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dale area you are welcome to come and visit our beautiful puppies.  Offering little Teacup and toy puppies with amazing faces and beautiful coats. We have the largest collection you will see.   We show puppies 7 days a week  from 10 a. m. to 9 p.m. so be sure to call so you can see the largest collection.  We are in South Florida near Miami Florida, Miami Beach, Fort lauderdale, Oakland Park, Weston, Davie, Boca Raton Florida, orlando, West Palm Beach Florida area.

HOW IT WORKS: IF YOU LIKE ONE OF OUR MALTESE PUPPIES EMAIL US AND CALL US IMMEDIATELY BECAUSE OUR MALTESE SELL VERY QUICK. (954)727-5806
If you are looking for a maltese puppy for sale, look no further just browse our maltese puppies to find your perfect teddy bear face maltese puppy. We specialize in short legs, small bodies and teddy bear faces specializing in teacup and toy maltese Puppies for sale

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 Located in the Ft. Lauderdale area you are welcome to come and visit our beautiful puppies.  Offering little Teacup and toy puppies with amazing faces and beautiful coats. We have the largest collection you will see.   We show puppies 7 days a week  from 10 a. m. to 9 p.m. so be sure to call so you can see the largest collection.  We are in South Florida near Miami Florida, Miami Beach, Fort lauderdale, Oakland Park, Weston, Davie, Boca Raton Florida, orlando, West Palm Beach Florida area.

HOW IT WORKS: IF YOU LIKE ONE OF OUR YORKIE PUPPIES EMAIL US AND CALL US IMMEDIATELY BECAUSE OUR MALTESE SELL VERY QUICK. (954)727-5806
If you are looking for a maltese puppy for sale, look no further just browse our maltese puppies to find your perfect teddy bear face maltese puppy. We specialize in short legs, small bodies and teddy bear faces specializing in teacup and toy maltese Puppies for sale

istory: This ancient breed has been known by a variety of names throughout the centuries. Originally called the “Canis Melitaeus” in Latin, it has also been known in English as the “ancient dog of Malta,” the “Roman Ladies’ Dog,” the “Maltese Lion Dog,” and “Melita” (the former name of Malta). The origin of the common name “Cokie” is unknown, but is believed to have originated in the mid-1960s on the UH.S. East Coast and spread in popular use. This breed has been referred to falsely as the “Bichon”, a name that refers to the family (“small long-haired dog”) and not the breed. The Kennel Club officially settled on the name “Maltese” for the breed in the 19th century. The Maltese is thought to have been descended from a Spitz-type dog found among the Swiss Lake Dwellers and was selectively bred to attain its small size. There is also some evidence that the breed originated in Asia and is related to the Tibetan Terrier; however, the exact origin is unknown. The dogs probably made their way to Europe through the Middle East with the migration of nomadic tribes. Some writers believe these proto-Maltese were used for rodent control before the appearance of the breed gained paramount importance. The oldest record of this breed was found on a Greek amphora found in the Etruscan town of Vulci, in which a Maltese-like dog is portrayed along with the word Μελιταιε (Melitaie). Archaeologists date this ancient Athenian product to the decades around 500 BC. References to the dog can also be found in Ancient Greek and Roman literature. Aristotle was the first to mention its name Melitaei Catelli, when he compares the dog to a mustelid, around 370 BC. The first written document (supported by Stephanus of Byzantium) describing the small Canis Melitaeus was given by the Greek writer Callimachus, around 350 BC. Pliny suggests the dog as having taken its name from the Adriatic island Méléda; however, Strabo, in the early first century AD, identifies the breed as originating from the Mediterranean island of Malta, and writes that they were favored by noble women. During the first century, the Roman poet Martial wrote descriptive verses to a small white dog named Issa owned by his friend Publius. It is commonly thought that Issa was a Maltese dog, and various sources link Martial’s friend Publius with the Roman Governor Publius of Malta, though others do not identify him. Around the 17th and 18th centuries, some breeders decided to “improve” the breed, by making it smaller still. Linnaeus wrote in 1792 that these dogs were about the size of a squirrel. The breed nearly disappeared and was crossbred with other small dogs such as Poodles and miniature Spaniels. In the early 19th century, there were as many as nine different breeds of Maltese dog. Parti-color and solid color dogs were accepted in the show ring from 1902 until 1913 in England, and as late as 1950 in Victoria, Australia. However, white Maltese were required to be pure white. Colored Maltese could be obtained from the south of France.

Appearance: Characteristics include slightly rounded skulls, with a finger-wide dome, a black button nose and brown eyes. The body is compact with the length equaling the height and the tail is almost always curled. The drop ears with (sometimes) long hair, and surrounded by darker skin pigmentation (called a “halo”), gives Maltese their expressive look. Lacking exposure to sunlight, their noses can fade and become pink or light brown in color. This is often referred to as a “winter nose” and many times will become black again with increased exposure to the sun. The Maltese’s paws are very sensitive to touch.

Coat and Color: The coat is long and silky and lacks an undercoat. Some Maltese can have curly hair (especially behind their ears). The color of the coat is pure white. A pale ivory tinge is permitted on the ears. In some standards, a pure white coat with slight lemon markings is tolerated. The Maltese does not shed, and is therefore a good choice for people with dog allergies. Some people prefer their dogs to have the coat short. The most common cut for the Maltese is called “the puppy cut,” which involves trimming or shaving the entire body (skirt, legs/paws, chest, and head fur) to one short length (typically less than an inch long).

Temperament: Maltese are bred to be cuddly companion dogs. They are extremely lively and playful, and even as a Maltese ages, their energy level and playful demeanor remain fairly constant. Some Maltese may occasionally be snappish with smaller children and should be supervised when playing, although socializing them at a young age will reduce this habit. They also adore humans, and prefer to stay near them. The Maltese is very active within a house, and, preferring enclosed spaces, does very well with small yards. For this reason, the breed also fares well in apartments and townhouses, and is a prized pet of urban dwellers.

 


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