aww catherine , that is great that you are doing research , ur gonna be a great mommy ! so tell me when are u getting ur fluff?
I'll let others fill you in on the bayou bowls, as I just use the standard stainless steel bowl for my babies. As for the battery-operated toy, I would no leave it with your malt unless you are there to supervise. My Jack is a destroyer of all stuffed toys and digesting the inside foam, etc. is very dangerous. I'd be especially wary of the battery and such. You'd be amazed how much they can chew on in a short amount of time.Hello everyone,
I also bought him one of those heartbeat sounding little dogs by snugglepuppies to hopefully ease the transition and seperation anxiety but was a bit concerned about him being able to chew the doggy apart and get to the battery-operated heart. I asked the clerk about this and she said she "wouldn't worry about it" hmmmmm - don't know if that's good enough for me so WHAT DO YOU ALL THINK? I'm going to google it now and see if I could find out more.
are you referring to this one? MaltAngels Maltese Custom Made Water BowlsWe ordered dry face water bowls from Maltaangel.com. Theirs are very simple, inexpensive (comparitively, I mean), and hold 10 oz. Currently I use a dish that has water on one side and food on the other, but only til my new waterbowl arrives.
that's a great idea actually thanks for sharingyeagerbum,the waterbowls are a flat $10 S&H and insurance whether you order 1 waterbowl or 4. I am ordering one qwith a friend to make it even a better value. Even with the shipping, it's cheaper than the fancy ones. But not as pretty, you're right.
I just ordered one. I don't care that they're not as pretty so long as my pup can reach and take a drink w/o it being a big project for him...and stay dry. I also like the fact that it hold a bit more water. I think I'll try this one and if I need to, a regular water bowl for a while. If I find a big enough water bottle that has a good "non hamster" flow then I'd be interested in trying that out too but so far I haven't found any at the pet store.We ordered dry face water bowls from Maltaangel.com. Theirs are very simple, inexpensive (comparitively, I mean), and hold 10 oz. Currently I use a dish that has water on one side and food on the other, but only til my new waterbowl arrives.