Maltese Poodle - April

by Samantha
(Florida)


My Maltese Poodle is very hyper! She LOVES to run around and appreciates everything I buy her. She barely sheds. She is very adorable and always hungry. She is a puppy so she is very friendly and always wants to play! She is also teething so she chews on everything, but is getting quiet obedient.

Maltese Poodles are very intelligent. I'm so very happy I have her! =)

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Maltese Poodle - Wicket

by Kristine
(Los Angeles, CA, USA)

Baby Wicket

Baby Wicket

Wicket is a 10 week old Maltese Poodle puppy baby girl who has a nack for making anyone she meets say "Awwwwww".

She is super smart and knows how to get Mommy and Daddy's attention when she has to go outside. She is very interested in her surroundings and is making good friends with the dust bunnies who live under the sofas in the living room.

A cuddler, her favorite spot to sleep is on Mommy's shoulder while Mommy is napping too.

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Miniature Maltese Poodle - Yana

by Sherrell
(Vallejo)

Yana 'CUPCAKE' Wallace

Yana 'CUPCAKE' Wallace

Yana's mother is a toy Poodle, and her father is a miniature Maltese. Yana was born on Dec 09, 2010 she was the runt of the liter. She is tan with a white diamond on her forehead and streeks of whit run thru her chest. Yana is very play full as she was raised her first 8 weeks in a loving house with my sister and her children where yana's mother lives and her other siblings where also born and cared for. My sister and her family showed my miniature Maltese Poodle lots of attention mostly holding her in there arms tilted on her back side and rubbing her belly. Yana grew fond of this and a belly rub is now her favorite pass time. You could say that my 13 year old daughter Simone and i keep the family tradition going to love Yana with all our harts and rub her daily.

Yana is now 10 1/2 weeks and is most comfortable living with simone and I. She sleeps well at night (IF I LET HER SLEEP IN MY BED) LOL. Since she is not yet potty trained and already pooped in simones bed I am trying to train her to sleep in her own bed and poop on her potty trainer. I feel so bad when she crys and looks at me with her MALTIPOO eyes I give-in and Yana's poop and pee ends up all over my house... I love my miniature Maltese Poodle so much and she's "just a pup". I no she loves me too I dont like to hear her cry i think im just gona shampoo my carpet once a week and let her be the QUEEN. Not really im going to keep trying till she gets the hang of it all she needs to get it right is for me to stay on top of her potty training. We're going to be the best of friends Yana and I.

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Feb 19, 2011
Yana
by: Little Miss Muffit

My Muffit (Morkie) sleeps with me, too, and has since I brought her home at 8 wks. She has never soiled the bed, thank goodness. From the day she came home I bought a cat box and put newspaper in it. She used it. When she graduated from her playpen, she went to staying in her kennel when not under my direct supervision and accepted it. She had her cat box and paper/potty pads and was good about using them, but she goes outside fine, too. When staying in motels, that potty pad is worth it's weight in gold! When she got a little older just about 9 mos. she went through a rebellious streak (teenager?) and would go near the pad, but not always on it. Had to retrain her by rewarding her everytime she used the pad and giving her a lot of praise. That got her right back on track. So try potty pads. Muffit didn't need the cat box for long; she uses the potty pads. These little dogs are very independent and like to be the boss. You really have to learn to be a pack leader and treat them like a dog, not a human. Spoiled little dogs aren't much fun. But a calm, submissive little dog is a joy! And Muffit has plenty of spunk and silliness and cuteness despite knowing who is the boss.

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Maltese Poodle Rescue - Coco Gold

by Paulina Velasco
(Los Angeles, California, USA)

My Little Girl

My Little Girl

I rescued Coco on New Year's Eve from a bridge in Mexico City, when I brought her back to LA, the vet told us she might not make it because she was too young (only 2 months old ) and too under weight to survive. Now, my little girl is the life of my house, and she makes everyday the best day ever!

