(2 customer reviews)

Original price was: $1,659.00.Current price is: $1,289.00.

Age8 weeks
Current Weight2.2lb
Est Adult Weight4 – 5 lbs
VaccinationsUp-To-Date On All Shots
Vet Inspection(inspected at 8 wks)

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Puppies can not be picked up or shipped, until they are 8 weeks old and vet checked.

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Say hello to Scecilia, the adorable teacup Maltese puppy who is as loving as she is playful. Her sweet demeanor and cuddly nature make her the perfect addition to any home. Whether you’re looking for a furry friend to join in on your adventures or to snuggle up with on the couch, She is ready to be by your side. With vaccinations up to date and a clean bill of health from the vet. Scecilia is anxiously waiting to become a beloved member of your family. Don’t delay, bring Scecilia home today! Her parents are Twinkle 5lbs & dad Bubbles 6lbs. My bags are packed and ready to go!
Special Nurturing Notice

Puppies less than 2lbs require the special care and attention the first 2 weeks in their new home. They need to eat every 2-3 hours, starting with their arrival.

List of Inspection Points
Skin and coat

Teacup Maltese Breed Info

They are intelligent, obedient, loyal, and highly trainable. They respond best to positive reinforcement and gentle treatment. Treats and games are great ways to reinforce desired behavior. The most challenging aspect of training them is probably housebreaking, but that is due to their small bladders. They are intelligent dogs, and puppy training can begin as soon as they come home. Be patient with them when housebreaking because their bladders are small, and it will take them longer than other dogs to learn this skill. Socializing them with people and other dogs should begin as early as possible, pending immunization periods, to allow them to get used to diverse environments and reduce yapping.

Small, gracious, and elegant, the Teacup Maltese grows to a height of 6 to 8 inches and weighs 4 to 6 pounds fully grown. Their small stature is beautifully matched with a long white silky coat, a round face, expressive dark eyes, a tiny black nose, feathered floppy ears, and a puffy tail.

Reviews (2)


  1. Tony

    I have purchased 3 puppies from Diana’s Pet Home and all amazing and perfectly healthy and happy. I’m so grateful to find Diana’s Pet Home. The staff at Diana’s Pet Home are extremely helpful and truly care about the puppies. The facility is extremely clean!!! These puppies are very well cared for and easy to train over all wonderful service from Diana’s Pet Home and love my pups 🙂 maltipoo Charlie 7, teacup Maltese Bentley 6, micro pom 3.5

  2. S. S

    I absolutely would recommend Diana’s Pet Home. I was hesitant to purchase a pup that I didn’t see in person. I also wasn’t sure I wanted to put a pup through the flight from Missouri to Philadelphia. After talking to several staff members, at different times, I felt reassured that Delta Airlines handled many pups to Philadelphia Airport and that they are handled with VIP care. So, I decided my obsession out weighed my fears for a Maltese. I must say that Scecilia arrived happy, energetic and full of love. As promised on their website, they called a few days to make sure Scecilia was doing well and to see if I had any questions or concerns. My vet said she was so healthy she did not need any of the medications she came with as a precaution. I wish I could also drop a photo of her at 10 weeks old, the day I received her, she is beautiful and healthy.

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