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Henry Williams
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Teacup Maltese For Adoption

Breeding of the teacup Maltese began in the middle of the 20th century. They were bred both by selecting the smallest Maltese to mate, but also by introducing miniature poodles and miniature spaniels into the line.

Teacup Maltese For Adoption

Like most small dogs, teacup Maltese have a healthy lifespan of around 12-15 years. But they can be prone to some health issues, mostly related to diet because of the small size of their digestive system.

The nature of the coat of the teacup Maltese means they need regular grooming. How regular depends on how long you keep their coat and how much time they spend in the great outdoors, where it can pick up debris.

This is partly because they have relatively small litters. Standard Maltese only tend to have three pups in the litter, and a teacup Maltese may only have one or two. You might find that you have to put your name on a waiting list to get a pup.

You may get lucky and find a teacup Maltese in a shelter. This is because many people buy them thinking they will be easy to take care of since they look like a toy, and then realize they have bitten off more than they can chew.

Officially, the standard Maltese and the teacup Maltese belong to the same breed and should adhere to the same breed standard, except that the teacup is much smaller, despite the standard Maltese already being considered a toy breed.

We stretch our donation dollars as far as possible! Our team helps save, foster, and shelter many hundreds of these precious dogs each year across the Valley. We also help facilitate dog adoptions to find loving homes for these friendly, affectionate animals.

We take particular care in placing our dogs. Our screening process includes an application, phone interview, personal and veterinary reference checks, and a visit to the potential owner's home to ensure the home and family is compatible with the pet's needs and our requirements. We do not adopt our dogs on a first come, first serve basis. Because we want this to be a permanent adoption, we will place the dog in the home best suited for him/her.

If the dogs miss even one meal, their blood sugar levels could drop dangerously low and cause seizures and even death, says Meeks. They also have trouble keeping their bodies warm in cooler weather, which is why you see so many teacup dogs in sweaters. 041b061a72


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