For about 20 years, the Maltese were my ideal companions and pets. Throughout my association with them I decided to start breeding them.
My first Maltese Family originated in Canada. Both the male and the female came from Champion families. As time went by the first little ones arrived and my family started growing. When the family got really big, I decided to give away a puppy. Since taking care of my puppies had always been a priority to me and I always dedicated a lot of time and effort in it, I wanted to be sure that the puppies I would give to other families would really enjoy the same care and affection in their new environment. This is the reason I always examine very carefully the selection of a new family for my puppies.
My Maltese grow up at home, in a family environment and this is why they develop such a friendly and affectionate character. They are trained to use a newspaper for their physical need from their early days. They do not eat too much. When they are still babies, I let them eat whenever they want to, since there is always food and water available for them in their plates so if they get hungry they will be able to eat. When they grow up a little, they have specific meals. Additionally, from the time they are born and until they reach their new family, all my puppies get their vaccines and are parasite free (3 to 4 times).
The main characteristic of my Maltese is the “doll face”. They have elegant lineaments: thin black nose, short elegant chin and black eyes with black outline. They remain very small sized even when they complete their growing, and their weight fluctuates between 1,5kg to 2,5kg. Very rarely they will reach 3kg and occasionally we have “tea cups” that weigh from 1kg up to 1,2kg.
During the years, my family of Maltese was enriched with other smaller families of Shih Tzu, Havanese, Pinscher (miniature Dobermans) and Yorkie puppies.
Feel free to navigate through my website’s pages to get to know better the Maltese, the Havanese, the Yorkie, the Shih Tzu and the Pinscher Puppies (miniature Doberman).