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Do Maltese Shed? A Guide To Shedding & Grooming

Yes, Maltese shed but they are categorized as a low-shedding breed. This makes them ideal pets for those who prefer lesser hairs around their homes and on their clothes. This breed has a single coat, without an undercoat, that helps markedly reduce the amount of hair that is shed.

Maltichon: A Complete Guide To The Maltese Bichon Frise Mix

The Maltese Terrier and Bichon Frise mix, otherwise more commonly known as the Maltichon, is one of the most well-known mixed breed dogs. They are a gentle yet playful and affectionate dog breed that does well in pretty much any setting. The Maltichon also doesnโ€™t need that much exercise as well. However, just because these sweet and intelligent creatures are small and relatively low-maintenance, that doesnโ€™t mean that itโ€™s easy to take care of them.

Maltipoo: A Complete Guide To This Adorable Maltese Poodle Mix

A Maltipoo is a hybrid of the Maltese and Poodle dog breeds. These breeds typically have a wavy or curly coat that is soft and silky to the touch. They come in a variety of colors including white, cream, black, brown, silver, apricot, red, and more. Maltipoos are relatively low-shedding and are considered to be hypoallergenic.

Malchi: A Complete Guide To The Maltese Chihuahua Mix

First of all, it is worth noting that the Maltese Chihuahua, also known as the Malchi, is a small crossbreed dog resulting from the mixing of a Maltese and a Chihuahua parent. It is not a distinctive breed on its own, but its status as a mix breed is recognized by most canine clubs and registry.

Maltese Dog Lifespan: How Long Do They Live?

Maltese dogs are one of the longest-living breeds, with a life expectancy of 12 to 15 years. While this is good news for Maltese owners, it also means that they may have to deal with some health problems associated with old age. Some of the most common health problems seen in senior Maltese dogs include arthritis, heart disease, kidney disease, and cancer.

Teacup Maltese: Surprising Little Known Facts

Did you know that Malteses were originally bred for hunting rats on ships? Or that they are one of the oldest dog breeds in the world? These are just a few of the fascinating facts about Teacup Malteses. They may be small in size, but these dogs have big personalities!

Maltese Terrier: Fascinating & Little Known Facts

Maltese terriers are a crossbreed of the Maltese dog and any of the breeds in theย terrier group. That means their puppies are born with the affectionate temperament of the Maltese and the confidence of the terrier. Besides, they have the elegant coat of the Maltese spiced up with terrier colors.