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Angel Baby (ID 2258)

"angel baby" sale $1550 amazingly beautiful little petite female maltese puppy. Shortest little nose with little black button eyes, thick white fluffy coat. Fabulous personality.

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Puppy ID#: 2258 Breed: Maltese
Name: ANGEL BABY Gender: Female
Color: WHITE Date of Birth: July 28, 2013 (276 week(s) old)
Date Available: After 10/05/2013 Registry: APR
Dad's Weight: 5 Mom's Weight: 4 lbs

The ever popular and beautiful Maltese was once described by Aristotle as 'a cloud floating in the sky.' One of the oldest and most beloved dog breeds, the Maltese has been winning hearts and praise for ages and originally descends from the central Mediterranean area. Maltese puppies sport a cute button nose and lively personality making them irresistible to cuddle and as such have been a favorite among celebrities and royalty, such as Marie Antoinette and Elizabeth Taylor.

An adult Maltese weighs 5 to 8 pounds and are wonderful companion dogs. This breed sheds less than most and are considered hypoallergenic. The pale ivory coat of a Maltese is long and silky with no undercoat. These tiny dogs prefer smaller spaces, making them a prized pet of urbanites everywhere. Puppies need proper socialization and do well with children but because of their small stature and delicate nature should never be unsupervised with children under 10.

How to care for your Maltese puppy: The gorgeous coat of a Maltese puppy should be brushed daily to avoid mats and tangles and professional grooming is recommended every 4-6 weeks. Nails should be trimmed and teeth brushed weekly to keep your precious puppy happy and clean. Feed a high quality dog food and be careful not to allow your Maltese puppy to overindulge to avoid obesity. Give an occasional treat to spoil your fur baby and as a reward during training.

What to look for when choosing a Maltese puppy for sale: Look for a bright, vibrant puppy with a healthy coat and clear eyes. Your potential puppy should be active, alert and playful with a good disposition. Many Maltese breeders who have good puppies for sale will offer tips on training and the best food to feed your new pet so be sure to ask. Maltese puppies thrive on love and attention and easily bond with their humans so set aside plenty of time to see to their needs and cuddle them frequently.

Summer Rose (ID 2259)

Summer rose" sale $995 stunning tiny sweet little female maltese baby. She is just a little doll. Beautiful babydoll face, short and compact body. Fabulous loving kissy personality, dont miss out on her!

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Puppy ID#: 2259 Breed: Maltese
Name: SUMMER ROSE Gender: Female
Color: WHITE Date of Birth: July 5, 2013 (279 week(s) old)
Date Available: After 10/05/2013 Registry: APR
Dad's Weight: 5 Mom's Weight: 5 lbs

The ever popular and beautiful Maltese was once described by Aristotle as 'a cloud floating in the sky.' One of the oldest and most beloved dog breeds, the Maltese has been winning hearts and praise for ages and originally descends from the central Mediterranean area. Maltese puppies sport a cute button nose and lively personality making them irresistible to cuddle and as such have been a favorite among celebrities and royalty, such as Marie Antoinette and Elizabeth Taylor.

An adult Maltese weighs 5 to 8 pounds and are wonderful companion dogs. This breed sheds less than most and are considered hypoallergenic. The pale ivory coat of a Maltese is long and silky with no undercoat. These tiny dogs prefer smaller spaces, making them a prized pet of urbanites everywhere. Puppies need proper socialization and do well with children but because of their small stature and delicate nature should never be unsupervised with children under 10.

How to care for your Maltese puppy: The gorgeous coat of a Maltese puppy should be brushed daily to avoid mats and tangles and professional grooming is recommended every 4-6 weeks. Nails should be trimmed and teeth brushed weekly to keep your precious puppy happy and clean. Feed a high quality dog food and be careful not to allow your Maltese puppy to overindulge to avoid obesity. Give an occasional treat to spoil your fur baby and as a reward during training.

What to look for when choosing a Maltese puppy for sale: Look for a bright, vibrant puppy with a healthy coat and clear eyes. Your potential puppy should be active, alert and playful with a good disposition. Many Maltese breeders who have good puppies for sale will offer tips on training and the best food to feed your new pet so be sure to ask. Maltese puppies thrive on love and attention and easily bond with their humans so set aside plenty of time to see to their needs and cuddle them frequently.

Bingo (ID 2275)

Little bingo" tiniest little 14 ounces at 7 wks. That is really tiny. He is a dollbaby in every way!

