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Maltese Maniac Monthly - Stop Barking, Dry Skin and More
March 12, 2015
Maltese Maniac Monthly - March 2015
Hi,Spring is in the air! Or at least in the part of the world I'm at. Finally! I'm sooo ready to take my Maltese outside for long walks and out to the park. I bet you are too.
This Winter I've been working hard on something I could give to my fellow Maltese Maniacs. I decided to make a free 7 Day Maltese Dog Secrets course to reveal some of the best tips and tricks I've learned over the years with my two Maltese. It's packed full of information specifically for Maltese and their caretakers.
Question of the MonthMy Maltese barks constantly and sometimes for no apparent reason, why is she doing this and how can I stop it? - ADAM FRANKS
Yapping and barking can be a big problem with Maltese, but before you try to address this issue it's important to understand there are different types of barking, and they happen for different reasons. Along with body language, barking is a way for a dog to communicate. Barking can be used to communicate boredom, fear, frustration, or even excitement.
Learn more about how to stop excessive barking:
Great Doggy DealsTime to gear up for flea and tick season, refresh your Maltese dog's toys, and give back to some great organizations while doing some fun shopping. I've found some great Spring deals, but hurry they all expire on 3/15/2015, so get em quick!
All Natural Pet $10 off Flea and Tick
Maltese RemediesDoes your Maltese have dry, itchy skin sometimes? Here are a few remedies for immediate relief:
Finely ground oatmeal - Use baby oatmeal cereal or grind it yourself in a food processor. Stir the oatmeal into a bath of warm water and let your dog soak in it.
Allergy Itch Ease Spray - Safe, non-addictive, natural skin allergy remedy for pets Contains 100% homeopathic ingredients especially selected to temporarily relieve skin allergies
Get some Allergy Itch Ease Spray now!
Tips and TricksIf you stare at a shy or uncertain dog, this can make her nervous. Strong eye contact can be taken as a dominance challenge. This doesn't mean you can never look your dog in the eye, but if your Maltese starts acting submissive when you look at her for an extended time, this is probably the reason. Learn More Tips Here
Popular PagesIs your Maltese picky about his food? Many Maltese dogs have a hard time finding a food they like. Here are some tips from other Maltese Maniacs and what dog food worked for them.
If you want the convenience of a commercial dog food:
Most Maltese dog lovers recommend BLUE dog food
Try making your own homemade dog food
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