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Rare MALSHIPOO puppies & everything you need.

Newcastle
2 weeks
£850
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Views
671
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5
Advert Type
For sale
Breed
Health Checked
yes
Microchipped by collection date
yes
Original breeder
yes
Pet Age:
11 weeks, 4 days
Pet Available
2024-04-30
Pet Viewable with Mother
yes
Pets in litter
3 male
Vaccinations up to date
yes
Worm and flea treated
yes
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Description
READY NOW! We are proud to announce that our beautiful girl has had an amazing litter of rare malshipoo(not maltipoo) puppies. The Malshipoo is a tri-breed designer dog that is very popular in America and is becoming increasingly sought after in the UK due to there exquisite looks and fantastic temprementd we are extremely luck to have very rare colours. This is our second litter of Malshipoos from our beautiful girl so photos of previous litters now they are older are available on request. Mum is our beautiful princess violet, she is half shih tzu, half maltese(malshi) she is our family pet, she is very loving, adores people and other pets including our other dog and cat. She is perfect in every way. Dad is a handsome stud dog, he is a kc registered toy poodle with lots of champuons and grand champions in his pedigree, we choose him for his fantastic personality and amazing quality, he is admired everywhere he goes. He has been FULLY health tested and all tests are CLEAR for the following: * rcd4 PRA/LOPRA * prcd- PRA * Von Willebrand disease Type 1 * Degenerative Myelopathy * Neonatal Encephalopathy Paperwork will be available to view so new families know that your chosen puppies will have no hereditary illness. Our beautiful puppies have been bought up in the heart of our family home and pampered along with mum. They are the most loving happy puppies you could wish to meet. They love to be picked up, cuddled and follows us around. They have an abundance of toys to play with and natural treats. They love our other dog and cat. From 2 weeks of age they have been worm/flea treated, they are microchipped,vet checked and had there 1st vaccination. Our puppies are fully weaned on Arden Grange dried food and paw.com wet food as well as fresh chicken. We started puppy pad training at 3 weeks old so they are doing really well with only the odd accident and have started to go outside in our back garden with mum. They have been bought up with children from 18 months old and up, they are great family pets, as well as companions for older people, they are ideal for people that live in apartments/flats as well as houses. These puppies are an absolute joy as they are quick to learn and clever like the poodle(they are half poodle) affectionate like the Shih tzu and a lapdog like the Maltese. They are hyperallergenic and do not moult. They are great Therapy dogs. They already love to help with the washing, getting it in and out of the drier, adore riding the flash floor mop as we are trying to mop up and play tug of war with any socks the kids leave on the floor, even though they have an abundance of there own toys. Our puppies come with a extensive puppy pack which includes everything we think you will need to start of your beautiful journey together. * Vaccination Card. * Microchip paperwork. * Food dry and wet. * Treats. * Blanket with mums scent on. * Birth Certificate. * Toys. * Puppy pads. * Large doughnut bed, Incase you have other pets so they can curl up together. * 2 Bowls. * Matching collar and lead. * Life time of support (we would like new families to keep in contact if possible) We have 3 stunning boys available which we have provisionally named after chocolate bars. We have: 1 Chocolate boy (Areo) he is full of fun and charm, he is extremely loving and outgoing and loves a fuss £1000 2 Dark chocolate and caramel boy (twix) he is a very unusual colour, he is tri colour as had a white bib and white toes on his back foot. He is absolutely adorable, he loves playing and cuddling. £850 3 Dark chocolate and Caramel boy(Mars) again he is a very unusual colour, he is tri colour as had a small white patch on his chest. He is the smallest of the 3 but makes up for his size with his character. He loves our cat and playing with his toys as well as snuggles. £850 We are looking for 5 star 🌟 forever homes ONLY for our stunning puppies, please don't be offended of we ask you questions and welcome any questions you may have as getting the right homes for our puppies is our priority. Please ask Partners,family Members etc before enquiring. Please no time wasters or photo collectors, genuine enquiries only. Viewing for our puppies is essential so we can meet you and you can meet mum with her puppies as the photos really do these puppies no justice. If you would like more information or would like to come and visit please contact us on mob: 07943070447.
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Be responsible, do your research!

Be responsible, do your research!

Rehoming a puppy is a massive commitment and different breeds have vastly different characteristics. For more info read our breed profiles. Make sure that you have researched the breed fully and ensured that it's the right breed for you, and your family. Our friends at PAAG have put together some great advice on how to buy a pet. Also ensure that the seller or breeder is genuine and ask alot of questions. A good breeder will help you choose a puppy whose temperament will suit your lifestyle and family circumstances, and won’t rush you into making a decision. Here are the most important questions to ask the breeder before viewing a puppy.

Puppies must be viewed with their mother in the seller's home!

