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This breed originated in the small island of Malta, off the coast of Italy, and is one of the oldest known dogs. The Maltese is related to the early Spitz dog and the Tibetan Terrier. It’s believed that this breed was originally used for rodent control. This breed was brought to England and was favored by royalty. The Maltese breed was first recognized by the AKC in 1888 and grouped as a Toy.
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The overall appearance of the Maltese puppies is regal and sophisticated, yet charmingly cute.
Its diminutive figure is 12 to 13 inches high at the withers and 13 to 18 pounds (6 to 8 kilograms). It is among the largest toy breeds.
The face of the Maltese is distinctive for its sweet, gentle expression that owes much to its large, round, dark brown eyes, set well apart.
The coat is long, silky and soft and comes in four color combinations: red and white with a partial red mask and ears and red patches on a white body; tricolor (black and white with tan points); ruby (solid red); and black and tan.
These happy little puppies are excellent with children, and their desire to interact with their guardians makes them pleasurable household companions.
The Maltese Puppies for sale are easy to keep. Ideal as a family dog or as a companion. The puppies loves to cuddle and has been described as the perfect lap dog. Although these dogs have a proclivity for noisy greetings, generally are not protective.
Regular grooming is key to keeping the Maltese’s coat lustrous. Little more than a thorough weekly brushing is required, in addition to routine bathing and professional trimming as desired. Light shedding, which occurs in the spring and fall, generally arouses little notice.