"Keep Vaccinations Current"

Our Maltese puppies are thoroughly vet examined for

health concerns before going to their adopted family.

The mother's first milk right after puppy's are born

provides them with a natural resistance against just about

all diseases for the first several weeks. After that, they

require vaccinations to keep their immune systems healthy.

Recommendation by veterinarian Dr. Stevens from

Sunburst Veterinarian Hospital at 602-938-1860 

Inoculation is to be given 3 weeks apart starting at 6

weeks of age.... for example: 6, 9, 12, 15 and so on.

Things to think about ...

As a responsible owner of a new puppy it is highly

recommended to wait until your puppy reaches twelve

weeks of age to be adopted so that the puppy doesn't get

hypoglycemia when ever you are away from home.  

It is up to you to follow up and continue your puppy's

vaccination plus De-worming medication that has been


Puppy's that have to be flown to their destination

have to be twelve weeks of age.

Vaccine Recommendations:

Canine Distemper

Adenovirus Type 2


Parvovirus Vaccine

As a responsible breeder we take pride in the health and

condition of our puppies.  I will do everything in my

power to ensure that the puppy you take home today is free

 of any sickness or disease. We strive to have happy,

healthy, and well socialized puppies to adapt to their new

home environment.