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Puppy ID#: 2275 Breed: Maltese
Name: BINGO Gender: Male
Color: WHITE Date of Birth: September 30, 2013 (267 week(s) old)
Date Available: After 11/02/2013 Registry: APR
Dad's Weight: 3.5 Mom's Weight: 4 lbs

The ever popular and beautiful Maltese was once described by Aristotle as 'a cloud floating in the sky.' One of the oldest and most beloved dog breeds, the Maltese has been winning hearts and praise for ages and originally descends from the central Mediterranean area. Maltese puppies sport a cute button nose and lively personality making them irresistible to cuddle and as such have been a favorite among celebrities and royalty, such as Marie Antoinette and Elizabeth Taylor.

An adult Maltese weighs 5 to 8 pounds and are wonderful companion dogs. This breed sheds less than most and are considered hypoallergenic. The pale ivory coat of a Maltese is long and silky with no undercoat. These tiny dogs prefer smaller spaces, making them a prized pet of urbanites everywhere. Puppies need proper socialization and do well with children but because of their small stature and delicate nature should never be unsupervised with children under 10.

How to care for your Maltese puppy: The gorgeous coat of a Maltese puppy should be brushed daily to avoid mats and tangles and professional grooming is recommended every 4-6 weeks. Nails should be trimmed and teeth brushed weekly to keep your precious puppy happy and clean. Feed a high quality dog food and be careful not to allow your Maltese puppy to overindulge to avoid obesity. Give an occasional treat to spoil your fur baby and as a reward during training.

What to look for when choosing a Maltese puppy for sale: Look for a bright, vibrant puppy with a healthy coat and clear eyes. Your potential puppy should be active, alert and playful with a good disposition. Many Maltese breeders who have good puppies for sale will offer tips on training and the best food to feed your new pet so be sure to ask. Maltese puppies thrive on love and attention and easily bond with their humans so set aside plenty of time to see to their needs and cuddle them frequently.

Loverboy (ID 2310)

"lover boy" super stunning, very tiny exceptional exquisite male teacup maltese. He is a lover full of kisses galore. He will amaze you with his delightful happy personality. Hurry he will go quickly!!

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Puppy ID#: 2310 Breed: Maltese
Name: LOVERBOY Gender: Male
Color: WHITE Date of Birth: October 11, 2013 (265 week(s) old)
Date Available: After 12/26/2013 Registry: APR
Dad's Weight: 4 Mom's Weight: 4 lbs

The ever popular and beautiful Maltese was once described by Aristotle as 'a cloud floating in the sky.' One of the oldest and most beloved dog breeds, the Maltese has been winning hearts and praise for ages and originally descends from the central Mediterranean area. Maltese puppies sport a cute button nose and lively personality making them irresistible to cuddle and as such have been a favorite among celebrities and royalty, such as Marie Antoinette and Elizabeth Taylor.

An adult Maltese weighs 5 to 8 pounds and are wonderful companion dogs. This breed sheds less than most and are considered hypoallergenic. The pale ivory coat of a Maltese is long and silky with no undercoat. These tiny dogs prefer smaller spaces, making them a prized pet of urbanites everywhere. Puppies need proper socialization and do well with children but because of their small stature and delicate nature should never be unsupervised with children under 10.

How to care for your Maltese puppy: The gorgeous coat of a Maltese puppy should be brushed daily to avoid mats and tangles and professional grooming is recommended every 4-6 weeks. Nails should be trimmed and teeth brushed weekly to keep your precious puppy happy and clean. Feed a high quality dog food and be careful not to allow your Maltese puppy to overindulge to avoid obesity. Give an occasional treat to spoil your fur baby and as a reward during training.

What to look for when choosing a Maltese puppy for sale: Look for a bright, vibrant puppy with a healthy coat and clear eyes. Your potential puppy should be active, alert and playful with a good disposition. Many Maltese breeders who have good puppies for sale will offer tips on training and the best food to feed your new pet so be sure to ask. Maltese puppies thrive on love and attention and easily bond with their humans so set aside plenty of time to see to their needs and cuddle them frequently.

Tiny Cricket (ID 2342)

"tiny cricket" tiny petite stunning pure white female maltese teacup puppy. She is sooo beautiful. Loving, kissy happy personality. Hard to find better. She is a lover likes to be with you . Perfect sweetheart to take everywhere with you. Elegant!

