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About Maltese Puppies
One of the oldest of the European toy breeds, the Maltese has been a lap dog to royalty for centuries. This all-white dog has silky hair instead of fur, often making it more tolerable for those who are allergic. Maltese love to be pampered, cuddled and held, and typically form strong attachments. They are gentle and affectionate, and are easy to train, especially when training is started early. Maltese have a medium energy level and do well indoors or in Small Living Spaces. This breed is known to be by their owners’ sides at all times, and is sure to charm anyone they meet! buy maltese puppies or get maltese puppies for sale
Benefits Of Adopting Maltese Puppies.
Maltese puppies are among the most gentle mannered of all little dogs. They are very affectionate, loving, cheerful and playful. Often said, they are packed full of personality, known for their outbursts of running at top speeds in all directions. They are lovable companions that want nothing more that to be loved by you. Maltese puppies are highly intelligent, quick to learn tricks and commands.
A Maltese life span is from 12-14 years, they are a small, fine-bonded sturdy dog. Eyes are dark, round and alert an their muzzle is medium length. Their nose is black but can become brown or pink during the winter, referred to as the “winter nose”. It will turn back to black with more exposure to the sun.
Maltese Puppies Characteristics.
Maltese puppies sport a single layered solid white coat hair. Their long hair should drape over each side, divided down the back. Their hair grows about 8 inches long or almost touching the ground. Daily grooming is required to keep the Maltese coat clean and mat free. Many owners will keep them cut in what is commonly referred to as the “puppy cut”, where the hair is kept 1-2 inches all over the entire body. Dead hair will need to be brushed out as this breed does not shed; the dead hair will become matted if not removed.
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The Maltese are friendly, happy, docile creatures. However, it does not matter how cuddly they might look, they are also very fierce.
While a Maltese loves to play, they prefer adult human company, so you might have to supervise them when they are in the company of children below 10, especially if they did not grow with these children.
They might need a lot more than the first meet to adjust to being prodded and petted by children below the age of 10. They are very obedient and loyal, and might just cower if screamed at by its owner. They are very agile and suspicious and will guide all that that belongs to their owners with ferocity.