Welcome to Royal T Mi-Kis

Welcome to Royal T Mi-Kis! We’re a Colorado-based breeder of quality Mi-Ki puppies. Our home-raised puppies are socialized with kids, larger dogs, cats, and will arrive already using potty pads and ready to fit right in with your family!

Mi-Kis are a rare and wonderful breed that are known for their sensitive and adaptable natures. They aren’t yappy, and the long coats have hypoallergenic characteristics.

Mi-Kis have been a pure breed since the 1980’s and were recognized in January of 2016 by the United Kennel Club in the Companion Group.

Mi-Kis are intelligent sweet-natured small companions known for their calm demeanor, “Gremlin” look, and for being easy to travel with.

These traits make this rare breed an excellent candidate for therapy work, for medical alert service, as well as for living in apartments. The Mi-Ki is truly the sweetheart of the toy breeds.

Visit our Nursery to see our puppies!

Testimonials about Royal T Mi-kis

Our adopters are some of the best dog people around! We love having happy clients and are pleased to have repeat adopters. Here are a few excerpts from notes our clients have sent us.

From Cooper’s parents:

I love this breed so much. They make wonderful children. We rescued our last miki (Buddy)….who had so many medical and mental issues… We always wondered what he would have been like if he would have had a wonderful beginning like Cooper…now we know.

[Cooper] is completely potty trained, fetches toys and brings them back… He is such a joy and a gift from God. He is the best puppy we’ve ever had in over 30 years of having dogs. We love him so much. Thank you again so very much for Cooper. You are the best breeder of these little people. So organized and we can tell how much time and love was invested in our little Mini Cooper.

He hasn’t had an accident since the third day he was with us. Occasionally he just goes over and sits on the potty pad…looks at us for a treat… he is a funny little guy.

– The Rowes


Quality Mi-kis Bred With a Purpose!

Hello Mary, just wanted to touch base to update you on Hudson and to thank you for providing us with the most SOCIAL little buddy ever! 
Hudson absolutely loves people,  but more so children it is absolutely heartwarming to watch him with them. 

The grandchildren came to Lake Havasu over Christmas and needless to say, I was worried about little Hudson being around a 6, 4 and 2-year-old (especially our 2 yr old grandson). Turns out they fell in love the second they met. It was like they were glued together. Perhaps it had something to do with the fact that our grandson has severe asthma and maybe Hudson sensed it. What was even more shocking was how Hudson reacted when *** left… he went under the bed and refused to come out, we would lay on the floor and talk to him and you could actually see the tears in his eyes

Hudson the Mi-ki carefully watches over a sick child.
Hudson comforting Abby’s grandson. Image and names obscured for youth privacy concerns.

He would come out briefly when we would get **** on FaceTime to talk to him but this continued for 5 days! He finally came around… Whew!
We are leaving Lake Havasu for Saskatoon on Sunday so another adventure for him. He has adjusted to our life here so well. Hudson loves the 5-mile hikes each morning! He runs to get his bag and my shoes lol (we get funny comments like… “that’s a funny way to walk your dog”)

Hudson the Mi-ki loves riding in his dune buggy!

He also loves to go out in the desert in the RZR … He prefers not to wear his goggles or his mask  🙁

He’s the life of the party wherever we go!  
We bring his carry bad with on the rides as they usually have a restaurant destination. We put him in the bag to go inside and set him under our chair and people are amazed that nobody knows he’s there as he doesn’t make a peep! 
I am constantly explaining Mi-Ki to everyone who meets him. 

Thank you for the breeding these amazing friends!

From Abby, Hudson’s mom

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