The Maltese puppy in this video plays fetch all by himself. He throws the bon up in the air, then hops to fetch it. Such a delightful person. And affectionate too. Maltese is adored for his expressive eyes and cute face, just like the one in this video.
If you are charmed by this bright and playful Toy breed, here are some things to think about before you bring one home. Michele Welton on Your Pure Bred Puppy shares that Maltese don’t shed much. This is good news for those who are allergic to dogs. But spend some time first around Maltese if this is your main reason for getting one. Shedding little does not mean hypoallergenic.
What is a Maltese like?
Maltese is a Toy breed. Even though they get along with everyone, they are best not matched with families with very young children. It’s very easy for a young child to flop down on a bed without checking first if the Maltese is lying under the blanket. And if the Maltese decides to jump down from your arms or from the back of a sofa, that can injure him seriously.
Maltese needs your company
They don’t like to be left alone for more than a few hours at a time. And if they do, they can bark a lot or chew on things you don’t want them to chew on. If you are away from home a lot, the people loving Maltese may not be the best choice.
And if you have a fenced yard, you have to make sure that the little Maltese cannot wiggle through the fence and escape. This breed also tends to alert you to every new sight and sound. It’s wise to train them as early as possible to stop barking immediately when you ask them to. If you live in a noise-restricted building, and you are away from home, this is something to consider before bringing home a Maltese.
You can read the article here. Enjoy watching this fun loving Maltese pup entertain himself. The image may look like he’s sticking out his tongue at us. But it was just the camera capturing the exact second his tongue was hanging out. If you like this video, you may also enjoy watching this sleepy Maltese.
Article source: Michelle Welton in Your Pure Bred Puppy