Teacup Maltese Puppies For Sale

Teacup Maltese Puppies for Sale Near Me

Our mission is to produce healthy, strong, and beautiful Teacup companion puppies for pet-loving families. All our puppies are potty trained, housebroken, and friendly with kids. See below for a complete list of our available Teacup Maltese Puppies for sale / Teacup Maltese puppies for sale near me.

About The Teacup Maltese

Teacup Maltese Puppies For Sale | Teacup Maltese Puppies For Sale Near Me

The Teacup Maltese is an adorable breed of dog that weighs only about 4 lbs at maturity! It’s almost as small as the Teacup Chihuahua. With a cute fluffy white coat and a friendly and loving nature, it is no surprise that this breed of dog has increased greatly in popularity over the last two decades. These pups have a wonderful, playful personality, making an excellent companion and lapdog to many.

If you’re interested in adding one of these beautiful pups to your family, See our available Teacup Maltese puppies for sale above

History Of The Teacup Maltese

The Teacup Maltese is a smaller version of the Maltese dog. They were originally bred to be just a smaller variation of the breed and were bred by crossing Miniature Poodles and Spaniels into the line. A breed standard was finally created in 1964 and has not changed since then.

The Teacup Maltese is not recognized as its own breed by the American Kennel Club (AKC) and is officially classified as a small Maltese dog.


The Teacup Maltese is an adorable dog who is very small. We expect all our Teacup Maltese puppies for sale to stand at about 8 inches tall and weigh 4 or 5 lbs full-grown. They have an easily identifiable round face with black eyes, which is why they look so cute!

Breed Origin

The origin of the Maltese dog is not widely known, but they are known to hail from Malta. This dog may descend from Swiss Spitz-type dogs or Tibetan Terriers. The Maltese were thought to be a member of the Bichon family for a number of years, but these two breeds are actually separate.

It is thought that the Maltese were first bred in around 500 BC. However, the breed was miniaturized and bred as we know it today in the 17th and 18th centuries. These dogs were very popular companions among the rich because of their size and astonishing floor-length coat.