Adult malteses

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Maltese temperament, personality, training, behavior, pros and cons, advice, and information, by Michele Welton , Dog Trainer, Behavioral Consultant, Author of 15 Dog Books. On the Mediterranean island of Malta, the Maltese was developed to be the household pet of wealthy, cultured families. One of the brightest, sweetest, and gentlest of the toys, the Maltese is exceedingly playful and enjoys games of cleverness and dexterity such as "pull the hidden toy from under the cabinet with your paw This curious, quick-moving sprite doesn't need much outdoor exercise, but he does enjoy dashing around your fenced!
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Maltese (dog)

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Should I Get a Maltese? | How to Know if a Maltese is Right for You

A gentle and fearless dog breed , the Maltese greets everyone as a friend. Their glamorous white coat gives them a look of haughty nobility, but looks can be deceiving. Even though these are purebred dogs, you may find them in the care of shelters or rescue groups. This is a sprightly, vigorous dog who excels not only as a companion but also as a therapy dog and competitor in such dog sports as agility, obedience, rally, and tracking. But most of all, they love to be with their people.
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Maltese: What's Good About 'Em, What's Bad About 'Em

The Maltese is a breed of dog in the toy group. It is thought to have originated in south-central Europe from dogs of spitz type. The Maltese had been recognized as an FCI breed under the patronage of Italy in , at the annual meeting in Interlaken , Switzerland.
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As one of the smallest of the toy breeds -- already the littlest of canines -- a full-grown Maltese might be dwarfed by a large breed puppy. However, a Maltese thinks she's a big dog, so make sure she doesn't try to pick a fight with a larger canine. One of the oldest of all dog breeds, today's Maltese, named from their homeland of Malta, looks much the same as her counterpart in ancient Rome. If you share your life with a Maltese, your dog resembles the pet kept by wealthy households for the past 2, years.
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