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Bichon Maltese

Bichon Maltese

The Bichon Maltese is a small breed of dog, usually weighing between 1.8 and 3.6 kg and measuring about 21 to 25 cm at the withers. He has a compact, muscular body, with a long, white, silky coat that falls straight without frizz or curls.

The Bichon Maltese's muzzle is elongated, with round, expressive dark eyes that give it a sweet, intelligent appearance. The ears are medium in size and fall naturally to the sides of the head.

The Bichon Maltese has a playful and affectionate personality, and is known to be an excellent companion. He is very loyal to his owners and enjoys spending time with them, whether it's playing or just snuggling up next to them.

The Bichon Maltese is also an intelligent dog that is easy to train. He is generally very obedient and responds well to his owner's commands. He also has a friendly and sociable nature and gets along well with other pets and children.

However, it is important to note that the Bichon Maltese needs special care when it comes to grooming due to its long, silky coat. It should be brushed regularly to avoid knots and tangles and washed and clipped regularly to maintain a clean, healthy coat.

Differences between Bichon Frize and Bichon Maltese:
The Bichon Frisé has a curly, curly coat, while the Bichon Maltais has a smooth, silky coat. The Bichon Frisé has a short, rounded muzzle, while the Bichon Maltais has a more elongated muzzle. The Bichon Frisé is generally larger than the Bichon Maltese. The Bichon Frisé measures on average between 23 and 30 cm at the withers and weighs between 3 and 6 kg, while the Bichon Maltese measures on average between 21 and 25 cm at the withers and generally weighs between 1.8 and 3.6 kg. The Bichon Frisé is often described as being a bit more independent and stubborn than the Bichon Maltese, which is generally more affectionate and attached to its owners.


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