Teacupsmaltesepuppies
PUPPIES
TEACUP MALTESE

ABOUT US

Thank you for visiting our

Maltese website! We are

Maltese lovers , we love our

puppies so much, and we are

full time breeders currently

working with other partner

breeders from all over the

word to bring to our

customers high quality

puppies . We live in the middle

of 20 wooded acres in an

apartment we recently got

into.

HOME

This ancient breed has been known by a variety of names throughout the centuries. Originally called the "Canis Melitaeus" in Latin, it has also been known in English as the "ancient dog of Malta," the "Roman Ladies' Dog," the "Maltese Lion Dog," and "Melita" (the former name of Malta).The origin of the common name "Cokie" is unknown, but is believed to have originated in the mid-1960s on the U.S. East Coast and spread in popular use. This breed has been referred falsely as the "Bichon", as that name refers to the family ("small long-haired dog") and not the breed. The Kennel Club officially settled on the name "Maltese" for the breed in the 19th century. More
 Teacupsmaltesepuppies
PUPPIES
TEACUP MALTESE

ABOUT US

Thank you for visiting our Maltese

website! We are Maltese lovers , we

love our puppies so much, and we

are full time breeders currently

working with other partner breeders

from all over the word to bring to

our customers high quality puppies .

We live in the middle of 20 wooded

acres in an apartment we recently

got into.

HOME

This ancient breed has been known by a variety of names throughout the centuries. Originally called the "Canis Melitaeus" in Latin, it has also been known in English as the "ancient dog of Malta," the "Roman Ladies' Dog," the "Maltese Lion Dog," and "Melita" (the former name of Malta).The origin of the common name "Cokie" is unknown, but is believed to have originated in the mid- 1960s on the U.S. East Coast and spread in popular use. This breed has been referred falsely as the "Bichon", as that name refers to the family ("small long-haired dog") and not the breed. The Kennel Club officially settled on the name "Maltese" for the breed in the 19th century. More