Mal-Shi - Malshi Dog list M

Mal-Shi - Malshi Dog

The Mal-shi, also called the MalteTzu, is created by the crossing of two breeds: Maltese and Shih Tzu. They are commonly referred to as "designer dogs" and have become popular companions.

Maltese Dog list M

Maltese Dog

This energetic breed is a fun, ideal lap dog. They require little exercise, but plenty of grooming and upkeep.

Malti Pom - Maltipom Dog list M

Malti Pom - Maltipom Dog

The Maltipom, also called the Pomanees, is created by the crossing of two breeds: Maltese and Pomeranian. They are commonly referred to as "designer dogs" and have become one of the popular smaller crosses.

Malti Poo - Maltipoo Dog list M

Malti Poo - Maltipoo Dog

The Maltipoo is a crossing of two breeds: Maltese and Poodle. They are often referred to as a "designer dog" and have become popular companions and therapy dogs.

Manchester Terrier Dog list M

Manchester Terrier Dog

The Manchester Terrier is a shy, standoff-ish breed. They are loyal to their family, but are wary of strangers.

Manchester Terrier  Toy Dog list M

Manchester Terrier Toy Dog

Originating during the 16th century in Manchester, England, the Toy Manchester Terrier was prized for their ability in helping to control and eradicate rodents and fox. They also enjoyed popularity as watch dogs and as companions.

Maremma Sheepdog Dog list M

Maremma Sheepdog Dog

Originating in Italy, the Maremma Sheepdog is a rare working breed. Their solitary function both in the past and today is that of a guardian of flock and property.

Mastiff Dog list M

Mastiff Dog

The Mastiff is massive and can seem intimidating, but they are gentle, loving household pets.

McNab Dog list M

McNab Dog

The McNab breed was developed in California by Scotsman Alexander McNab. They are highly prized for their versatility; forceful stockdog, protector, and avid hunting companion.

Mexican Hairless  Dog list M

Mexican Hairless Dog

Also referred to as the Xoloitzcuintli, the Mexican Hairless is one of the rarest and oldest breeds in the world. Dating back over 3,000 years, the Mexcian Hairless were highly prizeed for their healing and magical powers.

Miniature American Eskimo  Dog list M

Miniature American Eskimo Dog

The Miniature American Eskimo Dog is much like the Standard with regard to its characteristics. Bright, fun, and a great family dog.

Miniature Australian Shepherd Dog list M

Miniature Australian Shepherd Dog

Directly developed from the Australian Shepherd, the Miniature is a relatively new breed. Originating in the United States, the Miniature Australian Shepherd is rapidly becoming popular for their compact size and strong work ethic.

Miniature Bull Terrier Dog list M

Miniature Bull Terrier Dog

The Miniature Bull Terrier is much like it's larger counterpart, being mischievous and fun loving. It is small, but is certainly not a lap dog - they are strong and have a good amount of bulk.

Miniature Pinscher Dog list M

Miniature Pinscher Dog

The Miniature Pinscher is highly energetic and curious. Although standoff-ish to strangers, the Miniature Pinscher is very loyal to its family.

Miniature Poodle Dog list M

Miniature Poodle Dog

The Miniature Poodle is a highly intelligent, fun-loving, energetic dog that makes for a great family pet. They love being a part of the family.

Miniature Schnauzer Dog list M

Miniature Schnauzer Dog

The Miniature Schnauzer is a great family dog. Friendly and outgoing, it enjoys a good, hard play session. Erring on the side of loud, it has a tendency to bark a lot.

Morkie / Yorktese Dog list M

Morkie / Yorktese Dog

The Yorktese, also called the Morkie, is created by the crossing of two breeds: Yorkshire Terrier and Maltese. They are commonly referred to as "designer dogs". The Yorktese is exceedingly popular.

Mountain Cur Dog list M

Mountain Cur Dog

Often referred to as the "pioneer dogs of the Southern mountains", this versatile breed is steeped in tradition. Mountain Cur's are highly respected for their ability as hunter, protector, guardian, and farm worker.

Mudi Dog list M

Mudi Dog

The Mudi originated in Hungary and is a relatively new breed. They are noted for their versatility as sheep herder, flock guardian, guard dog, cattle herder, hunter, and companion. Mudi's are also utilized as rescue dogs. This breed is exceedingly rare and difficult to obtain.

Munsterlander Dog list M

Munsterlander Dog

The bitch has a shorter coat and will not need so much grooming. A brushing every 3-4 days should be enough. The dog has a longer coat and needs a good brushing every second day. This breed is a seasonally heavy shedder especially in the spring. Regular grooming will keep the shedding down.