The Maltese Dog is the dog that the British people are most likely to remember from the Second World War, and the first dogs that have been brought back from the brink of extinction.
In some ways, the dog has become an emblem of post-war Britain.
The dog was one of the dogs used to train British soldiers to fight in the war, and in some ways the dog remains a symbol of that era.
In the past two decades, a number of breeds have been bred to become more popular with the public.
The Maltesese is the most popular dog breed in Britain, with some estimates suggesting that 80% of the Maltese Dogs breed has been bred in the past 25 years.
This article explains the history of the dog and its role in British culture.
The origins of the breed Maltese can be traced back to the Middle East, where the dog was originally called the Shiba Inu.
In ancient times, the Shibas lived in close proximity to the Persian Gulf, and were considered a breed of fierce fighters who were often used to capture enemy armies.
After the defeat of the Mongols in the 13th century, the breed became associated with warlike and barbaric warfare.
Today, the Malteses are considered a peaceful breed, and there are more than 20 breeds of dogs, including the British Maltese, the German Maltese and the Irish Maltese.
The most popular breed today is the Staffordshire bull terrier.
The breed is a cross between the Great Staffordshire Bull Terrier and the American Staffordshire Terrier.
Both of these dogs were created by Charles and William Stafford.
Although the breed was popularized in the 1930s, it was not until the 1950s that the breed started gaining popularity.
In recent years, there has been a resurgence in popularity of the Stafford and American Stafford, which is a mix of the original breeds.
While the breeds have not always been in competition, both have gained popularity in recent years.
The dogs have become so popular that the owners of Maltese dogs are often the ones who make the final decisions about the breed.
In Britain, the British Kennel Club, which owns the Maltises, is the governing body for the breed and the owners are often responsible for maintaining the breed in the country.
The British Kennels website explains the origins of all the breeds.
There are a number breeds of dog in Britain that are considered by some to be the British breed of the year, but they are not necessarily the best-looking dog breeds.
This is because there are several breeds that are associated with British culture, and some of them are very well known to the British public.
These include the Maltais, the Welsh Bulldog, the English Bulldog and the Scottish Border Terrier, all of which are popular breeds.
The two Maltese breeds, the Stafford Bull Terriers and the English Staffordshire terriers, are the most well-known.
Although they are considered to be more British than the other breeds, they are often more popular among British people.
The first Maltese breed was created by the Maltishes in the early 1800s.
The owners of the new breed were British immigrants from Portugal, and many Maltese owners believed they were related to the Portuguese breed, which was also known as the Maltis.
In 1926, the family of the founder of the family decided to take the Maltas to the United States to be trained.
Although most of the owners were initially supportive, they gradually became more and more negative towards the Malties, and eventually the breed went from being popular to not very popular.
Today there are two breeds that remain popular in Britain.
One of these breeds is the Great Dane, a mix between the German Shepherd Dog and the Stafford Terrier that is popular in the United Kingdom.
The other is the Irish Bulldog.
In England, the Irish bulldog is considered to have a much more modern look than the Maltic breed, but it is still a well-recognized breed in England.
The Irish bull dog was created in 1857, and it is considered one of those breeds that has influenced British culture for decades.
In a country where dogs are not commonly seen, the dogs have gained a lot of attention.
The maltese was originally used as a mascot for the Maltish and Irish bulldogs.
The name “Maltese” is derived from the Malti, an Italian word meaning “dog.”
The Maltishes and the Maltinets are also popular breeds for children, who love to wear the Maltines as a badge.
The modern breed is based on the breed of breed called the Stafford, from the name of the bulldogs that were bred by Charles Stafford.
The breeds origins can be found in the Middle Ages.
The original Maltese was a breed that was not only bred to hunt but to be used as an instrument of warfare.
During the First World War in World War I, Maltese fighting dogs were sent to the front lines of the conflict.
The soldiers were trained to use their Malt