I have an "extreme teacup" only three pounds. My vet and I are working very hard to get her weight up, but she gets sick just when we think we are successful. My vet bills are at least 300 dol lars every time she goes in due to IV's and meds. Her Dr. explained how she became so tiny. Her wonderful breeder paid so much attention to the fact that she had siblings in the same cage as her that deprived her of very important "beginning" nutrition and we can not make up the devastating difference. And, by the way, Maltese to not prefer to be in a purse beside the "one that they love" going to exciting places. They prefer to stay at home, safe in their favorite spot in the house. Rethink your options, perhaps a great dame?
: I am looking for an extreme teacup maltese . I live in Texas and i cant travel out of state to bu y one. If anyone knows where i can b uy one in texas ....preferably south texas please let me know. Thank you so much.