A Teacup Maltese
It is the Maltese Terrier breed that I recommend most for apartments. Its small size, its non-shedding feature, its ability to learn how to toilet very quickly are the features that brought it to this point. Of course, all of them are valid if they are purebred. It is the most ideal breed to be cared for for families who have never had a dog in their life and do not want to be under high responsibility.
Are Maltese friendly
They get along well with cats and dogs, as well as getting along very well even with dogs that are larger than themselves. This can be harmful to young children, as they love the game. They bark out to strangers, but it doesn’t take long for them to get used to them. It has a dome-like skull and round dark eyes with a halo around it. His nose is broad, black; They have low ears covered with white hairs. Some people’s noses turn pink in the water. In older dogs, this situation may be permanent. Its tail is on its back and it has small, rounded feet.
Best treats for Maltese
Further more a teacup Maltese is very portable and easy to as its always clean by nature. When training Maltese, encouraging language should be used instead of harsh words. They have a sensitive character. Maltese are not very suitable for home education.