I have a very small trophy grade teacup Maltese that has never been out doors!
It is a she, and she is four years old. Female Maltese are considerably more exclusive and expensive than their male counterparts.Cute Maltese...how old is he? I was just wondering what you mean that he's never been outdoors. You mean literally never been outside or that you're raising him to be an indoor dog and he will never live outside? Just curious...
There are many toy breeds that command that extra status. When average dog owners see me parading around town with my teacup princess their faces turn green with envy. It may be sad to say, but I get my jollies from this type of reaction.Huh.........? I didn't know having a small white dog makes you superior? Oh, well, I guess now I do.....sheesh!
Honestly after I realized what I had done I didnt plan on writing here anymore other than thanking everyone for being nice. Sadly, I get an email every time someone writes back to me and when I see juvenile name calling going on I am forced to come back to defend myself. My apologies if I have said the wrong thing, but like I said, this is my first online forum so give me a chance.I just don't see how someone "accidentally" joins a Golden Retriever forum that clearly says it on the top of the page, as well as several Golden Retrievers, talks about how they don't take their dog outside unless its to a mall to feel "superior" and that they've "upgraded" to a Maltese.
Sounds to me like you're just trying to get a rise out of people, but what do I know ...
I used to own a golden retriever as a child before I upgraded to a Maltese.
I like to have a small, white dog in my arms to show my superiority.
There are many toy breeds that command that extra status. When average dog owners see me parading around town with my teacup princess their faces turn green with envy. It may be sad to say, but I get my jollies from this type of reaction.
Simply put; a Maltese is a status symbol similar to a Rolex or Mercedes Cabriolet. When people see me with my Maltese they assume I am rich. If I can spend over $1000 on a dog as well as $100's a month on upkeep and grooming I must be wealthy, right?