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The Maltese has a long history and has existed for at least 29 centuries. The exact origin of this breed causes a bit of a debate. They are thought to have descended from Spitz-type dogs, possibly from Sweden, but another possible ancestor is the Tibetan Terrier from Asia. Some believe that they were originally produced in Italy or Egypt, however, evidence shows that they became abundant on the Island of Malta, hence the name of the breed.
The Maltese is one of the most popular small dog breeds and is an intelligent house dog with a lively personality. They are usually very attached to their pet parent and are known for getting their own way, even with the people that have no intention of spoiling them. Socialisation is important for Maltese dogs and they love making new friends of all ages.
The coats of these long-haired pooches need a lot of attention but this attention will be repaid in cuddles (and compliments from others).