Maltese ...

 

The Maltese has a long, silky coat that sheds little to no hair, making it a good choice for people prone to allergies. Brushing your Maltese is the single most important thing that you can do to keep the coat looking nice and mat free. You must brush at least every other day if you have your dog in full coat. When brushing continually mist the hair with a conditioner spray (for example, the conditioner used as a rinse after bathing). A tiny bit of coat oil may be added to the conditioner. The conditioning mist helps avoid breaking the coat.

You should check your Maltese ears on a weekly basis. This is especially important because your Maltese is a drop-eared dog with excessive hair in their ears. Regular ear checks are also important for Maltese that are bathed frequently. Some owners choose to have the hair trimmed to lower the grooming maintenance, and the hair on top of the head is often tied up to keep it out of the eyes.

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