Do Malchis Like To Be Held?
Malchis are just like their parent breeds – filled with a remarkable amount of energy and always loving to be the center of attention, so yes Malchis like to be held.
In fact, not holding them enough or giving them as much attention as they require may lead to a case of separation anxiety from the onset.
Do Malchis Love their Owners?
Absolutely. Malchis are full of heart, and don’t just like to be loved, but are also very capable of loving their owners to the fullest. This, of course, makes them remarkable companion dogs which anybody will be lucky to have.
They also love to cuddle, a lot, and, as mentioned earlier, they don’t require much exercise and feeding.
Do Malchis Bark A Lot?
Malchis are generally loud dogs – another feat derived from their parent breeds. They tend to bark at visitors and other animals, believing themselves to be quite larger than they are.
With the help of early socialization training, however, this tendency can be considerably reduced. Regardless, they still remain absolutely caring and loving creatures underneath their loud exterior.
Do They Get Along With Other Pets?
Not necessarily. Again, this is all down to whether or not you train your Malchi early to be comfortable with constant socialization.
Naturally, though, they tend to get provoked by other animals easily and this, along with their tendency to bark, make them suited to life without other animals around.
How Many Hours Can a Malchi Be Left Alone?
Depending on their age, a Malchi can be left alone for as long as two hours before the age of six months, and eight hours maximum afterwards. It is always good to commence crate training before leaving your Malchi alone.