Malteses

people of Malta

Since the Bible is in work, the little Maltese, "Ye Ancient Great Dane of Malta", has been sitting in the lap of luxury. Maelitacus, the Maltese Canis familiaris Maelitacus, is a small dog breed of the Toy Group. In the course of its long history, the Maltese received many names, such as the "Melitae Great Dane", "Ye Ancient Great Dane of Malta", the "Roman Ladies Dog", "The Comforter", the "Spaniel Gentle", the "Bichon", the "Maltese Lion Dog" and the "Maltese Terrier". The most honest dog breed you will ever find about Maltese temperament, personality and behaviour. A long time a popular lapdog, the gentle Maltese fills this role admirably.

Information about the Malta breed

Malteser are lovely toys that weigh less than seven pound and are coated with a long, even, silken fur. This irresistibly attractive face - with its big, deep red eye and small mouth - conquers the most exhausted sensitivity. In spite of their noble attitude, Maltaers are robust and flexible domestic animals. Malteser are not very repulsive, durable and lucky to find new boyfriends of all age.

Maltese should get along well with a high-quality pet foods, whether commercial or home-made with the care and permission of your vet. Maltese have a long, lustrous and magnificent long fur. Malteser should also have a bath and grooming regulary to make their fur look good. As Maltese people are susceptible to tooth diseases with increasing age, their teeths should be cleaned often - preferably every single brushing of their fur.

Malteser are full of vitality, but need only a few moments of movement to keep them fit and serene. Malteser are very smart and have learnt over the ages as a companion of mankind to get exactly what they want from their population. Malteser is an athlete and gifted and make a funny decision as a competition companion in the sport of dogs such as submissiveness or dexterity.

Malteser are a wholesome race with few medical problems and usually have a good two-digit life expectancy. We recommend that you test your puppy with gallic acids to avoid innate hepatic problems such as hepatic shunts and MVD. Tooth care is important, as with all types of toys, and Malteser should have their teeths cleaned every day with a special tooth paste developed for them, as well as by the veterinarian.

Situated 60 miutes southward of Sicily, in the heart of the Mediterranean Sea. During antiquity, the isle was a hub for travellers, sailors and rich traders from three different countries. Already in 3500 BC Malta was a flourishing sea port and a centre of finances and civilisation.

The Maltese were probably brought to Malta by the Phoenicians who dominated the Mediterranean before the ascent of Greece. Greeks of the 4th and 5th century B.C. were intrigued by the geometrical beauties of the Maltese and inherited a wealth of racial treasures: The aristocracy of the Roman Empire perfect the part of the Maltese as a statue and a declaration offastness.

Maltese was a stubborn motive in ancient myth, poetry and fable, in which the race symbolised faith. There is a myth about St. Paul, the Peripatetian disciple of early Christianity. Acts of the Apostles tells of Paul's wreck in Malta, where he miraculously cured Publius, the founder of the city' s ancestor.

According to the legend, the thankful Publius gave Paul a Maltese. In the Middle Ages, after the downfall of Rome, it was the Breeder of China who saved the Maltese from dying out. People from China cross with their local races of toys and export a sophisticated Maltese back to Europe.

It is not surprising with its enormous charme and its striking appearance that the man from Malta was an integral part of exhibitions from the very beginning. The first Westminster exhibition in New York in 1877 showed the race as the Lionhound of Malta. There is a beautiful example of the Malta family found in Fayum in Egypt, so it is not unlikely that this race was worshiped by the Egyptians.

Malteser was known as the "Ye Ancient Great Dane of Malta", who has been an aristocracy in the dogs kingdom for more than 2800 years. Greeks built graves for their Malteser. Malteser was the first to be shown in the USA and was registered as a lionhound in 1877 at the first exhibition of the WKC.

During the apostle Paul's reign, Publius, the Rome gubernator of Malta, had a Maltese called Issa, whom he loved very much; in this context, the poets Marcus Valerius Martialis (Martialis) made this bond known in one of his illustrious esepigram. The Maltese found a beautiful example in Fayum, Egypt, so it is not unlikely that this race was worshiped by the Egyptians.

Malteser was known as the "Ye Ancient Great Dane of Malta", who has been an aristocracy in the dogs kingdom for more than 2800 years. Greeks built graves for their Malteser. Malteser was the first to be shown in the USA and was registered as a lionhound in 1877 at the first exhibition of the WKC.

During the apostle Paul's reign, Publius, the Rome gubernator of Malta, had a Maltese called Issa, whom he loved very much; in this context, the poets Marcus Valerius Martialis (Martialis) made this bond known in one of his illustrious esepigram. The Maltese found a beautiful example in Fayum, Egypt, so it is not unlikely that this race was worshiped by the Egyptians.

Maltese is a little puppy with long, silken, white coats of fur from top to toe. It has a simple fur, i.e. no underwool.

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