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Old 04-25-2011, 05:13 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Do all Maltese make these weird noises?

My Maltese Pearl is 6 months old tomorrow, and I was just wondering yesterday if all Maltese dogs make the weird and funny noises that she makes..


For instance, when she yawns, it sounds like a very high-pitched "Wow!" It's so cute and funny!


Do all Maltese do this? Or is it just Pearl?


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Old 04-25-2011, 05:20 PM   #2 (permalink)
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My Abbey makes a cute little noise when she yawns. My Ava make cute little squeaky noises when I pick her up......I just love those little sounds...

Now the boys...Archie belches sometimes - that's a guy for ya...

Tinker just barks...
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Yeager is a big whiner, and he has a range of voices, sometimes it sounds like he's singing, sometimes it sounds like he's crying. He's a "talker" haha!
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Tiffany makes those same noises-- and she'll often yawn when she is trying to get our attention and wants to tell us something! It's very funny. She'll also sneeze as a way of communicating-- I know she wishes she could talk! Cozette is much quieter (other than when she is barking-- it's amazing how much noise a three pound dog can make!). Most of the time she just makes these little throat sounds to let me know she wants something. It's funny how different and full of personality our fluffs are.

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Milo makes loads of weird noises.
He does the "wow" one you're talking about when he yawns too!
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Oh, yes, same here...I love their little noises.
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Old 04-25-2011, 07:34 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Oh I just love the sweet noises they make, unlike the barking!!
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Ollie snorts!
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When he wants our attention, Tyler does the sneezy/snorty thing like crazy, which then makes his hair go forward over his eyes and we call it The Donald Comb-over, His yawns end with a sort of cat like sound mrrw sound and he chortles when he's happy - a little purr-y/growly sound (more purr then growl). I love them all.
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Cosy will move her lips as if she's trying to tell me something and then finally just make her squeaky noises or whine. She's goofy.
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