Are maltipoos hyper?

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Your Maltipoo puppy lacks attention: Maltipoo puppies often act out in hyperactivity when they lack attention from their owners. This is as Maltipoo puppies naturally crave human interaction and regularly feel uncomfortable if they're left alone for prolonged periods.

What went wrong for a Maltipoo to be aggressive: Many Maltipoos are really laid-back dogs.

Even if their human is not doing a good job in showing their leadership skills, most Maltipoos will "roll with it" and let things be.

However, some dogs are predisposed to not feel comfortable with weak leadership.

Maltipoos are generally considered to be mild to moderate barkers. It would be uncommon for them to bark for no reason. But as with any breed of dog, they do have their triggers. Luckily, Maltipoos are considered to be an intelligent breed, and they can quite easily be trained not to respond to these triggers.

Maltipoos are susceptible to the health problems of both the Maltese and the Poodle, although possibly at a lower rate than purebred dogs.

Dogs who have this defect require expensive surgery to survive.

And like many small white dogs, Maltese can suffer from "white shaker dog syndrome" (idiopathic cerebellitis).


Poodles as a whole are also among the more intelligent dog breeds, so your Maltipoo puppy will share the intelligence, inquisitive nature and alert temperament of the Poodle breed! They are good at problem solving, bright and into everything, and require plenty of stimulation, both physical and mental.


Maltipoos are a popular cross of the Maltese and Toy or Miniature Poodle.

True to their parent breeds, Maltipoos are affectionate and gentle.

Because both Poodles and Maltese are considered non-shedders, people who breed Maltipoos hope to end up with a hypoallergenic dog.


With the intelligence of the Poodle and the sweetness of the Maltese, the Maltipoo is a smart, darling dog and a loving companion.

The Maltipoo is a crossbreed.

A well-bred, well-raised Maltipoo should be friendly, people oriented, and easy to train β€” and just a little bit of a mischief-maker.


Although the Maltipoo is not a cold-weather dog, you should not ignore their exercise needs during the winter months.

Because the Maltipoo has hair rather than fur, you will want to be sure to put some type of coat on your pup to ensure that they do not get too cold.

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