Free Maltipoo Puppies for Sale

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Maltipoo is the mix between the Maltese and the Toy or Miniature Poodle. Having the Miniature or Toy Poodle as their parent makes them have the small size. How small are they? Actually, the size varies. It depends on whether the Poodle parent was a Toy or Miniature. The average of Maltipoo ranges between 8 to 14 inches tall and weigh 5 to 20 pounds.

Maltipoo take after their parents when it comes to the affectionate and gentle treats. This kind of dog is active and energetic. So, they need some daily exercises such as a good walk, romp in the yard, or a game of fetch that will do the trick. Maltipoo is also lovely. They are so good on getting along with the kids and the elders as long as they can handle them well.

Maltipoo is such a good one to be an companion. They usually bark when there is something going on. However, you have to train them at which one they need to bark. So, how about the training? Is Maltipoo hard to train? No, this kind of smart puppy is easy to train.

Aside from training, Maltipoo also need the food. According to the experts, you can give them 5/8 to 1.5 cups of the high quality dog food daily. You can divide it into two meals. Actually, how much the puppy eats depends on its size, age, build, activity level, and metabolism. You have to know that every puppy does not have the same amount of food. Instead of leaving food out all the time, it is better for you to measure the food and feed them twice a day to keep them in good shape.

Maltipoo has the low shedding which is low dander coat with the fluffy, soft, and wool like texture one. this kind of thing is medium to long in length. It ranges from slightly wavy to curly. When it comes to the coat, they have the various colors. The most common ones are cream, white, and silver. To keep the coat clean and free of mats, the puppy needs the daily brushing. A lot of them are clipped to keep them tidy and cool. In general, they only need clipping once or twice a year. On the other hand, their head need a monthly trim. Please take a bath a Maltipoo at least once a month in order to keep the coat soft and clean.

Purchasing a Maltipoo is not only an option to get one. For those who want to take care of one, you can also consider adopting. The site named the Local Puppy Breeders will encourage you to always consider adopting from the local shelter or the rescue group. You can look for the rescue of shelter on the site. Aside from being free, this option can be an excellent chance to give the puppy the second chance and possibility to save the life. However, adopting might not be for everyone, so please think about it first.

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      Paula Bratz2 years ago

      Do you have Maltipoos at this time, for adoption?

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      Rosemary Shills Merz2 years ago

      We are a retired Florida couple who just lost our precious female, apricot maltipoo in a tragic accident. We need another fur baby ASAP! HELP!

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      Nikki Williams2 years ago

      Looking for a male

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      Amanda cotterill1 year ago

      Hi I like to have a free maltipoo if it’s okay with you guys and here is my address 205-404 Eric czapnik way Orleans ont K1E0A5 and my telephone number too also 6138651364

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      Amanda cotterill1 year ago

      I like to buy her and see how much it is beige white one

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      Marie Maugeri1 year ago

      Hi. I’m interested in a malapoo the smallest if possible. Please please let me know as soon as possible. Thanking you with all my heart!

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      Jayne1 year ago

      Hello I’m Jayne Young I’m intreasted I have 1000. To buy a sweet little girl Or what ever it takes was my life please help me out please Jayne m Young 6032675733 home cell 6038321568 asapto e for 12 yrs she passed last yr She get my Maltipoo I owed on

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      Joann1 year ago

      I’m interested in maltipoo in my area ?

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      Tiombe1 year ago

      I won’t two boys Maltipoo puppies and curly hair and the color apricot

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      Alicia Brophy1 year ago

      My family is interested in your maltipoo

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      Amanda1 year ago

      Hi there here just emailing in regards to your puppy for sale was wondering if you could please email me with further information
      Many thanks Amanda

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      Tiffany Caldwell1 year ago

      My question is am I getting the puppy for free an paying for the fees?? I would really like one of these dogs due to my dog allergy an it says these guys are a good dog if you have a dog allergy. I just can’t afford to buy one to be honest but I’m in need of a loving companion!

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      Yolanda Thompkins1 year ago

      I’m interested in a free Maltipoo puppy for sale

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      Susanna Arroyo1 year ago

      How much are the maltipoo puppies I prefer a boy.apricot color and if he is s teacup even better

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      Susanna Arroyo11 months ago

      So are the maltipoo red w white free.if so is it a male.

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      Christine11 months ago

      Had a Maltipoo for 15 years would love another one

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      Caren Johnson10 months ago

      I want a free maltipoo or could someone donate me a maltipoo puppy please.

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      Kandy Poole8 months ago

      thank you sir

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