A teacup Maltese is a smaller Maltese. The term "teacup" is a marketing tool referring to really small, and often unhealthy, dogs. "Teacup" puppies are often badly-bred puppies, with no concerns to their health or temperament - they are only bred to produce the smallest-sized puppies possible. No responsible breeder will breed or even sell a very small or unhealthy puppy.
totally they are soooo cute and they are good companions, but so are normal Maltese dogs-- toy dogs have massive health issues when they grow up, so a normal Maltese is probably a better choice.
A teacup Maltese is a Maltese that is specially bread to be tiny (but they are bread to be so small that they have lots of health issues)
so yes, a teacup Maltese exists.
I believe that it would be called a Teacup Maltese Poo.
Teacup pomeranian, Teacup maltese.
300 feet long and a meter wide! :p
Yes! what else would it be a hunting dog...! of coarse it is. any dog with teacup in front of its name is a lap dog.
There is no such dog breed as a maltipoo. Nor is there any size of dog called a "teacup", the smallest size for dogs is toy. "Teacup", "pocket", etc., are names that some breeders started calling their undersized runts to con idiots into buying them at an inflated price. So the proper wording for you question is:~Is a toy poodle and Maltese mixed breed dog larger or smaller than a toy poodle and Maltese mix that is the runt of the litter?~The answer to your question would be that generally a normal sized dog is larger than an undersized dog...but since you are asking which mutt would be larger, there is no guarantee how either dog will turn out.
yes, they grow up--to be 5-8lb--unless they are a teacup Maltese (then they will be 3-4lbs). Maltese also mellow down as they grow up. (like any dog) :)
2 maybe 3 in some cases.
The average life span for a Teacup Maltese is 12-15
Maltese breed usually weighs 4-8 pounds as an adult. Anything smaller makes them fragile and much more prone to health problems.
They have 4, Dolche a Chihuahua, Gabanna a black Lab, Bella a teacup Maltese and Butter a mixed breed
Names of the dogs? Riley and Maci. Not sure which is which though! Ok, Riley is a Maltese-Yorkie, and Maci is a Maltese. Don't know what happened to their previous dog Daisy a teacup Yorkie.
I would say no. A Maltese id much bigger then a Teacup Chihuahua and there can be many problems with the delivery. Your best bet is to take it to a vet for a c-section.