Archive for the ‘Breeds’ Category
Today we present the Bichon Maltese dog, which looks like porcelain with the naked eye, very intelligent, intuitive and seems to be part of the aristocracy. It is the ideal partner, small, sweet and obedient to its owner. They are usually nervous dogs need toys to bite and like most, are very fast, beautiful and strong hair.
Their average weight is 140gr at birth and in adulthood between 2kg and 3kg. The head is of medium length and in proportion to its body, its ears are on top of the head but hang down and are covered with a generous amount of hair. His eyes are dark and round like the nose, which is very thin and narrow at the end. The neck is long enough so that seems to have his head high. The Bichon Maltese is compact and level back.
One of the hallmarks of this breed is the layer of “silk” smooth white covering her from the top of the head to foot, falling on both sides of his body literally to the ground, along with a long tail that leads gracefully into her back.
When we are thinking about buying a puppy Bichon Maltese, we must ensure that a puppy is friendly and outgoing personality, who has straight hair, looks soft, fragile, across a whole is pure white and is well pigmented.
Puppies are growing very rapidly and normally reach their maximum size around eight months into adults. The only drawback that I can bring to this race, is the care of their hair as a puppy over to adult we had to get used to daily brushing her hair to be born strong, avoid dirt and uncomfortable knots for that long hair can look so fabulous.
Today it is very common in every household families have at least one pet. Among the animals that choose to stand out more dogs and cats, the latter being preferred by those who live in small houses or apartments where space is not superfluous. One of the main points by which people choose cats as their companions in life is for hygiene.
The cat does not require an external care too deeply, as it washes himself and retains much of the day without leaving home or the place where it is. If we must speak of a particular race, we must mention the Siamese cats, which are characterized by highly stylized physical presence and deep look.
The origin of the Siamese cat
The name of this animal comes from its place of origin. The Siamese cat is a pet typical of the Old Kingdom of Siam, a territory that is now officially known as Thailand. This type of cat could be seen only in Southeast Asia, and made the landing on the continents of America and Europe not until the late nineteenth century.
At first it was a rarity to have a cat like this, and with the passage of decades has become a pet like any other. Today it is very common to see Siamese cats in homes as pets are noted for their tranquility and to present a very high level of independence. Read the rest of this entry »