Puppies must be viewed with their mother in the seller's home!

Always view the puppy at the seller’s home with the puppy’s mother. Do not accept any excuses for sending money without a viewing having taken place, or if the advertiser attempts to meet you at any other location than their own home. Unscrupulous sellers will often suggest another location to avoid showing the puppy’s true living conditions. The advertiser should ALWAYS let you see the puppies interact with their mother. Pets4Homes do not allow third party sale of puppies and all litters of puppies advertised, MUST have been bred by the advertiser. Make sure that the interaction between the puppy and its mother is natural to avoid the setting being staged.

Ask lots of questions

Ask lots of questions

Reputable breeders will be happy to answer any questions you have to help you find the right puppy. Important questions are about health tests and checks, the puppy’s parents, and much more.

Listen closely, is the breeder being evasive? If so, they may have something to hide.

Puppies must be 8 weeks when collected

Puppies must be 8 weeks when collected

Puppies must be at least 8 weeks old and fully weaned before they can leave their mothers. Please make sure to check the paperwork to ensure the puppy is old enough.

Microchips are a legal requirement

Microchips are a legal requirement

By law, all dogs over 8 weeks must be microchipped. Ask the seller for evidence and how to transfer the microchip details.

For puppies, breeders need to microchip their puppies under their own details first. You should ask for a copy before collection and never accept any excuse for sending them later.

Check the registered address matches where you visited. Puppy farmers will try and explain away why details don’t match - walk away.

Know your breeders

Know your breeders

Licensed breeders: Licensing regulations vary across the UK so please check the rules on your local council’s website or where you plan to buy.

Licensed breeders need to pass strict inspections to get their licence. They will be given a star rating from 1 to 5 and undergo periodic re-inspections to ensure they are meeting welfare standards. Pets4Homes checks their licence to give them the green badge on their advert. You can filter by licensed breeders in the search results.

Hobby breeders: These breeders usually have litters every now and then but don’t do it often enough to require a licence. Hobby breeders usually focus on one or two breeds and will be just as happy as licensed breeders to provide viewings with the mother and paperwork.

Puppy farmers: These are the ones to avoid! They can be hard to spot but they won’t do everything in this checklist. Look out for people avoiding your questions, trying to hide the pup’s mother, not showing an interest in how you will look after the puppy, or pressuring you to make a decision. Keep an eye out for any differences in addresses or personal details on paperwork too.

Health tests

Health tests

Great breeders will health test the parents to look for genetic conditions or potential diseases. Tests include hip scores, elbow scores, inbreeding coefficients, and many more. Different breeds have different tests - see our breed profiles.

Ask what health tests have been done and for paperwork to prove the results.

Breeders who do these tests tend to have healthier pups and will likely charge more as a result of running the tests.

Health check & paperwork

Health check & paperwork

The seller should be willing to let you take the pet to a vet of your choice for a health check and return the pet within 48 hours for a full refund if there are health issues. If the puppy has already been health checked, make sure you have this documented and phone their vet. The vet may not be able to disclose specific health information due to GDPR, however they should confirm the puppies have been checked. When you meet the puppy, they should be sociable and alert, with bright eyes and no visible health issues. Read about how to check the health of a dog here.

If the breeder claims the animal has been vaccinated and/or microchipped, ask to see records of these, including vaccination certificates and evidence of worming and flea treatments. It is required by law that all dogs over 8 weeks of age are microchipped and that the keepers' details registered against them are kept up to date. The breeder is responsible for microchipping the puppies and must have their details registered on the microchip database first. These records should be sent before collection and you should never accept any excuse for sending them later. For puppies, if they are advertised as Kennel Club registered, make sure you get a copy of their Registration Certificate before you buy the puppy.

Vaccinations

Vaccinations

If the breeder says the pet has been vaccinated ask to see vaccination certificates and any paperwork.

Worms and flea treatments

Worms and flea treatments

Ask about the puppy’s worms and fleas treatment schedule. Depending on the breeder’s schedule you may need to do the final treatments yourself.

Payment & contract

Payment & contract

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We also encourage all prospective puppy owners to sign a contract with the seller to make sure that what has been agreed and said verbally is also formalised. You can find a specialised puppy contract here.

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Report don’t support!

If you believe a puppy may be subject to irresponsible breeding, do not “rescue” the puppy by rehoming it. Walk away and report the seller to us immediately. Read on to learn how to recognise a puppy farm here.

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Get your dog insured!

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£850
Malshi P.
Newcastle
23 minutes
Member since:2 years
Malshi P.
Verified by:
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Email
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We take animal welfare seriously

PAAG promotes responsible pet advertising to help protect animal welfare. That's why Pets4Homes works to ensure all of our adverts meet PAAG's minimum standards.