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The Maltese Name Game

November 29, 2018

There are some dogs that are off the charts adorable and Maltese puppies for sale are some of them!

They are little but pack a lot of punch when it comes to personality and charm. In this blog post, we giving you some interesting facts and options for naming your new puppy.

Maltese Quirks and Facts

The Maltese is one of the most popular of the tiny breeds of dogs. As a result, they are often mixed with other breeds. Some of the names are downright funny!

Here are some of the most popular and funny ones that we could find:

Here are some cute girl name suggestions for Maltese puppies:

Here are some funny names associated with Maltese puppies for sale based on their size:

Here are some cute boy names for Maltese puppies:

 

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