Maltese dogs are very one of the most friendly and dependent pups that are always great to have around!
They are one of the oldest breeds in the world today. In the past, the Maltese were known as wealth and luxury pups! Maltese were the cuddle fur ball of choice Marie Antoinette and Elizabeth Taylor.
It’s also believed that ancient Greeks worshiped the Maltese, as they’ve even been depicted in famous paintings through time.
Today, many different Maltese mixed breeds roam the earth. Below are some of the most common breeds of Maltese that we know today!
1. Maltipoo (Maltese/poodle)
The Maltipoo are known for being affectionate, charming and fun loving creatures. They are certainly a great companion to have around!
2. Malshi (Maltese/Shihtzu)
3. Malchi (Maltese/Chihuahua)
The Malchi, the calmest of them all! Imagine looking at this pup every morning! The Malchi is a great listener and loves to follow its favorite giant (yes, I am talking about you).
4. Morkie (Yorkshire Terrier/Maltese)
Morkie is a great representation of their parent. They are known for their characteristics and personality traits. Just keep an eye out for this little one, you wont want to lose him around the house!
5. Malteagle (Beagle/Maltese)
Malteagles are great to have around anyone! They are kid-friendly and are affectionate little pups! Though they are a little challenging to train because they do tend to be stubborn.!
6. Maltichon (Bichon/Maltese)
The Maltichon are one of the most fearless creatures yet very gentle with their family. They are one of the most common Maltese mixes and are great therapy dogs! Be sure to use that as an excuse to get one 😉
7. MaltiPug (Maltese/Pug)
Unlike some of their counterparts, Maltipugs seem to have long hair that are a great suit for hair commercials – just look at that shine!
8. Maltipom (Pomeranian/Maltese)
Speaking of long hair, these rock stars love to play and party! This little Pomeranian mixed breed in particular loves to travel the outdoors.
Do you have any favorite Maltese mixes we didn’t mention here? Tell us your favorites in the comments!
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