Educate Yourself About Maltese”

Make sure you do your research, understand and educate you self

as much about the Maltese dog breed before looking for puppy.

 If you are looking for a reputable Maltese breeder you have

came to the right place. Maltese make a great pet.


Breed Group: Toy

Weight: 4-7 lbs

Height: 9-10 inches

Color(s): white

The Maltese is considered to be the oldest of the European Toy


Nobles, royals, and aristocracy favored them.

They are very well mannered and affectionate.

The Maltese displays a graceful and regal demeanor.


The Maltese has an elegant long, silky non-shedding hair.

The coat is straight, and is pure bright white in color.


The Maltese clearly show particular quality, great joy and delight

to have around. They are highly intelligent, full of energy, and

playful. They are very social. They are happy and content being

the center of attention whether they are with their family or in

the show ring. This endearing breed is very loving,

and a deeply devoted companion.


The Maltese is gentle, trusting, and obedient. They are typically

good nature-d and love to be held and cuddled. They will tolerate

other pets, but must be supervised around small children.

They may be over-protective of their owner, family, and territory,

and bark or bite if they perceive a threat.

They are a fearless, vigorous, mentally and intelligent breed that

thinks quickly. The Maltese commit themselves fully to their

owner and families.

"Care for your Maltese"

The Maltese coat requires daily brushing and combing to prevent


The coat is extremely soft and silky, so gentle daily care is highly


They need to be bathed on a regular basis.

The eyes need daily cleaning to prevent staining and hair cut a

way from the corner of the eyes.

 Keep their ears clean dry and free from hair. 

It is very important to keep the hair trimmed around the potty

area so it won't mat-up and poop will not become compacted on

the rear.

Dental hygiene is important to prevent tooth loss.


The Maltese does not require a high level of exercise.

They are very suitable for apartment or condominium living. 

All though they do enjoy a daily walk, indoor play,  and run

around in a secured small yard.

The Maltese loves to be social, so a day at the park is always

welcomed with supervision with a securely leash.


The Maltese may be difficult to housebreak so crate training is

highly recommended.

They do best with early socialization.

Training must be done with gentle love, consistency, rewarded

with patience.

They are skillful at learning tricks. And, do not need extensive

obedience training, as they are naturally obedient to their