Buying Maltipoo supplies can be a simple process if you know where to shop, how much to spend, and what you are looking for. With so many supplies on the market it can often times be difficult to decide what is best for you, your dog, and your home. Fortunately, through research, personal experience, and speaking with hundreds of owners, we have compiled a list of must have items.
Top Maltipoo Supplies
In an emergency, you could bundle kitty into a pillow case to take him to the vet’s. I’ve never tried this, but my friend who volunteers for the Humane Society says it does work.However, you are much better off with a pet carrier, and this one is a good size for all but the largest of cats (I go up one size for my 30 lb. Maine Coon).
Another good feature of this particular carrier, is that you can take it apart at the vet’s if your cat refuses to come out. You might be surprised at how difficult it is to budge a cat who has all four feet braced against the inside of the carrier.
I recommend getting one Kennel Cab per pet just in case you have an emergency, such as a pending hurricane or fire, and have to move all of your animals at once. This model is easy to stack, and easy to clean.
The Midwest iCrate Folding Double Door Dog Crate offers long-range convenience and security for your dog. A traditional front door lets your dog enter and exit the crate easily, and a side door gives you full access.
This double-door wire dog crate folds suitcase-style for easy storage and is equipped with comfortable plastic handles for easy portability. An included divider panel will help keep your puppy comfortable as it grows and becomes trained. Rounded corners protect your pet, and slide-bolt latches on the door provide extra security.
Made of metal with a black electro-coat finish, this wire dog crate by Midwest Homes for Pets creates generous air circulation and uninterrupted views that plastic kennels cannot provide.
The Midwest Quiet Time Pet Beds are ideal for use in Crates, Carriers, Dog Houses and Vehicles.
Keeps pets cool in the summer and warm in the winter.
Quiet Times are available in 3 Colors/ Fabrics- Fleece, Cinnamon Plush Fur and Gray Plush Fur and seven sizes. Bed color conceals shedding. Completely machine washable.
Comfortable polyester filled bolsters and cushioned Poly/cotton base.
Best retractable leash !! – I have a 60 lb lab, who is a puller and has gone through about 5 leashes in 3 years. Her last leash was the medium Flexi retractable leash, which should be good for a dog up to 77 lbs.
Other retractable leashes similar to the medium flexi snapped after only a few months of use. We used the flexi leash for well over a year before it started to fray slightly on the side.
It is still very sturdy and we likely have months of use left in it (if not more), but I’ve gone ahead and replaced it with the large version for dogs up to 110 lbs.
I would suggest going up a size if you have a dog closer to the upper end of the weight limit who is a puller, but still recommend this leash over any other leash we’ve tried.
Love this Elevated Dog Feeder for my Little Maltipoo ! This sure is a great little feeder! The bowls are stainless steel and each hold One Pint. Stamped as one pint on the bottom of each bowl.
The bowls fit nicely into the molded black frame and are easily removable. It is very easy to keep clean and easy to take the bowls out for cleaning or adding pet food or to freshen water.
It is has rubber type caps that fit over the legs so it will stay put on our tile type flooring. Works great!I measured it at 13″ wide, about 8″ deep and 4″ high.My pup is 6 months old and is short legged and this fits him just perfect. He use to have to stretch his neck way down to the floor to get to the bottom of the old bowl.
He also use to take some of his dry kibble out of the old bowl and eat it off the floor. Not any more!!! He just stands there and gobbles his food down from this elevated feeder. Very Happy with this set! It should last for my little dog since he is just about as big as he will get now.