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Jul 26, 2010
Coco
by: Maily

Hi,

Is coco up for adoption? Please email me back at mluong@absolutemortgage.com

thank you!!

Jun 16, 2010
Is coco up for adoption? eom
by: Jim

Is coco up for adoption? If so please email me at Jim_iacono@yahoo.com

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Maltese Poodle - Moki

by Dianna Pearce
(Escondido, CA)

Moki Harley Rider in Training

Moki Harley Rider in Training

Moki is a Maltese Poodle, but he calls himself a Poo-Teze He loves speed. I had to buy a motor scooter because I couldn't ride fast enough on my bicycle.

He was on the streets of Los Angeles when the rescue people found him and placed him in my arms.

He is the most gentle dog with the kindest personality. He has been given the title of "Ambassador of the dog park"

Maltese Poodle will share his food, treats, and toys gladly with others.

He loves to sail and you can find him at the marina cheering the racers who go by.

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Jul 09, 2010
Precious Moki
by: Sheryll & Critters.

What an adorable, furfect little angel. I think I have just rescued a Maltese Poodle. That is why I was searching pictures, to figure out just what she is... thinking a Maltipoo.

That Moki is one cute pup!

Jun 14, 2010
Moki
by: Little Miss Muffit

Hi! Moki is adorable. I have a Morkie (Yorkie/Maltese) named Muffit. She is such a bundle of energy and fun. I have a scooter, so that's what caught my interest reading about Moki. I want to take Muffit for rides with me. I hadn't thought about having her run alongside. Moki is sitted in a bag. Does she stay there as you ride? I was thinking of taking Muffit in a pack. Tell me more.
Thanks.

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Maltese Poodle - Maximeasus

by Marie
(Orangevill, UT)




This is when she was really skinny.  Not any more.  She is perfect weight

I could go on and on about my Maltese Poodle Maxi. Now that we've been together for 3 years. I have to start at the beginning. She is a pound puppy that was given to my girlfriend by her gf and then I tried to give to MY gf. Now if you can understand all that we will go on from there. She has most beutiful green eyes that I have seen on a dog. She was so matted and skinny. She had the protruding spine. Very emancipated. Typical Malti personality. Timid, but wanting to be with you. I would guess that she had been an outside dog. I didn't think she was potty trained at the time, but that could have been she just wasn't used to the place and tried to mark. My Maltese Poodle was 2ish. She loved old people. You know that old people smell? She would get on her hindlegs for an older woman. She didn't like men and she barked at my husband when he would come in the house for almost a year. She quit for the first time that next October 1st. It was his birthday, great b-day gift huh? She didn't like to be touched and now.. She is everything a great little dog could be. will add more later have to go feed horses now. She loves to go trail riding. She goes twice the miles that me the horses and the other big dogs put in. But don't let me ride indoors in the arena. She then thinks its her duty to ride up in the saddle and "help" you train your horse. My life is so much better for my little Maltese Poodle that loves to live life to the max. I am so glad that she chose to share it with me.

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Maltese Poodle - Squeak

by Kristen
(Carmichael, CA USA)

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My Maltese Poodle was 5 days from 18 when she was died in my arms but in those 18 years you could not of ask for a smarter more loyal dog who would just hang with me or go for 4 mile walks or car rides.

She was always if not next to me where she could see me. She would do laps in the house when she got excited and crash into things when she got going to fast. Even at the end I have a picture of her looking similar to the puppy she was when I brought her home.

She was always happy never barking a lot just feed and her and stay near her or take her with you oh and don't forget her walks when she was younger she loved them. One other interesting thing about Maltese Poodles is that they look so different with and without hair i.e the summer cut. Sometimes people would ask me if that was the same dog.

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Oct 21, 2010
So so
by: Anonymous

I just ran across your posting while clicking around this site, so sorry to hear about the loss of Squeak, it sounds like she was an absolutely fantastic dog and how great that she was around for 18 yrs. I adopted a maltipoo about 1.5 rsy ago who looks very similar to Squeak when her hair is short. She's the best thing that's ever happened to me, I absolutely adore her. Reading your post made me remember to make sure to keep enjoying every moment I have with her, so thank you!

