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What do we need to pay attention to in the process of feeding the Maltese?

I believe that in the process of raising Maltese pets, the most concerning thing should be the health of dogs. Of course, the general health of a dog can be shown by its usual behavior and mental state. Therefore, in the process of daily feeding, the owner must pay more attention to his dog’s mental state, and often observe whether the dog’s urine and stool have something different, or how its appetite is.

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1. Barking of Maltese

Some pet owners think that the Maltese are a barking dog because, in the process of raising, it always likes barking in daily life, but sometimes it barks for a reason. For example, when a dog gets home on the first day and just enters a strange environment, the Maltese will inevitably have no sense of security, and affected by this emotion, it will start barking. They hope that through this way to ease their inner fear, parents can gently touch the dog’s head, to ease its tension.
If it is no reason for no reason to bark, parents at this time had better stop it, this time must look serious. Once it does this, stop it and let it know that it is not right.

2. Mental status of Maltese

The character of the Maltese dog is very lively, and it always looks energetic. If you find that the mental state of the Maltese dog is always depressed, and it does not like sports and looks very weak, then parents must pay attention to it. It is very likely that the Maltese dog is ill.

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3. Diet condition of Maltese dogs

If the Maltese dog has no appetite for ordinary dog food or favorite snacks, then its health condition will have problems. The main feeding agent should take the dog to the pet hospital in time to check whether the dog has gastrointestinal diseases.

We should pay more attention to the quality of the meal we gave the Maltese. All food should be cooked in a small amount of water, then cut into small pieces, and then add the same amount of dry vegetables or biscuits, without sugar or salt, and fully mixed with water. Then we give the Maltese two times in the morning and evening and provide some fresh drinking water. When feeding food, we should feed according to the dog’s specific situation. If we supply too much food, it becomes fat, dull, and loses the advantages of liveliness and flexibility. In life, we should not let the Maltese be arrogant or indulgent. Otherwise, the Maltese will develop the bad habit of disobeying the master’s command. When Maltese dogs eat rotten fish, meat, yogurt, and other foods, the spoilage food contains a large number of Proteus, Staphylococcus toxin, Salmonella enterotoxin, and Clostridium botulinum toxin, which will cause poisoning to dogs. Therefore, owners must pay attention not to let dogs eat poisonous food when feeding them.