What is the Cheapest Maltipoo?

Some people look for cheap maltipoo and if it is possible, they may want to get the cheapest one. However, what is the cheapest maltipoo? Actually, the price of a maltipoo and even other dogs is cheap or expensive, it depends on several factors. You can read the factors which can make a maltipoo or any other dogs cheap or expensive here, but first let’s find out the information about the cheapest maltipoo.

Getting the Cheapest Maltipoo

Usually, to get the cheapest maltipoo, it can be done by adopting it from a rescue. According to the My Doodle Maltipoos site, adopting a maltipoo from a rescue center can range from $100 to $600. However, it is rare to find a particular breed in a shelter, but it does not mean that they cannot be found there.

Sometimes, you need to wait for months for the possibility of maltipoo to appear at a shelter and usually you have to be on a waiting list. To know whether there is a maltipoo in a shelter or not, contacting the local shelters is the best way and then discuss about the costs and also the possibility to adopt it.

However, it is important to note that when adopting a maltipoo from a shelter, there may be a lot of things that are unknown such as where the maltipoo came from so that it is unknown the origins of the parents and the conditions they lived in previously.

What is the Cheapest Maltipoo

The Average Price of Maltipoos

Above, you have been informed about the price estimation of adopting a maltipoo from a rescue shelter. Now, how about the cost of Maltipoos in general? In general, the prices of maltipoo ranges from $500 to more than $2,500 as explained on the Trending Breeds site. According to the My Doodle Maltipoos site, the cost of a maltipoo from a reputable breeder even can range from $2,000 to $4,000. The difference of maltipoo price between one breeder to another is because of several factors such as size, the age of the puppy, pedigree, the breeder’s reputation, location and some other factors.

According to the Trending Breeds site, here are the actual maltipoo prices from real breeders.

  • Breeder: Pierce’s Precious Puppies
    Location: Illinois
    Price: $1,800
  • Breeder: Playful Pups For You
    Location: Georgia
    Price: $650 – $850
  • Breeder: Denning Farms
    Location: Iowa
    Price: $950 – $1,100
  • Breeder: Judy’s Pups
    Location: California
    Price: $875

Breeder: Artistry Pups
Location: Florida
Price: $2,000 – $2,500

And here is the information about the price of maltipoo based on their size according to the Bubbly Pet site.

  • Maltipoo size: Miniature
    Weight: 10 to 25 pounds
    Height: 12 to 15 inches
    Puppy price: $400 to $2,000
  • Maltipoo size: Toy
    Weight: below 10 pounds
    Height: 8 to 10 inches
    Puppy price: $400 to $3,000
  • Maltipoo size: Teacup
    Weight: 4 pounds and below
    Height: 6 inches and below
    Puppy price: $2,000 to $4,000

Factors Which Influence Maltipoo Price

As explained earlier, there are factors which influence maltipoo price so it is no wonder why you may find different prices for the same look of maltipoo. Here are some factors which influence maltipoo price according to the Trending Breeds site.

  • The Reputation of the Breeder
    An experienced maltipoo breeder usually sets a higher price for the maltipoo that they have. It is because they usually try to consistently produce the highest quality, healthiest puppies and also establish breed standards,
  • The Puppy’s Age
    Usually, people look for puppies when they want to have one as soon as the puppies are available for sale. They are looking for puppies because they do not want to miss out on the important socialization that they can do with the puppies. Usually, people are not interested in older puppies so no wonder why older puppies are usually cheaper than the younger ones.
  • The Current Popularity of the Breed
    Let’s say that a breed or in this case a crossbreed is in a sudden surge in popularity. If it happens, usually the price will be higher as well. However, when it is not very popular, the price is usually cheaper.
  • Registration of the Dog
    If the parents of the puppy or the litter are registered with groups like the AKC, the price of the puppy can be affected. It is important for you to note that crossbreeds are able to be registered now, get an ID number and take part in various dog sport competitions such as obedience and agility trials.
  • Genetic Tests and Health Screenings
    If the breeders are quality, they will test the parent dog before they breed. It is done to rule out the possibility of inherited health conditions which are passed on to the litter. There will be a lot of vet visits after breeding to make sure that the pregnancy is normal and as a result, it may produce healthy and thriving litter. This process makes the price of a puppy more expensive.
  • The Type and Color of the Coat
    A certain hair type or color of puppy which is in high demand can cost higher.
  • Size of the Dog
    Usually, puppies which will grow small when they are fully grown are more expensive than puppies which are predicted to have normal size. As you are able to see from the information about the price of a dog based on the size above, the teacup one is more expensive than the other sizes. However, note that not all breeders are honest. Some of them may convince you that the puppy will grow as you want, but actually not. So, that’s why choosing a reputable breeder is important since they will not fool the buyers. For buyers, they also need to know the sizes to expect based on the parentage of the puppy  to help them avoid being fooled.
  • Generation
    F1 generation puppies are usually cheaper because it only consists of one maltese and one poodle to create them. F2 generations and beyond usually need more time to create because the breeder needs to wait until their F1 dogs are old enough to be bred and then wait again for the next generation before they can be bred. So, this effort makes the puppies more expensive.
  • Pedigree
    Let’s say that one or both parents of a maltipoo have placed high in the show ring, the record of their winnings will be entered on the pedigree of the puppy and the price of the puppy will automatically be higher.
  • Location of the Breeder
    Breeders in or near large metropolitan areas will set higher prices for the puppies that they have. It is because they market puppies to the audience who have a tendency to earn higher than rural people do.

Well, that’s all about maltipoo prices, getting the cheapest one and the factors that affect the prices. Last but not least, I want to remind you that if you are a muslim, it is forbidden for you to have a dog. Instead, you can have other animals like cats, ducks, sheeps and some other animals.

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