Apr 16, 2010
So Sorry
by: Mickey's Mom

I am so sorry for the loss of your sweet dog Squeak. I know how it feels to lose our furbabies. We had a Maltese Poodle years ago who lived to be 11 yrs. old. Now we have a Maltese Pekingese that is 13 and a half yrs. old. He has health problems and I know it's only a matter of time when we'll have to say good-bye.

Take care.

Apr 13, 2010
Squeak
by: Deb Zorn

I also had a Maltese Poodle Mix (Tara , who
died last year short a few months of 12 yrs)
who was the light of my life ...
Squeak was beautiful and obviously the light
of your life too ...
We were both very fortunate to have these fur
babies in our lives ... it is a wonderful
breed mix and so glad they found their way
into our lives ...
Their little paws are hard to fill.

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Maltese Poodle - Little Ricky

by Stewart Weiner
(Palm Desert, CA )

We rescued our Maltese Poodle Little Ricky from a home where he was living with lots of other dogs and was living outside, if you can believe it. We got him because we lost our other dog, a Norfolk Terrier after 16 years and our other dog, Lucy (natch), friendly, fun-loving Wheaten Terrier was mourning the loss of her buddy and wasn't eating. Having Little Ricky around has cured all of that, thank goodness.

LR is very smart but he has taken a shining only to me, sleeps curled up in my arms and growls when my wife comes near. We knew a couple with a full-bred Maltese who would only take to the owner's wife and would try to bite people who came near her when the dog was in her lap. I'm wondering if this possessiveness is part of the Maltese breed.

My wife and I also want to know how come Poodles mate with so many different breeds. Are they just not that choosy? (just kidding)

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Dec 14, 2010
Little Ricky
by: Little Miss Muffit

I have a Morkie (Maltese/Yorkie). They mix Malteses with all kinds of dogs! For the most part, they make the cutest, friendliest, smartest little dogs ever. We adore our Little Miss Muffit! They are a bit mischievous and don't always like to follow directions. They take a bit more work when training sometimes. Don't let yours get so possessive of you. It's not a good thing in reality. It means he isn't respecting you and letting you be "top dog". You have to be the leader, so start changing that behavior or you will have a problem--especially your wife. :)

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Maltese Poodle - Blizzard

by Sabrina
(Chicago)

I love my Maltese Poodle Blizzard. He was my first dog when I was 10 years old. he was rescued by the Anti-Cruelty Society and adopted by a family who gave Blizzard to us.

Growing up with him was so much fun because he was a really great watchdog and funny at the same time. My Maltese Poodle would chase rabbits, roll around all over the carpets, he would rip up his toy fox, and he would always sit under the table to look for extra dinner. Blizzard now lives with my grandmother and is still as jumpy as ever!

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Maltese Poodle - Ashlee Larance Perez

by Alma G. Perez
(Houston,TX)

Ashlee, my Maltese Poodle, is very protective. She is very well house trained, she uses a litter box with newspaper. She will come and get u and let u know that her paper is wet. She will walk u to the trash can for disposal of it, and walk u to the closet where her clean paper is and sit and watch you put it in the litter box. Then she walks u to the kitchen for her gerber cookies or for her treat.

She eats no dog food. Only table food, boy when she sees that morning coffee cup she has to have her own coffee. She is just like a real baby, after a bath with huggie giggles baby wash. She likes to be rocked on the rocking chair like a baby after her bath and goes right to sleep.

She sleeps on our bed in between us mind you,and puts her little head on the pillow.yes,our baby is very spoiled,she knows exactly what she wants. She likes to be carried like a baby and walked.she kisses u when asked. Shes very lovable. She has brought much joy too our lives.

If she's asked baby u hungry, she goes straight to the kitchen for food. She also eats baby food but very picky. She only likes the gerber oatmeal w/applesause.

