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Adult Maltese Puppy Health From One to Eight Years

Adult Maltese Puppy Health: Preventive health. Even if your Maltese Puppy appears fit, see your veterinarian once a year for a checkup. "Most health problems are more readily and less expensively addressed if you catch them early.

Adult Maltese Puppy Health: Flea, tick and heartworm medicines. Continue to use the preventive medicines. Talk to your veterinarian if you've moved or if your lifestyle has changed to make sure you are using the products best suited for your Maltese Puppy.

Adult Maltese Puppy Health: Diet. Your pet needs the right food for optimal health. Check with your vet about adjusting the type and amount of food that your Maltese Puppy eats.

Adult Maltese  Health: Dental health. If you haven't done so already, get in the habit of cleaning your Maltese Puppy's teeth daily. "Animals who get gingivitis or inflammation of the gums can end up with problems of the kidneys and the heart," Murray explains. Get your Maltese Puppy accustomed to having your fingers and hands around her mouth. At the pet store, you'll find Maltese Puppy toothbrushes and finger brushes as well as Maltese Puppy toothpaste.

Adult Maltese Puppy Health: Weight gain/loss. When your Maltese Puppy steps on the scale at her annual visit, weight gain (rather than loss) is more likely to be the problem. Meals are usually not the culprit. It's what she gets in between, like biscuits and human food. "It all adds up," Murray says. As your pet gets older, she becomes less active, which can contribute to weight gain and a host of problems (diabetes, arthritis and trouble breathing, for instance). But there's another reason to keep an eye on the scale: Weight loss may signal an underlying health problem.