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Diana (ID 2166)

"diana" wow precious little female maltese very teenie weenie tiny little girl, heart of gold, and a face to die for, so much personality, what a quality little female maltese

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Puppy ID#: 2166 Breed: Maltese
Name: DIANA Gender: Female
Color: WHITE Date of Birth: March 1, 2013 (341 week(s) old)
Date Available: After 05/15/2013 Registry: NA
Dad's Weight: 4 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.

Lady Godiva (ID 2198)

"lady godiva" wow tiniest 18 oz. Spectacular little teacup maltese female beauty. Words cant express how beautiful this little girl is. Pure white, tiny petite body with lush coat and short confirmation. Elegance to the max. A one in a million maltese puppy.

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Puppy ID#: 2198 Breed: Maltese
Name: LADY GODIVA Gender: Female
Color: WHITE Date of Birth: April 4, 2013 (336 week(s) old)
Date Available: After 06/01/2013 Registry: NA
Dad's Weight: 4 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.

Krissy (ID 2199)

"krissy" beautiful little maltese baby girl. Small toy size beauty. Babydoll face, short compact body. Lush coat too. Darling lovable personality as well. Adorable!!

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Puppy ID#: 2199 Breed: Maltese
Name: KRISSY Gender: Female
Color: WHITE Date of Birth: April 1, 2013 (337 week(s) old)
Date Available: After 06/01/2013 Registry: NA
Dad's Weight: 4 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.

Emma (ID 2200)

Emma" stunning and gorgeous toy sized female maltese puppy. Thick white coat, stunning black points. Short legs. Wonderful temperament.

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Puppy ID#: 2200 Breed: Maltese
Name: EMMA Gender: Female
Color: WHITE Date of Birth: April 1, 2013 (337 week(s) old)
Date Available: After 06/01/2013 Registry: NA
Dad's Weight: 4 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.

Alex (ID 2201)

"alex" gorgeous tiny toy male maltese puppy. Loving temperament, thick white coat, black points. Short cobby body, short little legs, he is really great with kids perfect for summer.

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Puppy ID#: 2201 Breed: Maltese
Name: ALEX Gender: Male
Color: WHITE Date of Birth: April 1, 2013 (337 week(s) old)
Date Available: After 06/01/2013 Registry: NA
Dad's Weight: 4 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.

Lady Godiva (ID 2205)

"lady godiva" wow tiniest 18 oz. Spectacular little teacup maltese female beauty. Words cant express how beautiful this little girl is. Pure white, tiny petite body with lush coat and short confirmation. Elegance to the max. A one in a million maltese puppy.

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Puppy ID#: 2205 Breed: Maltese
Name: LADY GODIVA Gender: Female
Color: WHITE Date of Birth: March 25, 2013 (338 week(s) old)
Date Available: After 06/21/2013 Registry: NA
Dad's Weight: 4 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.