My Maltipoo is apricot color. She is very smart. She even surprises us with the things she does. She loves to play and has her special beannie baby she has to sleep with along with us.one night she cried for two hours cause we could not find her beannie baby. She would not even give us a hint of where she hid it.she then gave temper tantrums. After we found it she took it to our bed and went to sleep.

Ashlee was born October 10th 2006. Her mother landed in my parents house after hurricane Katrina and they found her under the shed not even knowing where she came from. My parents posted pics.in the neighborhood,no one claimed her so my parents finally got her to come out from under the shed, and little did they know mama had a baby under there, which is our Ashlee. Which was after hurricane Rita. She was the only baby born.

My parents gave us Ashlee for Christmas that year. and she has been our pride and joy ever since.

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Maltese Poodle Dog - Daisy

by Kim
(Houma, LA USA)


I am in love with my Maltipoo. She is a very lovable and cuddly Maltese Poodle dog. She thinks she is human and acts like one too. We also have a yellow Lab and she thinks the Lab is her mother.

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Mar 19, 2008
Precious Daisy!!!!!!
by: Ann Mary Hebert

Daisy is the cuttiest and sweetiest multipoo I have ever seen. She is very lovable....She has a very pretty face and looks adorable in her bows. Her name fits her very well, she is as pretty as a blooming daisy!!!!!

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Adventurous Maltese Poodle Cross - Nemo

by Ralanda
(BC Canada)

Nemo on another camping trip!

Nemo on another camping trip!

Nemo, our Maltese Poodle cross, is almost 3 years old and he thinks he is human. He loves to play soccer and has entertained many folks on our camping trips. He started chasing the ball when my daughter was out in the yard and he soon learned he could control the ball with his nose. It is so funny to watch!

Nemo also taught himself to sit up on his back end in a begging pose. He can sit there through a whole meal just waiting for someone to offer him something. He makes it hard not to!

Nemo loves to wear his sweaters and shows pride when doing to. He loves the kids, gets along well with our 2 cats and 4 month old pup too. Nemo has always been well tempered and was very easily house trained. I recommend the Maltese Poodle cross dogs to anyone who wants a truly loyal and loving companion.

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Mar 20, 2009
Your Nemo Looks Just Like My Niko
by: keelerskiddiecare

I got my Niko about a year ago when an elderly lady became ill and had to go into a home. Her friend was willing to take one of her 2 dogs and Niko ended back at Pet Land where he was purchased from. When he had been brought into the store as a puppy they were told he was Sired by a tan Mini poodle and the mother was a caramel mini Pomeranian. It was clearly obvious that the person who sold him as a puppy had no clue as to his heritage. Since then I have been figuring it out. I had figured out the Maltese part a while ago but was unsure of the other breed until now. I am convinced he must be a Maltese Poodle. Email me if you are interested in seeing a picture keelerskiddiecare@yahoo.ca .

Dec 16, 2008
hello
by: Anonymous

hello your nemo is so adorable. I recently bought a poodle but to me she doesn't look like a full poodle. I had some friends coming over to my house and they think that she is mixed with a maltese. But now that I see your nemo I think that my roxie is mixed with a maltese. She has the beautiful white curly hair and she is really smart. Really cuddly and follows me every where i go. Hope to hear from you. Can you please contact me at passion_26_2003@yahoo.com. Thanks.

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Maltese Poodle Puppy - Cupcake

by Evan Diaz
(Torrance, CA)

Cupcake

Cupcake

She is a beautiful intelligent Maltese Poodle puppy. At two months olds is already doing tricks. The family is loving her company. Cupcake is a joy to have around : )

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Jan 14, 2011
Cupcake
by: Little Miss Muffit

That is the cutest name--no less cute dog!

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Black Maltese Poodle - Shadow

by Lorraine Simpson
(Houston, TX USA)


My black Maltese Poodle Shadow is very outgoing and he is a social butterfly (as the staff at Petsmart Hotel calls him) he also loves attention. I got Shadow as a Christmas gift 2 days before he turned 6 weeks. My Maltese Poodle has brought me so much joy and keeps me very busy.