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Puppy ID#: 2342 Breed: Maltese
Name: TINY CRICKET Gender: Female
Color: WHITE Date of Birth: May 17, 2014 (234 week(s) old)
Date Available: After 08/02/2014 Registry: ACA
Dad's Weight: 4 Mom's Weight: 4 lbs

The ever popular and beautiful Maltese was once described by Aristotle as 'a cloud floating in the sky.' One of the oldest and most beloved dog breeds, the Maltese has been winning hearts and praise for ages and originally descends from the central Mediterranean area. Maltese puppies sport a cute button nose and lively personality making them irresistible to cuddle and as such have been a favorite among celebrities and royalty, such as Marie Antoinette and Elizabeth Taylor.

An adult Maltese weighs 5 to 8 pounds and are wonderful companion dogs. This breed sheds less than most and are considered hypoallergenic. The pale ivory coat of a Maltese is long and silky with no undercoat. These tiny dogs prefer smaller spaces, making them a prized pet of urbanites everywhere. Puppies need proper socialization and do well with children but because of their small stature and delicate nature should never be unsupervised with children under 10.

How to care for your Maltese puppy: The gorgeous coat of a Maltese puppy should be brushed daily to avoid mats and tangles and professional grooming is recommended every 4-6 weeks. Nails should be trimmed and teeth brushed weekly to keep your precious puppy happy and clean. Feed a high quality dog food and be careful not to allow your Maltese puppy to overindulge to avoid obesity. Give an occasional treat to spoil your fur baby and as a reward during training.

What to look for when choosing a Maltese puppy for sale: Look for a bright, vibrant puppy with a healthy coat and clear eyes. Your potential puppy should be active, alert and playful with a good disposition. Many Maltese breeders who have good puppies for sale will offer tips on training and the best food to feed your new pet so be sure to ask. Maltese puppies thrive on love and attention and easily bond with their humans so set aside plenty of time to see to their needs and cuddle them frequently.

Tiny Captain (ID 2343)

Tiny captain" stunning pure white male teacup maltese. He is a tiny little guy with personality plus. You will love his outgoing happy personality. He is a kisser, a real lover. Tiny and petite and hypoallergenic. Great little guy with short compact body and legs and a real joy!! Elegant!Q

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Puppy ID#: 2343 Breed: Maltese
Name: TINY CAPTAIN Gender: Male
Color: WHITE Date of Birth: May 17, 2014 (234 week(s) old)
Date Available: After 08/02/2014 Registry: ACA
Dad's Weight: 4 Mom's Weight: 4 lbs

The ever popular and beautiful Maltese was once described by Aristotle as 'a cloud floating in the sky.' One of the oldest and most beloved dog breeds, the Maltese has been winning hearts and praise for ages and originally descends from the central Mediterranean area. Maltese puppies sport a cute button nose and lively personality making them irresistible to cuddle and as such have been a favorite among celebrities and royalty, such as Marie Antoinette and Elizabeth Taylor.

An adult Maltese weighs 5 to 8 pounds and are wonderful companion dogs. This breed sheds less than most and are considered hypoallergenic. The pale ivory coat of a Maltese is long and silky with no undercoat. These tiny dogs prefer smaller spaces, making them a prized pet of urbanites everywhere. Puppies need proper socialization and do well with children but because of their small stature and delicate nature should never be unsupervised with children under 10.

How to care for your Maltese puppy: The gorgeous coat of a Maltese puppy should be brushed daily to avoid mats and tangles and professional grooming is recommended every 4-6 weeks. Nails should be trimmed and teeth brushed weekly to keep your precious puppy happy and clean. Feed a high quality dog food and be careful not to allow your Maltese puppy to overindulge to avoid obesity. Give an occasional treat to spoil your fur baby and as a reward during training.

What to look for when choosing a Maltese puppy for sale: Look for a bright, vibrant puppy with a healthy coat and clear eyes. Your potential puppy should be active, alert and playful with a good disposition. Many Maltese breeders who have good puppies for sale will offer tips on training and the best food to feed your new pet so be sure to ask. Maltese puppies thrive on love and attention and easily bond with their humans so set aside plenty of time to see to their needs and cuddle them frequently.

Star (ID 2353)

"star" tiny teacup little purse puppy. Elegant teacup maltese female. Champion lines. Fabulous and sweet as sugar.

