Maltipoo Dog - Georgie

by Cecilia Bruce
(Columbia, Maryland)

I AM GEORGIE!

I AM GEORGIE!

What can I say about my Maltipoo dog Georgie? He rules our house. He is five years old, knows what he wants, when he wants it, and how he wants it! He off-black and weights about 10 pounds.

He loves to cuddle and to have his tummy rubbed. He loves his toys, especially "froggy". He is the happiest, carefree dog that I know! He loves to walk and is quite the "show-off", knowing how absolutely cute he really is - everywhere he goes, people love him!

He is the joy of my heart; I don't remember life before him - and cannot imagine life without him.

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Sep 10, 2010
Precious
by: Carol

Georgie is so cute. He is the first black haired coat I've seen. We have a white male 3yrs old. He is about 16" tall and weighs 18lbs, not fat according to the vet. His sister(granddaughter's baby) is about 9" tall and weighs 9 lbs. Such a difference. Both are loving, like to cuddle and think they are human!
Great breed!

Sep 10, 2010
Precious
by: Carol

Georgie is so cute. He is the first black haired coat I've seen. We have a white male 3yrs old. He is about 16" tall and weighs 18lbs, not fat according to the vet. His sister(granddaughter's baby) is about 9" tall and weighs 9 lbs. Such a difference. Both are loving, like to cuddle and think they are human!
Great breed!

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Maltipoo Dog - Skippy

by Stacey H.
(St. Louis, MO)

Skippy - 1.5 years old

Skippy - 1.5 years old

My little boy's name is Skippy. He is a cream colored Maltipoo dog and is the sweetest boy ever! He is almost 2 years old and weighs 8.5 pounds (alot less than I expected), but my Vet says he is healthy.

He is the perfect lap dog, but is also a ball of energy and LOVES to play fetch with his little stuffed ball! I can tell he is a smart, clever dog, because he always finds new places to put his ball to create a challenge for himself (loves to put it in the bathtub, laundry basket, trash can, and unfortunately the toilet!). I know he is part poodle because he has such long legs and can jump extremely high. He only barks when someone comes to the door or if he is scared of something outside.

As for grooming, I get his cut REALLY short and let his hair grow out for a couple months, that way I save a little on grooming. He is a very loyal dog that is pretty obedient and knows a variety of tricks. We love our little boy and could never live without him!

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Jan 21, 2010
Your dog is very cute!
by: Anonymous

Your dog is so cute! He looks a LOT like mine, who I adopted in August! I've been trying to figure out what my dog is, and my best guess is maltese and poodle, although he doesn't look like most maltipoos, he does resemble yours a lot! I have to keep his hair cut very short too, otherwise it's just a fluffy mess.

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Poodle Mix Dog - Tulibee

by Tashia
(Motley, MN)

My Maltese Poodle mix dog is white in color. He is a very energetic dog with a bubbly personality. He likes a lot of attention. He is my little girls birthday present. Some times Maltese Poodle is a notty little boy and likes to lift his leg in places he should not and I get mad at him.

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Grown Up Maltipoo Dog - Zoe

by Cindy
(Storrs, CT)

Zoe relaxing in the office

Zoe relaxing in the office

We first posted a picture of Zoe at 12 weeks old. She's now 8 months old and has had her first haircut. She weighs about 5 1/2 pounds. The poodle part of her enables her to stand straight up like a little person when she's looking out the slider door.

Zoe loves everyone! She's still using a litterbox for toilet training and is 100% accurate. It's made housebreaking a breeze. At night she sleeps with us on her back with her feet in the air. Her favorite buddy is Holly, our 13 year-old golden. She's the consummate playmate and lapdog.

Her favorite toy is a small blue hippo, but she pretty much enjoys playing with anything. Instead of eating her kibble, she throws each piece in the air, "kills" it, pounces on it and carries it to her bed before eating it.

She never barks, but is quick with licks. We think she's just adorable!

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Mar 20, 2009
Zoe!
by: LuLu and LoLLy!

