What to feed a Maltese Bichon?

Surely you are thinking about having or already have one of these cute little dogs and you are worried about which is the best food for Maltese. In this article we will help you decide on the right food for your dog.

The Maltese Bichon is one of the most popular and beloved breeds today. It is a small-sized dog with a smooth white coat and a cheerful, sociable, affectionate and playful character. Even so, it also stands out for being a quiet and very obedient dog. It is not surprising that this breed is a favorite among dog lovers because, in addition to having an exceptional character, they look like real stuffed animals.

We must take into account a series of special care for the breed, such as daily brushing and cleaning of the tear ducts, as they are prone to knots and the accumulation of eye-lashes and stains around the eyes. In addition, it is essential to know what to feed a Maltese Bichon, since a correct diet is essential for them to enjoy good health.

Feeding Maltese dogs

Bichons do not require a very specific diet beyond the general needs of any dog. However, it is true that they may have a sensitive stomach that does not tolerate all foods very well. The most important thing is to choose a high quality food, with an optimal combination of proteins, fats, carbohydrates and vitamins to provide a complete and balanced nutrition. In addition, due to its small size, energy and metabolism, it is advisable to offer small amounts several times a day.

Another very important point when choosing the food for your Maltese poodle is its age. The feeds are formulated to meet the nutritional needs of the different stages of a dog’s life: puppy, adult and senior. So, if your bichon is less than 10 months old, you should choose a puppy food that will help him grow and develop his muscles and bones properly. The same applies when he passes from the adult stage to the senior stage, around 9-10 years of age.

When choosing the type of food for the Maltese, it is always preferable to opt for dry food rather than wet food. Bichons tend to accumulate a lot of tartar and plaque, so the hardness of the kibble helps them to clean their teeth during chewing. You should not get them used to eating homemade food and you should avoid sausages, dairy products and chocolate, which are harmful to their health. In addition, also control the excess of snacks and treats to prevent obesity.

Best food for Bichon Maltese

For your dog to be with you for many years and to have an iron health, you must offer him the best food, the one that adapts to his needs. There are countless brands of dog food; the important thing is to take into account its composition and the quality of its ingredients to make the right choice.

The feed for the Maltese should be rich in meat and protein; a suitable percentage would be around 30% and 18%, respectively. Make sure that the brand you choose provides at least these amounts. It is also advisable that they are high in fiber to improve digestion and avoid constipation.

Maltese Pigeon Breed Breeders Feed

In Tiendanimal we have created a new line of feed for breeds from the hand of our star brand: Breeders. These are feeds formulated by veterinarians that offer each breed just what they need for optimal health. They are made with selected natural ingredients and a high content of fresh meat.

Key benefits of Criadores Maltese Bichon Maltese feed

  • High palatability: the Maltese Pigeon is characterized by its capricious appetite, therefore, we have incorporated natural appetizers such as hydrolyzed liver, to improve the palatability of the kibble and meet their needs.
  • Dental care: Small breeds are more prone to dental problems such as tartar build-up. This formula incorporates sodium hexametaphosphate (HMP) and peppermint, which help prevent the appearance of tartar and bad breath. Sodium hexametaphosphate acts as a tartar chelator, released into the oral cavity during chewing.
  • Coat and skin health: this breed stands out for its white and silky coat, so we must pay special attention to its care. With ingredients such as borage oil (rich in omega 3 and 6 fatty acids) and biotin, we help keep their skin and coat healthy.

Royal Canin Maltese Bichon

Royal Canin is one of the best choices of food for Maltese. It has a variety formulated specifically for the breed, which guarantees optimal nutrition adapted to their needs. A careful manufacturing process and a selection of the best raw materials guarantee the quality of the food. The Maltese pigeon feed is made with meat and rice as main ingredients; it also incorporates fish oil and borage oil, rich in essential fatty acids omega 3 and omega 6, and biotin for the care of the coat and skin of the pigeons.

If your dog is less than 2 months old, Royal Canin Starter Mini is a good food for Maltese after weaning. And from two months to 10 months, Royal Canin Puppy X-Small.

Natural feed

If you prefer to opt for natural food, with high percentages of fresh meat and without cereals, the Maltese food from Acana is a great option. Acana is a great option. They have a range for puppies, senior and small breeds, as well as a lot of flavors such as chicken, lamb, fish and red meat.

Orijen feed is also suitable for this breed. Like Acana, it uses fresh meat and a multitude of fruits, vegetables and legumes for a natural and very complete diet.

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