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Meet Leah! She’s a spunky little girl that knows how to keep you on your feet. This little girl will be sure to amuse you with a lifetime of memories. She loves to play, but she also likes to snuggle. She will arrive at her new home up to date on her vaccinations and vet checked. Leah is truly one of a kind, so hurry and pick her! She will be sure to shine and make every day for you happy a one.

A Parti Maltipoo is one that contains two different coat colours with one of the colours being a minimum of 50% white. The secondary colour of a Parti Maltipoo can be any colour, but common colours for a Parti Maltipoo are black, apricot, tan, and cream.

Recessive genes are the ones that make the Parti Maltipoo two colours, which overrides a solid coat colour. However, the Maltese come standard in white/lemon and white/tan colours so it’s somewhat common to get a Parti Maltipoo. Oftentimes in a Parti Maltipoo, the body will be a solid white colour and the chest and head will another colour mixed with white.

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Maltipoos are a popular cross of the Maltese and Toy or Miniature Poodle. True to their parent breeds, Maltipoos are affectionate and gentle. They make super companions for empty-nesters and are excellent therapy dogs.

Crossbreeds such as the Maltipoo are often referred to as designer dogs, rather than mixed breeds, because they’re purposely bred and are a combination of two known breeds.

Because both Poodles and Maltese are considered non-shedders, people who breed Maltipoos hope to end up with a hypoallergenic dog.

Maltipoos can be a good choice for first-time or timid owners. They’re easy to train and learn quickly. They also do well in homes with elderly people or with older children who can handle them carefully. They enjoy long cuddles and are sensitive to their people’s wants and needs.

Maltipoos can adapt to any kind of home, from an apartment to a house. No matter what their housing, they love being with their people, and should live indoors with their human families, never outside or in kennels. They’re not recommended for homes where they’ll be left alone for long periods.

Maltipoos can be barkers and will alert you to everything that’s going on. You may need to work hard to teach them to discriminate between what’s important to bark at and what’s not.


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