Zoe you're absolutely 2 cute! We're 2 Maltese dogs and we must give you a very enthusiastic Two Paws UP! for cuteness! Love the red bow. Love, your Maltese dog PaLs, LuLu and LoLLy! http://www.luluandlolly.com

Mar 16, 2009
Adorable Puppy!
by: Anonymous

Zoe was an adorable puppy. She's just as cute now as an adolescent with her first haircut. Keep us posted with updates.

Mar 16, 2009
About litter box training
by: Anonymous

We use clumping cat litter in a large litter box.
Because she is such a small dog, it seems to work
quite well.

Mar 14, 2009
Litter?
by: Joanne

What kind of litter do you use?

Mar 05, 2009
Zoe, grown up
by: Anonymous

Wow! She was a cute puppy, but is even cuter now!

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Destructive Maltipoo Dog - Muppet

by Lesley
(NY)

Muppet the Maltipoo's New Haircut

Muppet the Maltipoo's New Haircut

I've already posted a picture of my Maltipoo dog Muppet but couldn't resist posting another as he'd just got a summer haircut and looks even more adorable. He is simply the sweetest thing and loves everyone (people and dogs).

Does anyone have any advice regarding how we stop him from chewing the furniture? He's only just started to do it and ripped a hole in the sofa last night when I wasn't looking. He's totally toilet trained and has basic obedience training (sit, down, stay, heel etc) but why has he suddenly started to do this and how can we stop it? When I saw him chewing I tried to get him to stop by telling him to sit (which he usually does immediately) but he wouldn't stop and I had to pull him off and he went crazy trying to get back to ripping up the sofa!

Apart from this my Maltipoo is just perfect!
Any advice?

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Apr 11, 2013
Destructive Maltipoo NEW
by: Anonymous

Use dish soap. Put it on anything he likes to chew, be liberal with it. I use Sunlight but any brand will do.

Aug 02, 2012
maltipoo puppy NEW
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hello
try giving your maltipoo a lot of toys and bones to play with. he will think all the toys were more fun then the sofa

May 25, 2010
maltipoo
by: Anonymous

I have a 1 1/2 year old Maltipoo who looks almost exactly like your dog,its so funny.Mine is Franki.He chewed our carpet along the edge and also the leather recliner,we tried that sour apple along the carpet and then gave him another toy in place of the carpet.Dog Whisperer recommended doing that,so i guess what im saying is to distract him with something else,they eventually forget about it if you dont make a huge deal out of it,however we have carpet missing since it took Frank awhile to "forget" ha

Apr 19, 2010
digging maltipoo
by: Anonymous

Hi, we have a little maltipoo that's 5 months now. She really is a great little puppy who listens very well. When we tell her no, to chewing something she shouldn't she will listen and turn away from it. Just be consistant with your dog and he will listen.

Mar 07, 2010
I suggest a digging pit.
by: Anonymous

Hello I also just got a Maltipoo whom I adore. I have been doing everything I can to help him burn his energy and in my research I learned that dogs are natural diggers. They love it and will do it whether we want them to or not. We have to provide them with a way to satisfy that instinct by giving them somewhere to dig. Having a white maltipoo means - not in the dirt lol. So I came up with an idea and it's been working great. I put newspapers in a laundry basket - not a few sheets but actually put two whole newspapers in, I crinkled up the first few sheets and hit treats in the layers. I put my puppy in the basket and he went crazy digging the paper and finding his treats. He loves his "digging pit" and he will now go to it and whine at us to tell us he wants in!

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Maltipoo Dog - Cookie

by Melissa Commisso
(Quebec, Canada)

COOKIE<3

COOKIE<3

My Maltipoo dog Cookie is a year and half years old the first time I saw him it was like love at first sight. The first time I ever saw my Maltipoo was when my brother brought him home. He was a dog I always wanted & now I have.

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Maltipoo Dog - Somer Lovin'

by Antoine
(Upstate NY)

She loves to pose for pictures!

She loves to pose for pictures!

