The Maltipoo puppy in this video is Harvey. It’s made of video clips of his first week home. It really is a wonderful practice to capture moments from those early days. When they are just getting to know us, getting to know the house, curious about every single mundane object. On a day when they are “misbehaving”, it’s a good time to pull out the video of their early days with us. Harvey seems especially fascinated by the image he sees in the mirror. Maltipoo is a cross between a Maltese and Poodle.
Characteristics of a Maltipoo (Maltese and Poodle)
According to DogTime, they are intelligent and fun loving. And very devoted. They are happy to sleep on your lap or walk beside you. They are also active, and just as happy to play as they are to cuddle with you. They can be good alarm dogs, but offers no protection. 🙂 Maltipoo’s are gentle and can get along with pretty much everyone. As with other dogs, it’s a good idea to socialize them early on, so they are exposed to a variety of sights, sounds, and people.
A Maltipoo gets along well with children because they are very social. If a Maltipoo is very small, it’s a good idea to match him with a family without young children, for their size can expose them to more potential danger of being stepped on by a little one who may not be watching where they walk. Always teach a child how to approach and respect dogs when interacting, even if they are as gentle as a Maltipoo. They also get along well with other dogs and pets who are not raised with them. Maltipoo are people lovers. They do need their daily exercise to stay healthy and out of trouble. You can read more about Maltipoo here. Enjoy watching Harvey the Maltipoo on his first week home.
Article source: Dogtime