My name is Erin, my husband's name is Ben, and we are small hobby breeders of Maltipoos in the Austin, Texas area. We started breeding in 2017 and it's been an absolute privilege! We pride ourselves on raising happy, healthy puppies that your family can enjoy for many years to come!! All of our adult dogs have been health tested to ensure nothing genetic or hereditary is passed on. Puppies are vet checked prior to leaving and given their first rounds of puppy vaccinations. Every puppy comes with a one year health guarantee and a VERY generous puppy take home pack that includes a blanket with familiar smells for easier transition, 30 days of free pet insurance + much more!!
Maltipoos are generally priced at $2,000/$300 deposit.
**Pricing subject to change**
We are no longer breeding Mini Goldendoodles
Discount available to our current military members, veterans, law enforcement officers and 1st responders.
Here at ETX Doodles, we thank you for your service & sacrifice.
Pricing reflect PET ONLY price. All puppies will be sold with a strict spay/neuter contract.
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ETX Doodles is recognized as a TOP BREEDER of Maltipoos on
I do have 3 retired adult dogs available for rehome: Fynn, Nova and Arizona. See their pictures below in the MY PUPS section
Fynn - 36 lb F1b Mini Goldendoodle born on 7/24/2020. He's a little skittish around new people, but we are trying to break him of this habit by getting him around people more. Rehoming fee of $700.
Nova - 25 lb CKC registerable Poodle born on 11/1/2020. Rehoming fee of $800.
Arizona - 7 lb AKC registered Mini Poodle born on 8/14/2020. It was recently discovered during her spay that Arizona has heartworms. It is early stage so we caught it in plenty of time to get it fixed. She will be available to a new home after treatment. Rehoming fee of $700.
These are our adult breeder dogs (some still puppies). They are all loved beyond measure and treated better than most people!! The dogs featured in this section are mine and not for sale.
CKC Registered Male Maltese
Link to health test results --> https://tinyurl.com/yanprxns
Male F1B Mini Goldendoodle
Link to health test results --> https://tinyurl.com/vawsb5j8
AKC Registered Female Miniature Parti Poodle
Link to health test results --> https://tinyurl.com/zkzjs8a3
CKC Registered Moyen Blue Merle Female Poodle
Link to health test results --> https://tinyurl.com/yjc838wu
CKC Registered Toy Phantom Merle Female Poodle
Link to health test results --> https://tinyurl.com/2p9x9yry
CKC Registered Miniature Female Poodle
Link to health test results --> https://tinyurl.com/3kvjuszd
Are Maltipoos Hypoallergenic?
Maltipoos are Hypoallergenic and a great option for those with allergies. If you’re looking for a short answer to this question, there it is. But the more accurate answer to this question “Are Maltipoos Hypoallergenic” has a bit more detail we need to cover.
What does “Hypoallergenic" mean?
The Oxford Dictionarygives the definition relativelyunlikelyto cause an allergic reaction. So when people are really asking if Maltipoos are hypoallergenic, although Maltipoos are hypoallergenic the real question you’re asking is “Will I or a member of my family be allergic to my new maltipoo puppy?”
Maltipoos are low to non-shedding dogs which means there is very little chance “relatively unlikely” your allergies will be triggered like with other breeds. The Maltipoo breed has hair instead of fur, which most people think is the reason for being hypoallergenic. Butmost people that have allergies are allergic to the dander (dead skin cells that fall off and collect in the fur) and not the coat of the dog. Both dogs with fur and dogs with hair have dander. The top layer of skin is in a constant state of renewal where the dead cells are replaced with new ones, just like humans.
The thing that makes the difference in the severity of the allergic response is that fur is usually a lot thicker than hair. Because fur is thicker, it holds onto and collects the dander. The Maltipoo hair is silky and soft, which allows the dander to fall out. When a person that suffers from allergies pets or grooms a dog, they come into contact with whatever is on the coat. With the Maltipoo, there is much less dander that has collected so a person may have a smaller or no allergic response when handling the dog.
Also, Maltipoos are said to be non-shedding, but this is not entirely true. The coat will shed any dead hairs and replace with new ones just like the skin. This happens at a much slower rate than dogs with fur so there will be less dead hairs around the house to cause allergic reactions.
To conclude, the Maltipoo is hypoallergenic but that doesn’t mean there’s a zero percent chance you will have an allergic reaction. Maltipoos as much as any other breed should be considered Low Allergenic.
What can I do to reduce the risk of allergic reactions?
When you are considering purchasing a Maltipoo and you or a family member have allergies, it is recommended that you hold the dog or puppy for at least 20 minutes and play with them to see if they cause any kind of reaction. Be sure to do this indoors since the air outside can push the dander away and give false results. To date, we have never had a complaint from someone with allergies that has adopted a Maltipoo from us which gives us high confidence in saying a Maltipoo could be a great option for you!
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