My Maltipoo dog is nearly 8 years old now, and still a ball of fire! She plays catch with me, actually throwing me the ball after she catches it, or fetches it. She's about the sweetest thing ever! I love Maltipoo dogs!

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Multipoo - Lucy Lou

by Ruth Lombard
(China Spring, Tex. USA)

I bought Lucy, a Multipoo, as 8 1/2 weeks. She is not nearly 5 1/2 months. I plan to have her spade and her tail docked, and front dew claws removed. (She has snagged them several times already). This will be done in September, all in one surgery. She has a 6 yr old "sister" that is a red poodle. Jazzie is her name. Lucy has really gotten Jazzie going. They play hard. Jazzie is able to get away for a rest, either on the bed or on the back of our couch. Lucy will soon be able to reach these spots. She already has gotten on the back of the couch by accident. She lied down and slept when that happened.
I get allergies. So far, my life with Lucy has been without the allergies.

I had my grandson, 9yrs. visiting all summer. It slowed down Lucy's housebreaking considerably. I kept a small rug, behind the rocker, where she would wet, undisciplined. Now that grandson is gone for 10 months, I want her to do it all outside. It is taking a bit of time, but it's only been 2 weeks, and she does pretty well, if it isn't raining our. She will learn, I am confident, to go our in the rain for a quick wet. She seems very smart!!!

I have raised many Poodles, as I used to breed tiny toys, then I also bred one standard. I am pretty patient with them.

I think everybody ought to have a small, shedless dog, if they want one in the house.

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Mar 23, 2014
your poor dog
by: Anonymous

Tail docking is extremely cruel and unnecessary. Why does it need short tail? Declawing is one of the most painful, unnecessary procedures and it in not actually removing the last nuckle on the paw. It is like cutting off the tip of your finger and just as painful. This will cause severe behavioral and physical problems down the road. You are a terrible owner and should not be allowed to have a dog. Your poor, poor, dog should be given to someone who sees him as a family member, not an accessory.

Mar 01, 2014
poor dog
by: Anonymous

Tail docking is not allowed where i come from and y would anyone remove their nails!!!!your poor dog id rehink ur optioms

Sep 21, 2013
animal cruelty
by: Anonymous

tail docking and claw removing are cruel and unnecessary. Your poor, poor dog.

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Maltapoo - Baby

by Isabel
(Massachusetts)

Baby ♥

Baby ♥

Baby is a very playful dog. My Maltapoo always wants to play no matter what. When I'm not home he always finds something to chew on (usually things that he shouldn't be chewing like my eyeliner.) Baby is not like any other dog, its hard to explain in words. He is an amazing watchdog at all times. He isn't just a pet to me, hes like a son to me ♥. Hes helped me go through a lot of things just by looking at him and him giving me kissed. No dog can ever replace Baby ♥ Buying a Maltapoo was the best thing I've done in my life! ♥

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Maltepoo - Angel

My Maltepoo Angel is a great dog and companion. After the inital training period and about 18 months of crate training he's well behaved and soo adorable. My favorite time is on Sunday's we take him to dinner with us at my parents. When my mom announces "dinner is ready", or "come on in", Angel is the first one up and goes in the kitchen. It's histerical because my parents speak Italian and whether this announcement is made in English or Italian, Angel knows and always ready. Same thing later in the day when we have coffee and we'll say "coffee's ready" , again my Maltepoo is the first one in the kitchen. This is one of may joys I have with Angel but this one is the funniest.

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Maltipoo Dog - Peanut

by Karen Hanson
(Rancho Cucamonga, CA)

He is the most obedient Maltipoo dog ever! With no formal training he can be off leash and always walks beside me.

The funniest thing about him is when he was a puppy I crate trained him and called the crate his house. We would say "go to your house Peanut" and without hesitation he would go to the crate. He is 4 years old now and whenever we say "go to your house" He will go under my bed when we are at home and if we are any where else he will go under whatever is available, a chair, table or sofa.

I take my Maltipoo to visit my friends because they all love him. People come to visit us to see peanut. Also I took him to audition for commercials and they didn't believe that he was not formally trained. Peanut is the best dog EVER!

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