Try QUIET with a treat to get his attention. When he stops, immediately give the treat and praise him. Later on delay the time you give the treat after he stays quiet. Soon, he will be an active listener to commands. Maltese also bark due to separation anxiety when they are left alone. Owners can attempt to condition them by going out the door and closing it.
Open it in a few seconds and if they are calm, praise and reward them. Extend the time being out of visual range until they are conditioned to a longer absence. Training Maltese needs patience and also consistency. Don’t worry about upsetting them at first as they will adjust, just as long as praise and comfort is given.
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