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Treating Your Teacup Maltese Puppy  Right

 

Teacup Maltese Puppy  owners have always liked to show their animal family a little extra love with the occasional treat, but modern treats have gone way beyond slipping Rover a little turkey under the kitchen table. These days Teacup Maltese Puppy  owners can visit Teacup Maltese Puppy  bakeries, buy frozen dog desserts at the grocery store, or make homemade treats from a Teacup Maltese Puppy  treat cookbook. With all these options, how do you know the right thing to feed your Teacup Maltese Puppy ?

The good side of treats
There's nothing wrong with feeding your Teacup Maltese Puppy  the occasional treat. Small amounts of tasty food can be great motivators if you're trying to train your Teacup Maltese Puppy , or rewards to positively reinforce good behavior. These kinds of rewards can increase the bond between Teacup Maltese Puppy s and owners, and some treats can even help your Teacup Maltese Puppy  stay healthy. Best of all, it can be a lot of fun watching your Teacup Maltese Puppy  savor a treat she really loves.

Treats can cause a few problems, however, if they aren't given carefully.

Count those calories
One of the most dangerous problems overindulgence in treats can cause is obesity. It's a growing problem for Teacup Maltese Puppy s nearly half of all the Teacup Maltese Puppy s in the United States are overweight. Obesity can contribute to a wide range of health problems, from arthritis to diabetes and heart disease.

Treats can be a hidden cause of weight gain, because you may not realize quite how many you give your Teacup Maltese Puppy  throughout the day. And some treats, because of the extra fat and sugar that make them so desirable to your furry friend, can be jam-packed with calories. Large biscuits can contain well over 100 calories each, for example. It's hard to estimate how many calories Teacup Maltese Puppy s use, because calorie use varies a lot based on animals' sizes and activity levels. For the sake of example, however, we can imagine that an average 20-pound dog burns about 700 calories per day. Just a few large treats and a leftover burger from the family barbecue could supply enough calories for that dog for a whole day, before she even gets to her regular food. So be aware that some snacks are packed with calories, and stick with low-cal treats or avoid treats altogether if your Teacup Maltese Puppy  is overweight.

Stay away from scraps
Much as your cat or pup loves to lurk under the table during dinner, hoping for a few spilled crumbs, you should resist the urge to let her sample your table scraps. Leftover scraps from human food tend to be high in calories and fat but low in vitamins and other nutrients, and they can easily upset your Teacup Maltese Puppy 's stomach. Not to mention that your pooch could get used to the tastier food form the human table, and become picky, refusing his usual diet. Also, a Teacup Maltese Puppy  that gets all the table food she wants is a lot like a five-year-old that fills up on ice cream before dinner. All the empty calories of table snacks can sate her hunger before she gets to her own, nutritionally balanced food, and she can miss out on some of the nutrients she needs to stay healthy.

Besides, if you feed your Teacup Maltese Puppy  from your plate even a few times, you'll most likely end up with a Teacup Maltese Puppy  that begs constantly at the table, even when you have guests visiting. For the sake of your Teacup Maltese Puppy 's health and your own sanity, make it a house policy to never share table scraps. It might be best to leave your Teacup Maltese Puppy  in a different room while you eat, so that no one in the family will be tempted.

Tips for treats
So how do you choose the right thing when you want to treat your Teacup Maltese Puppy ?

  • First off, buy treats made specifically for your kind of Teacup Maltese Puppy . Most Teacup Maltese Puppy  stores now offer treats formulated for all kinds of animals from kittens to cockatiels to ferrets. These treats are designed to taste good to your Teacup Maltese Puppy  without upsetting her stomach or throwing her diet out of whack.
  • If your Teacup Maltese Puppy  eats at scheduled meal times, don't let her fill up on treats before meals.
  • Try giving your Teacup Maltese Puppy  treats that benefit her health. Teacup Maltese Puppy  stores now offer dental treats that clean teeth; cat treats that prevent hairballs; treats with added vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants; and more.
  • If you're longing to let your dog sample a little human food but don't want to expand her waistline, you can try giving her a few fresh vegetables. Dogs often love veggies like carrots, broccoli, and green beans, which are low in calories and high in vitamins and healthy fiber. You'll have to use some care, however some produce that people love can be harmful to dogs. Onions can cause anemia, for example, and grapes and raisins can be toxic. Don't feed your dog any new or unusual veggies without consulting with your veterinarian.
  • Fresh veggies can also make good snacks for pocket Teacup Maltese Puppy s like gerbils, hamsters, and guinea pigs.
  • When you give your Teacup Maltese Puppy  treats, add up the number of calories in the treats, then subtract that from the number of calories she gets from her regular food for that day.
  • In general, don't let treats make up more than 10 percent of your Teacup Maltese Puppy 's diet.

As for the gourmet yummies that are now available, use your best judgment when deciding what to give your Teacup Maltese Puppy .