How to Care for your Maltipoo Puppy
Properly caring for your Maltipoo can help aid in their long and happy life. From making sure they have regular veterinary checkups, to learning what breed-specific diseases to watch for, this page includes the many resources you need for caring for your maltipoo.
Maltipoos like most dogs take a lot of naps throughout the day, sometimes the total hours of sleep can be up to 14 hours a day if you are including the naps. If you are having trouble with your Maltipoo getting sleep at night, there may be things in their routine that are causing this. Read this article to learn more.
If you have a hyper maltipoo and are looking for ways to calm your Maltipoo, this guide will give you some factors and tips on how to calm your maltipoo down.
Vaccines are needed to protect dogs and puppies from becoming infected by diseases and viruses, such as parvovirus. Be sure to follow a good vaccination schedule. Too many vaccines at the same time or too close together can kill your puppy!
All Maltipoo parents want what’s best for their puppies, but have you ever stopped to think about whether there were more precautions you could be taking to keep them safe? I have listed a few things you can do to make sure your Maltipoo is well taken care of and safe.
When a Maltipoo experiences car sickness, it can cause him to develop a fear of getting into the car in the future. Car sickness is an awful nauseating condition that can happen with no warning and is very hard to cure until you get out of the car, so you can’t blame him for not wanting that to happen again, right?
There are many factors to consider when keeping your Maltipoos skin and coat healthy. Minimize your maltipoo coat problems by getting to know your maltipoos needs. You can follow these basic guidelines: