Featured Mal-Shi Puppies
Building Families, One Puppy At A Time
For most Mal-Shi dog owners in Nebraska, the toughest challenge has been to find a good Mal-Shi breeder. This is why at Nebraska Mal-Shi Breeders, we have done the running around for you. We screen our Mal-Shi breeders and only work with those who follow our policies. Our trained Mal-Shi puppy counselors help you in finding the right breed and puppy. Our Mal-Shi puppies are thoroughly examined for health concerns before they join your family. We do all this because we believe you don't just bring home a puppy, instead you bring home a relationship!
We place Mal-Shi puppies in caring lifelong homes in Nebraska and across the US. All of the puppies available on this website are from our exclusive national network of the finest Mal-Shi breeders and may not necessarily be located in Nebraska. Shipping is available. View all puppies >>
Our 10 Year Guarantee
We take pride in the fact that our relationship with you does not end when you take home a Mal-Shi puppy from us. As die-hard puppy lovers ourselves, we'd like to believe nothing can ever go wrong with our Mal-Shi puppies. However, certain things are beyond our control. A Mal-Shi puppy's health is dependent on a lot of factors like genetics, exercise, food, and nourishment.
What families are saying about their new puppies!View all testimonials >>
"Dakota Paris is exactly the way she was described in the puppy description. She arrived on /1/10/12 and has been such a pleasure. Dakota Paris is so cute, loving, and smart. She is already trained and goes to the bells on the door when she has to g...Read More"
"We purchased our puppy through you last May. He is a Mai-Shi male and is an adorable little black and white puppy. We just adore this little guy he has such a cute personality and is so loving and very smart. He is almost 8 month old now."
"Brody`s first hair cut."
"Harley is a healthy, sweet, very happy and well-adjusted little boy. I could not be happier with him. He is so beautiful that people have run across the street more than once just to ask what kind of dog he is. All the little kids in my building have...Read More"