Cam mature maltese
They may get the chills, and they experience discomfort in hot weather. Dogs that do not get to go on daily walks are more likely to display behavior problems. Daily combing and brushing of the long coat is important but be gentle, as the coat is very soft.
They will also enjoy a good romp in a safe, open area off lead, such as a large, fenced-in yard. Clean the eyes daily to prevent staining, and clean the beard after meals for the same reason.
The body is compact, fine-boned, but sturdy and slightly longer than it is tall with a level topline. The skull is slightly rounded on the top with a moderate stop.
The medium length muzzle tapers, but not to a point.
These behaviors will go away when the dog is surrounded by stable pack leaders.
She is very alert in the home and will "sound the alarm" if she hears anything.
She loves to play with her canine roommates until they are exhausted and flop down beside each other.
She is such a joy and we have learned so much through this website about training her.""Lilly is a registered Maltese originally from Abbeville, GA.
Lilly lives in an apartment in Knoxville and is owned and loved by a full-time college student at the University of Tennessee Knoxville. She is very happy in the apartment lifestyle, but loves to run and play in open, grassy areas when she can.
The pendant, low-set ears are set close to the head and heavily feathered.