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CARING FOR YOUR TEACUP MALTESE PUPPY

Teacup Maltese teeth - Teeth of Teacup Maltese toy dogs are often a problem. Some dogs and teacups retain their baby teeth too long, particularly the canine teeth. In this case, duplicate sets of teeth may be seen at the age of about 6 mos. Retained baby teeth can cause malocclusion, since they prevent adult teeth from growing into their proper position. These baby teeth should be removed by a veterinarian.

You should also clean your Teacup Maltese puppy's teeth on a regular basis.   I recommend three times per week.  Gum (or periodontal) disease is one of the most common problems causing formation of tartar bad breath, receded gums, loose or infected teeth and their eventual loss.

Teacup Maltese Ears - In drop-eared breeds such as Teacup Maltese, the ears should be kept clean and free of excess hair and debris. Your Teacup Maltese will alert you to problems by scratching or shaking his head and the ears will have a dark, smelly secretion. At this point, veterinarian care is advised.

Teacup Maltese and their nail care- Toe nails should be kept short. A good time to trim toe nails is after a bath while the Teacup Maltese puppy  is still wet as the quick is easier to see. Try to get the puppy used to this process from the start.   This will make it easier as the puppy matures.  

Grooming your Teacup Maltese Puppy- Grooming the Teacup  Maltese coat is a particular concern of every prospective owner. The Maltese coat is not difficult to care for if you do a daily once-over with a pin brush or steel-tooth comb to remove any mats that may be forming. If you neglect the coat for any length of time and allow mats to build up, a grooming session to remove them will be a miserable experience for you as well as your Maltese.

You should brush your Maltese puppy's hair daily.  You can dilute some coat conditioner with water and lightly spray the coat as you brush to keep from breaking the hair and cut down static. Keep hair out of the eyes by either putting the hair in a single or double topknot, or keeping it trimmed over the eyes. The coat should be thoroughly brushed, with all mats removed, before bathing. For bathing, use a good quality shampoo designed for white dogs and a conditioner for long-haired breeds. After bathing, wrap the dog in a towel to remove excess water; then proceed to blow dry the coat, brushing the hair as it dries. Be sure your dryer is not too hot! Don't let your Maltese "air dry" - his coat will not look its best.

All Maltese would look best in their long, flowing coat of white hair, but as a pet owner, you may not be willing or have the time to spend keeping the hair clean, brushed and mat free. You do have other options such as a short cut which can be done periodically by a groomer.   You can ask your groomer to give your Teacup Maltese puppy - a "puppy cut".   They look really cute.  Ensure that you have a good groomer that can do a good job.