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Black Maltese Poodle - Bogger

by Teresa
(Merrit Siland, FL)


Well here I am Bogger the black Maltese Poodle. He's a real sweet could not of had a better friend. We live on a boat, had him for 1 year. Even if he's only 4 years old he took to us like hot cakes. He even goes to work with us, loves dog big or small just as long as they do not bite. We don't think he knows what bite means. Our Maltese Poodle loves other people so much that we really have to watch him. He is just a black bundle of love looking for a mate as a girlfriend.

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Maltese Poodle - Dewey

by Sarah Sparke
(Mooloolaba Qld Australia)

he is about 7-8 weeks old

he is about 7-8 weeks old

My beautiful little Maltese Poodle, or Moodle, Dewey is the best dog ever!! he is 6 months old and is just awesome. He is very naughty and cheaky but loves a cuddle.

He does not eat alot and is not even really interested in treats, which has made it hard for me to train him.which saves me money on the food bill!!! He weighed in at 0.8kg at 6 weeks old now is 2.9kg.

He loves to run around and play and wants to be friends with every dog!! My Maltese Poodle mix is a apricot colour with more straightish hair, and he has the little black nose dark eyes and lips he looks just like a teddy bear. Maltese Poodles are beautiful dogs and they will be your best friend for life.

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Jan 29, 2012
Looking for breeder on the sunshine coast NEW
by: Lisa

Hi Sarah,
I saw your beautiful puppy Dewey,he is so so cute!!!
I have just recently lost my little dog ellie.She was 16 and half,she was a pure breed maltese.I really feel i would love to get another dog as i and my 2 boys miss having a fury friend around the house.I live on the sunshine coast and was wondering if you could let me know where you got Dewey from and a litlle information on him?
i hope you can help!!
Thankyou
Lisa

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Maltese Poodle - Charlie

by Kelly
(Brooklyn, NY)

Charlie Jacob

Charlie Jacob

Charlie is a highly energetic fourteen-month old Maltese Poodle. He was purchased as a full bred Maltese, but from his beautiful curly hair, he has a great of Poodle in him too.

Charlie is so friendly and lovable and will jump in the lap of anyone who looks his way. He has made several visits to the nursing home to entertain residents who are thrilled by his many antics and desire to make them laugh. My Maltese Poodle is sweet, kind, compassionate, intelligent and a furry blessing.

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Sep 24, 2010
Adorable
by: Anonymous

I love the expression on this dog's face..If only he could talk!

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Maltese Poodle - GRACIE

by EMILY
(BROOKLYN, NEW YORK)

GRACIE THE GLAMOUR GIRL

GRACIE THE GLAMOUR GIRL

Gracie is my Maltese Poodle baby. She's almost 5 years old and she weighs about 11 pounds. Gracie has a closet of her own filled with dresses, jumpers and pajamas. She also has a pink stroller. As much as I give to her, she gives back to me a thousand times more!

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Maltese Poodle - Sparkle

by Mrs Lee Nydam
(Harare. Zimbabwe)

Hello, Sparkle is our Maltese Poodle. He is mainly white with tan. He is an extremely attentive dog and recognises people and other dogs and acts by name. He eats twice a day and had a fettish for act food. Lover of fish, chicken bones, milk, cottage cheese and the odd chocolate. He sleeps in a plastic cushioned bed and finds it necessary to keep a pair or two of my shoes close to him. Very inquisitive when we receive visitors and loves children. My Maltipoo is a fantastic guard dog, besides being small he gives the water metre man a run for his money. Hates crows, done thieves. Barks at the gardener only when I am around. Loves to sit on people feet. Terribly frightened of thunder and lightning. Love him to bits. From his human mummy lee.

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Jun 24, 2012
Sparkle NEW
by: Anonymous

Quite a character!

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