are fabulous little family dogs, which have fewer veterinary problems than their purebred parents

Let's hope so!!

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Jan 14, 2013
Snert NEW
by: Marea

He is just adorable. I have one also called Belle. Could not wish for a more loyal and loving companion.It is so heartbreaking when we lose our Pets.

Jan 14, 2013
Snert NEW
by: Marea

He is just adorable. I have one also called Belle. Could not wish for a more loyal and loving companion.It is so heartbreaking when we lose our Pets.

Oct 05, 2010
cute dog
by: Anonymous

OMG he is adorable!

Oct 04, 2010
Snert
by: Kristina

Wow! That is fabulous! Sounds like their great dogs! His picture is adorable and I can tell what a great dog he is!

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Maltalier - Charlie

by Jo
(Melbourne Australia)

Charlie at 9 weeks

Charlie at 9 weeks

Our female Maltalier (Cavamalt) name is Charlie and she is such a sweet natured dog. from day one when we brought her home at 9 weeks old she has never cried and she hardly ever barks. She is full of energy and extremely friendly and affectionate. Very inquisitive she loves to know what you are doing and loves to spend time just being with us.

She is a outdoor during the day and she comes in at night. She often can be found snoozing in her kennel and is very happy with her own company. She loves going for walks and loves our two cats as well! Our Maltalier is very smart and loves playing games and learning new skills. The very first thing she learned after responding to her name was to go to the toilet on command! She is an adored member of our family.

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Apr 29, 2013
maltalier NEW
by: Anonymous

Now it is 2013 and Im wondering where your maltalier came from pls text 0403003051 thanks

Aug 06, 2012
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by: Anonymous

Hi, i would also love to know which breeder you got your Maltalier from too???

Apr 18, 2012
What a beutiful puppy NEW
by: Anonymous

Hi Charlie is absolutley gorgeous. I live in Melbourne also and was wondering if you could tell me where you brought Charlie from or the contact number.

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Male Maltalier - Snert

by Neal
(Australia)


"Snert" a.k.a. 'Bud and Flee'

Snert is my Maltalier (Maltese King Charles Cavalier Spaniel mix) named after cartoon character Hagar the Horrible's little dog.

For the past 30 years I have always had a Cavalier at my side, sadly most have died slowly from genetic heart disease.

After 1 year without man's best friend at my side ... I met and fell in love with a little tricolour Maltalier.

Snert, is now 2+ years old and he is a much loved and loving companion. From day one together he has always been his own little person, always gentle and very well behaved ... with no naughtiness to speak of. He is amazingly easy to train, very quick to learn and generally our sessions together end up with him training the trainer!

His favourite toys are balls with bells inside and throw-and-fetch is his favourite game.

Cavalier cross-breeds, such as Maltaliers ... have been recommended in Australia as being the second choice in top 10 family dogs. They are fabulous little family dogs, which have fewer veterinary problems than their purebred parents.

Let's hope so!

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