Welcome to Our Maltipoo Family!


A Maltipoo, also known as Maltepoo or Maltese-Poodle, is a hybrid cross between a Maltese and Poodle (generally toy size but sometimes miniature) and is one of the most popular hybrid dog! The Maltese Poodle cross was created to be a small-breed companion dog for allergy sufferers and has many wonderful qualities. Not only is the maltipoo a very friendly dog, but he has hair (not fur) so he may be tolerated by those with allergies. Matlipoos are very intelligent, energetic dogs who learn very quickly and would make a perfect addition to any household.

Our site is full of information on the Maltipoo breed. Please feel free to browse around to learn more about the Maltipoo. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us anytime.


Puppy Adoption

The first step to adopting a maltipoo puppy is to complete our Puppy Adoption Application. We ask that you provide detailed answers whenever possible.

After you complete your application you'll be able to place a $500 deposit. Your deposit will secure your ability to reserve any available puppy, or you can choose to have your name placed on our list of depositors.  Only those people who have placed a deposit have the opportunity to reserve a puppy.  See our Available Puppies.


Perfect Family Dogs

Because Maltipoos are smart, tolerant, small, loyal and super affectionate, they make wonderful family dogs and personal companions. They love to play games, cuddle and be part of the family. They are small and don’t need excessive amounts of exercise to keep them happy. This makes them perfect for any size of home, even an apartment. Maltipoos love kids and get along well with other animals. They don’t tend to bark except to alert you of anything new or unfamiliar. Maltipoos are hypoallergenic and are low to non-shedding. They are very smart, which makes them super easy to train. Your Maltipoo puppy can be easily trained to proficiently obey all basic obedience commands by just 12 weeks of age! To learn more about maltipoos, visit our About Maltipoos page.