What is a Maltese puppy?

A Maltese puppy is a small breed of dog that originated in the Mediterranean island nation of Malta.

Maltese puppies are known for their long, silky, white hair that requires regular grooming.

They are a toy breed, typically weighing between 4-7 pounds when fully grown.

Maltese puppies are popular as lap dogs and companions due to their friendly and affectionate nature.

They are intelligent dogs and can be trained for obedience and agility.

Maltese puppies are adaptable to different living situations, including small apartments, as long as they get enough exercise and attention.

They have a lifespan of 12-15 years and are generally healthy dogs, although they may be prone to certain health issues such as dental problems and eye infections.

Maltese dogs are the perfect choice for people with allergies.

 Their hypoallergenic coats mean that they shed very little, resulting in less mess and dander around the house.

They are social dogs and thrive on human interaction, but can also get along with other pets if properly socialized.

Maltese puppies have a playful and curious personality, making them a popular choice for families with children.