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Maltese Min Pin Mix - Maltipin

AKA: Maltese Miniature Pinscher Mix

Maltipin Min Pin mix Miniature Pinscher mix

The Maltese Min Pin Mix, or Maltipin, is a cross between a Miniature Pinscher
and a Maltese.

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

They are a hardy and brave Maltese mix that is growing in popularity because of their high intelligence and spirited personality.

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

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


These dogs take on the temperament of both Min Pins and Maltese. They are proud, high energy little dogs.

Most Maltese Miniature Pinscher dogs are very intelligent and they want to learn, but can be headstrong. They are great dogs for agility and obedience competitions, as they learn quickly with the right training.

These dogs do well with children and other dogs as long as they have strong leadership. Most people find them to have a loyal and courageous personality.

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If you like a small, compact dog than this Maltese mix might be right for you! Since Min Pin dogs come in a variety of colors, the Maltese Min Pin can be a combo of white, brown, red, tan or black.

Hair is usually short and smooth. These dogs should be professionally groomed every 4 weeks to keep hair trimmed and clean.

Since Min Pins are average shedders, Maltipins may shed a little or not at all. There is no guarantee either way. Full grown Maltese Miniature Pinscher dogs can weigh anywhere from 6-12lbs.

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Do you have a Malti-Pin?

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 malti-Pin. Submissions must include at least 200 words of text and a picture to be accepted. Thanks!

What Other Malti-Pin Owners Have Said

Click below to see contributions from other Malti-Pin dog owners...

Spartacus is currently one year and 9 months old. He has the best temperament, sweet, loving, and extremely playful!!! He is beyond agile and a serious …

Maltese Miniature Pinscher - Puca  
Puca is four and a half months old. His mother was a Maltese and his dad a Miniature Pinscher. He loves to fetch and return his tennis ball. He listens …

Maltese Min Pin Puppy Dog 
My Maltese Miniature Pinscher puppy is 3 months old. Her father is a pure Maltese and the mother is a pure Min Pin. The body is mixed of both parents, …

Maltese Mini Pin Mix 
Chloe is a 2 month and 2 week old Maltese Mini Pin Mix. Her Mother is a Mini Pin and her Father is a Maltese. She loves to walk around and bites slippers. …

Louie is a 2 year old MaltiPin. His mother was a Min Pin and his father a Maltese. When he was a puppy his fur was smooth and soft, but as he has grown …

Minks, Captain, Charlie Brown Not rated yet
I was given these three babies just a couple of days ago along with their mother Luna who is the Maltese. They’re just learning to walk and are still trying …

Winston Not rated yet
Winston is a cross between a sweet lazy lapdog and a coke addict. There isn't much middleground. He is high spirited, sharp, and very playful. He loves …

Nana Not rated yet
Nana is 3 years old. Love the Maltese Miniature Pincher, perfect mix of protector and comforting dog.

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