Size: Our MaltiPoos range in size from 5 to 8 lbs, most average around 5 to 7 lbs. The MaltiPoo’s body and head shape can vary from Maltese to Poodle appearance depending on genetic influence.

Coat: The MaltiPoo coat can be any combination of Poodle or Maltese, most  influence is long curls. Ours have long hair which is wavy or curly. MaltiPoos can be a wide variety of colors including white, black, brown, gray, or cream ours however are mostly white, cream or white/sable. Because of the Poodle and Maltese are non shedders, making it a good match for allergy sufferers.

Character: The MaltiPoo is intelligent, lively, and highly affectionate. They are very devoted their owner, some tend to bond most closely with one person. Maltipoos tend to follow their owner from room to room, eager to play or cuddle up. They love to amuse their owners with clever antics. Some MaltiPoos tend to bark frequently. 

Temperament: Maltipoo are good natured and highly friendly due to the Miniature Poodle influence within the breed. They are affectionate with strangers, dogs, and other pets. Young children should be supervised around the MaltiPoo to ensure they treat the dog with respect.

Care:  MaltiPoo sheds little or no hair. It requires monthly grooming and regular brushing to prevent tangling. The eyes and ears should also be cleaned regularly with stray hairs removed. Bathe only when necessary. Puppies should not be handled constantly as they need time to rest and relax. The Malti Poo has a lifespan of 11-13 years. Malti Poos may be susceptible to health problems affecting the parent breeds, such as heart issues, dental problems (frequent tooth brushing can help), and bloat, though they are somewhat less likely to suffer these conditions then purebred Poodles or Maltese (known as ‘hybrid vigor’). Bloat can be prevented by feeding from a raised dish, spacing meals throughout the day, and avoiding exercise immediately after meals.

The MaltiPoo is eager to learn and should not present many difficulties in training. Positive reinforcement is likely to be the most successful approach. This breed may take a while to house train. Like the Maltese, many Malti Poos are paper or box trained rather than ‘outdoor’ trained.  We have ours outdoor trained, so it is possible for them to use doggie doors and etc.

Activity: The MaltiPoo can have most of its exercise needs met by indoor play and activities, but it also enjoys walks or playtime in the yard. The Malti Poo is an excellent breed for apartment life.

Lando Morkie Male  Blonde
small size born 3/12/23    $500

He is 7.10 lbs.  They look alike Louie and Lando, one is smaller.

Adopted Puppies

Louie  Morkie Male  blonde

born 3/12/23  10.5 lbs                                               $500.00

they are twins, just one bigger....

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To err is human; to forgive, canine.

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born 3/12/23

 2 males potty trained , crate trained 

 sable Blonde colors.​            

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Deposits are required to hold a puppy and are non-refundable.

NOTE: All puppies will be up to date on shots and wormed, health record provided.  Puppies are available to pick up at 8 weeks or older.  We also send home a blanket and toy that has been rubbed down in the Dam's scent to help reduce stress and comfort while adjusting to their new homes.

We are willing to fly your puppy via cabin coach and face to face deliver (call for price quote) and/or meet you at DFW airport to pick your puppy up and fly back with them in cabin.   

When you receive your puppy, we recommend a Vet visit within 3 to 5 days.  We keep all our dogs current on Heartworm and recommend that you have your Vet start your puppy on this preventative medicine by 14-16 weeks old. Your Vet will know what age is best for your puppy.  We feed our puppies Diamond Natural small Puppy breed, this can be gotten at any Tractor Supply or

If you are not going to show or breed your puppy, it is recommended to have them spayed or neutered.  Please read our puppy agreement page before you make your final decision, all deposits to hold are nonrefundable and Sales Tax is collected on all puppies sold from our home and or shipped within Texas.   




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​Our​ ​Morkies, also known as Yorktese, are a cross between a Yorkshire Terrier and a Maltese.  They can range in size from 5-15 pounds, ours average around 5 to 10 lbs.  As with the Maltipoo appearance can vary depending on genetic influence.

Coat: The Morkie coat is typically silky, straight and fine. Usually the hair is long and comes in a variety of colors such as black, tan, white, a combination of each, sable, etc.  The coats can be a little wavy influenced from both breeds, they are hypoallergenic, which is perfect for allergy sufferers.  

Character: The Morkie is a lively, spirited, intelligent and loving dog. The mix of Maltese and Yorkshire Terrier usually produces a lively, playful dog devoted to its family with a loving sweet nature. The Morkie loves to play or curl up on the couch for a nap and requires frequent human companionship.

Temperament: The Morkie will do well with other dogs and non-canine pets that they have been raised with. . They long for human companionship. The Morkie is suspicious of strangers and will alert the family to a stranger's presence as well as any sounds that appear out of the ordinary.

Care: The Morkie requires daily brushing to keep the hair from matting and tangling. Bathe when necessary and be sure to use a mild shampoo to avoid skin reactions. 

Training: The Morkie should be socialized at an early age. Morkies can be a bit stubborn and require a gentle but firm and patient trainer. Special emphasis should be put on potty-training as some Morkies can be difficult to housebreak.

Activity: A Morkie is well suited for apartment living as long as they are sufficiently exercised and have toys to play with. They enjoy family play time, walks and play time in a fenced yard.

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