Should I take a Maltese or Yorkshire Terrier?
I'm a student and I need an affectionate dog. Should I get a Maltese or a Yorkshire Terrier?
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a yorkshire or maybe a maltese i depends on where u procure it but i would say an adopted animal because they need love to i found both at my shelter
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Both breeds require a lot of grooming, other wise knot tend to form and the fur becomes mattered. Leaving it to come to this stage is absolutely horrible and an even bigger career to get out. The Maltese has white fur and around the eyes, dogs tend to get tears stains. However, you don't interest it much on dog with the darker fur. The Maltese being white, finances they are easily seen and the markings are usually vanished behind.
Terriers are diggers and real barkers. Again which ever one you choose you will get this trait contained by both. Not all dogs bark though and then again not adjectives dogs want to play. You will find a Maltese to be less playful than a Yokie. You will find the Yorkie to be the better watch dog but then you will also find they are strong to house break and that yes, they do become aggressive to small and unfamiliar dogs.
Both breeds live to be about the same age, the Maltese possibly high though. All breeds get medical problems that are just apart of who they are. It is quite adjectives for a Maltese to get skin conditions due to white fur. While it is quite common for Yorkies to take early tooth decay.
As you can see they are both very similar to respectively other. I would suggest that you adopt a Maltese out of shelter. They tend to be gentle, loving, trusting and devoted to their master. They are very intelligent and feeling like to learn, still, they are the better choice if another dog lives in the household. Research is a must so here is a great site..