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Puppy ID#: 2353 Breed: Maltese
Name: STAR Gender: Female
Color: WHITE Date of Birth: June 22, 2014 (229 week(s) old)
Date Available: After 08/30/2014 Registry: APR
Dad's Weight: 4 Mom's Weight: 4 lbs

The ever popular and beautiful Maltese was once described by Aristotle as 'a cloud floating in the sky.' One of the oldest and most beloved dog breeds, the Maltese has been winning hearts and praise for ages and originally descends from the central Mediterranean area. Maltese puppies sport a cute button nose and lively personality making them irresistible to cuddle and as such have been a favorite among celebrities and royalty, such as Marie Antoinette and Elizabeth Taylor.

An adult Maltese weighs 5 to 8 pounds and are wonderful companion dogs. This breed sheds less than most and are considered hypoallergenic. The pale ivory coat of a Maltese is long and silky with no undercoat. These tiny dogs prefer smaller spaces, making them a prized pet of urbanites everywhere. Puppies need proper socialization and do well with children but because of their small stature and delicate nature should never be unsupervised with children under 10.

How to care for your Maltese puppy: The gorgeous coat of a Maltese puppy should be brushed daily to avoid mats and tangles and professional grooming is recommended every 4-6 weeks. Nails should be trimmed and teeth brushed weekly to keep your precious puppy happy and clean. Feed a high quality dog food and be careful not to allow your Maltese puppy to overindulge to avoid obesity. Give an occasional treat to spoil your fur baby and as a reward during training.

What to look for when choosing a Maltese puppy for sale: Look for a bright, vibrant puppy with a healthy coat and clear eyes. Your potential puppy should be active, alert and playful with a good disposition. Many Maltese breeders who have good puppies for sale will offer tips on training and the best food to feed your new pet so be sure to ask. Maltese puppies thrive on love and attention and easily bond with their humans so set aside plenty of time to see to their needs and cuddle them frequently.

Jamie (ID 2357)

Jamie" elegant lovable little male maltese. All white, lush coat, fabulous loving personality. He is a sweetheart!!

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Puppy ID#: 2357 Breed: Maltese
Name: JAMIE Gender: Male
Color: WHITE Date of Birth: July 18, 2014 (225 week(s) old)
Date Available: After 10/20/2014 Registry: APR
Dad's Weight: 6 Mom's Weight: 6 lbs

The ever popular and beautiful Maltese was once described by Aristotle as 'a cloud floating in the sky.' One of the oldest and most beloved dog breeds, the Maltese has been winning hearts and praise for ages and originally descends from the central Mediterranean area. Maltese puppies sport a cute button nose and lively personality making them irresistible to cuddle and as such have been a favorite among celebrities and royalty, such as Marie Antoinette and Elizabeth Taylor.

An adult Maltese weighs 5 to 8 pounds and are wonderful companion dogs. This breed sheds less than most and are considered hypoallergenic. The pale ivory coat of a Maltese is long and silky with no undercoat. These tiny dogs prefer smaller spaces, making them a prized pet of urbanites everywhere. Puppies need proper socialization and do well with children but because of their small stature and delicate nature should never be unsupervised with children under 10.

How to care for your Maltese puppy: The gorgeous coat of a Maltese puppy should be brushed daily to avoid mats and tangles and professional grooming is recommended every 4-6 weeks. Nails should be trimmed and teeth brushed weekly to keep your precious puppy happy and clean. Feed a high quality dog food and be careful not to allow your Maltese puppy to overindulge to avoid obesity. Give an occasional treat to spoil your fur baby and as a reward during training.

What to look for when choosing a Maltese puppy for sale: Look for a bright, vibrant puppy with a healthy coat and clear eyes. Your potential puppy should be active, alert and playful with a good disposition. Many Maltese breeders who have good puppies for sale will offer tips on training and the best food to feed your new pet so be sure to ask. Maltese puppies thrive on love and attention and easily bond with their humans so set aside plenty of time to see to their needs and cuddle them frequently.

