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There are many theories as to where Maltese originated from and in which century.The fact remains that Maltese have been a
favourite with the ladies, the gents, the royalty and the rich and the famous ever since the very beginning.

Maltese are loving friendly and devoted to their masters with a lovely disposition and are ideal pets for apartment owners but also enjoy daily walks tremendously. Maltese love children but families with small children should opt for another more suitable breed. Maltese bones are very fragile and it is very easy for a small child to hurt them unwillingly and many accidents do occur. A professional breeder will refrain from placing a puppy into a home with small children.

Maltese get along with other dogs pretty well but will always want to be the leader of the pack, specially the females.

References have been made to black Maltese. Black Maltese do not exist. This is a breed referred to as a Maltepoo, and is a hybrid of the Maltese and a black Poodle. Should someone offer you a brown or black Maltese - it's a pavement special (Not that they aren't cute).

The biggest fashion trend in Australia is to interbreed Maltese with Shi-Tsu creating some very interesting design.

Occasionally it does happen that a Maltese puppy is born with one or both blue eyes, some owners panic, but under no circumstances does it mean that is cancerous or that the pup will be blind. It simply means, that sometime in the passed, an irresponsible breeder bred a dog with this deficiency. Breeders
will obviously not agree but it is very disappearing thst the original classic breed of Maltese is dissapearing off the face of the planet. Each and every Maltese of the old classic breed was an still is, an individua. Each one looked/looks different, had/has a different face, different coat structure and was/is of a different size. Today all Maltese seem to look exactly alike. Breeders seem to be competing and following modern
trends in order to breed Maltese very small in size with a very thin coat structure to minimize grooming time and which look very much alike. If ten Maltese are lined up next to each other,one gets the
impression that they are all cloned.

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