I have been interested in the Maltese for many years, and began breeding
Maltese back in 1992. I breed on a limited basis as my Maltese are more than just my
business, they are my pets . My puppies are raised with love and care. They are socialized with children and
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When taking you
new puppy home you will be given a list of instructions and suggestions on crating ,
bedding, socializing, and be given veterinarian information. You will be given food with
instructions on the type and how to feed your pet.
Maltese are a breed of strong genetics and are relatively
free of many of the serious diseases that can cause death. With good Veterinary care your
pet should grow and live a long healthy life.
Keep those ears clean. In dropped eared dogs you have
to keep them free of excess hair and wax. If pet starts shaking their head, leaning their
head to one side, scratching ears, or a dark smell secretion appears you should clean ears
well, check to see if red or swollen if so you should take pet to the Veterinarian.
Keep those nails cut short. A good time to trim
nails is just before a bath. Try not to cut the quic (pink part of nail). If this happens
use a styptic Powder to stop bleeding.
Puppies will be teething with most of their teeth coming in by the time
you bring your little bundle of joy home. Sometimes puppies retain their baby teeth,
especially the canines, so when you get your pet neutered/spayed have the Veterinarian
extract what is left over.
Some eye stain may occur during
this teething period. Do not be alarmed as some Maltese stain more then others, there are
ways to stop it. Excess tearing can be caused by a yeast infection, blocked tear ducts,
ear infections, genetics, irritation and allergies. Instructions are given when you pick
up your pet in case staining starts.