Maltese Beagle Mix - Lexi

by Jessie
(Biloxi, MS)


Lexi is my 9 month old mini beagle/maltese cross. I brought her home when she was 11 weeks old. I ran across the breeder's advertisement in the newspaper and it caught my interest because I had never heard of this cross before. Once I went to the breeders website, I completely fell in love. She is the most wonderful dog I have ever had. She is full of personality and energy. She definately keeps me on my toes because she is so intelligent and finds ways to get into everything. She also has the most entertaining bark. It is a mixture of a typical small dog yap with a hound dog howl at the end. Everyone who hears it finds it amusing. She is so loving and affectionate. She has been a great addition to my home.

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Maltese Beagle Mix - Daisy

by Monica
(Springfield Ohio)

Daisy

Daisy

I found the sweetest, not to mention the cutest Maltese Beagle mix puppy ever. I happened to have found her in a newspaper add and actually ended up rescuing her from a puppy mill.

I have never seen an animal that is so calm and loving and yet at the same time spunky and playful with both my children and my one and a half year old Shih Tzu. Very smart little animal! I am truly blessed to have our new addition to our family!

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Maltese Beagle Mix - Gordie

by Keely K
(Baltimore, MD)

Gordie with his fox

Gordie with his fox

Gordie is a 10 week old Maltese Beagle mix and the sweetest thing ever. He plays hard once you get him going, but more than happy to just cuddle and pass out in your arms.

He looks predominately like a Beagle, but hopefully will train like a Maltese! Here is a photo of him at 8 weeks.

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