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What is the typical price range for a Maltese puppy in India?

Hi friends, I have finally settled down with my work and am looking forward to buying a Maltese. Can someone please guide me on 1. What is the typical price range for a Maltese puppy in India? 2. Pros and cons in raising a Maltese puppy? 3. Please give some pointers on any kennels or owners of Maltese puppies preferably in Bangalore or Chennai? Any suggestion or info would be very helpful. Cheers, Arun
By Arunkumar · 21 Jun 2010 3:20 pm


By KamalRaj J Kuppal · 22 Jun 2010 9:18 am
Maltese puppy would cost around 50K in india. There are only very few breeders in india. What make you to choose maltese? is it because this breed is hypoallergic?
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By Arunkumar · 22 Jun 2010 9:22 am
Thank you very much for the reply Kamal. The primary reason I chose Maltese is because I find them the most cutest of all. Also I wanted to have a toy/lap dog since my sis already has a Pomerianian.

Do you know of any of those breeders in India?


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By KamalRaj J Kuppal · 22 Jun 2010 12:47 pm
If you are in bangalore, you can contact Alphakennels (https://www.alphakennels.in/b reeds.html) as I found the breed maltese in their website, you can also contact poddarkennel (https://poddarkennel.com/) but there are some complaints about him while I browse about him.

As you said you need toy/lap dog, why not you consider Miniature Schnauzer (Very Very Intelligent & Cost around 30K for show quality) and Miniature Pinscher (Very Intelligent, King of Toy Breed & Cost around 10K if you get it in Yashbans, Bangalore). You can also consider Papilion. If you want to get Toy/Lap breed try to get breed which is intelligent so that it will be easy for you to train your dog and it listens you. This is just my opinion.

All the best

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