Chrissy (ID 2362)

Elegant maltese chrissy" sale $1450 pretty toy size. Sweet endearing cuddly small female maltese beauty. Loving personality. All white good black points and short and compact body. A little sweetie pie you will adore.R

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Puppy ID#: 2362 Breed: Maltese
Name: CHRISSY Gender: Male
Color: WHITE Date of Birth: August 20, 2014 (221 week(s) old)
Date Available: After 11/11/2014 Registry: APR
Dad's Weight: 6 Mom's Weight: 6 lbs
CHRISSY
Male Maltese (Puppy ID 2362)
$1450
Health Certificate $60
Airline-Approved Puppy Crate $40
Climate-Controlled Pet Class Flight $250
Total $1800

The ever popular and beautiful Maltese was once described by Aristotle as 'a cloud floating in the sky.' One of the oldest and most beloved dog breeds, the Maltese has been winning hearts and praise for ages and originally descends from the central Mediterranean area. Maltese puppies sport a cute button nose and lively personality making them irresistible to cuddle and as such have been a favorite among celebrities and royalty, such as Marie Antoinette and Elizabeth Taylor.

An adult Maltese weighs 5 to 8 pounds and are wonderful companion dogs. This breed sheds less than most and are considered hypoallergenic. The pale ivory coat of a Maltese is long and silky with no undercoat. These tiny dogs prefer smaller spaces, making them a prized pet of urbanites everywhere. Puppies need proper socialization and do well with children but because of their small stature and delicate nature should never be unsupervised with children under 10.

How to care for your Maltese puppy: The gorgeous coat of a Maltese puppy should be brushed daily to avoid mats and tangles and professional grooming is recommended every 4-6 weeks. Nails should be trimmed and teeth brushed weekly to keep your precious puppy happy and clean. Feed a high quality dog food and be careful not to allow your Maltese puppy to overindulge to avoid obesity. Give an occasional treat to spoil your fur baby and as a reward during training.

What to look for when choosing a Maltese puppy for sale: Look for a bright, vibrant puppy with a healthy coat and clear eyes. Your potential puppy should be active, alert and playful with a good disposition. Many Maltese breeders who have good puppies for sale will offer tips on training and the best food to feed your new pet so be sure to ask. Maltese puppies thrive on love and attention and easily bond with their humans so set aside plenty of time to see to their needs and cuddle them frequently.

Little Lamb (ID 2389)

"little lamb" stunning female tiny pocket sized maltese puppy. Her heart is full of gold and loves to give kisses. Short and compact body too. She is white. Lush coat. Smart too already paper trained. She has the most delightful loving happy temperament too. Take her everywhere with you

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Puppy ID#: 2389 Breed: Maltese
Name: LITTLE LAMB Gender: Female
Color: WHITE Date of Birth: October 20, 2014 (212 week(s) old)
Date Available: After 12/31/2014 Registry: APR
Dad's Weight: 4 Mom's Weight: 4 lbs
LITTLE LAMB
Female Maltese (Puppy ID 2389)
$2250
Health Certificate $60
Airline-Approved Puppy Crate $40
Climate-Controlled Pet Class Flight $250
Total $2600

The ever popular and beautiful Maltese was once described by Aristotle as 'a cloud floating in the sky.' One of the oldest and most beloved dog breeds, the Maltese has been winning hearts and praise for ages and originally descends from the central Mediterranean area. Maltese puppies sport a cute button nose and lively personality making them irresistible to cuddle and as such have been a favorite among celebrities and royalty, such as Marie Antoinette and Elizabeth Taylor.

An adult Maltese weighs 5 to 8 pounds and are wonderful companion dogs. This breed sheds less than most and are considered hypoallergenic. The pale ivory coat of a Maltese is long and silky with no undercoat. These tiny dogs prefer smaller spaces, making them a prized pet of urbanites everywhere. Puppies need proper socialization and do well with children but because of their small stature and delicate nature should never be unsupervised with children under 10.

How to care for your Maltese puppy: The gorgeous coat of a Maltese puppy should be brushed daily to avoid mats and tangles and professional grooming is recommended every 4-6 weeks. Nails should be trimmed and teeth brushed weekly to keep your precious puppy happy and clean. Feed a high quality dog food and be careful not to allow your Maltese puppy to overindulge to avoid obesity. Give an occasional treat to spoil your fur baby and as a reward during training.

What to look for when choosing a Maltese puppy for sale: Look for a bright, vibrant puppy with a healthy coat and clear eyes. Your potential puppy should be active, alert and playful with a good disposition. Many Maltese breeders who have good puppies for sale will offer tips on training and the best food to feed your new pet so be sure to ask. Maltese puppies thrive on love and attention and easily bond with their humans so set aside plenty of time to see to their needs and cuddle them frequently.