This little pup is so adorable. It is guaranteed to melt your heart with a single head tilt! Maltipoos are small pups and are incredibly cute and affectionate. These pups are a cross between a Maltese and a Toy or Miniature Poodle, which means these pups will stay relatively tiny throughout their lifetime. While Maltipoos are incredibly affectionate and playful, they also tend to be a bit anxious.
Maltipoos can get very easily startled, and they’ll be running off before they give your any chance to calm them down. Because of this reason, it is better to get a harness for your dog than a traditional collar since the latter may result in a neck injury due to their small size and the speed at which they try to run away when they are scared. We have compiled a list of best harnesses as well as collars for you Maltipoo so that your pup can stay calm, happy, and protected!
This harness is the best overall option out there for a Maltipoo. It features a customizable fit, which means it can make for a snug fit even on a very small Maltipoo. The harness offers quite a bit of protection, making sure your Maltipoo stays protected from any neck, throat, or shoulder injuries when trying to escape off the leash after getting startled. This harness is perfect for nighttime or early morning walks thanks to the reflective strips that it features, which guarantee maximum visibility and ensure that your little Maltipoo does not get lost. In addition to this, it is made of a very durable and lightweight polyester mesh, which ensures your Maltipoo stays comfortable in the harness and its movements are not impeded.
Maltipoos are very tiny, which means a heavy harness will be too much for these small pups to handle. For this reason, the Frisco vest made of soft and lightweight material is ideal for your Maltipoo. It features a step-in design which means you won’t have to spend too much time getting skittish little Maltipoo into the harness. In addition to this, this vest also features a reflective design, so you can always see your Maltipoo even when it is dark out.
This harness is very easy to put on your Maltipoo since it features a simple slip-on design with buckles to help adjust the size to fit your Maltipoo perfectly. Maltipoos are very small, and they need a harness that will keep them protected while also being lightweight, and for this reason, this harness is perfect. It is constructed with 100% polyester and features air-mesh padding to ensure maximum comfort for your Maltipoo. This harness is also available in multiple designs, so you can stroll with your little pup in style.
Maltipoos are quite anxious pups, and this harness is designed in a way to make your Maltipoo feel safe and secure because of the way it gently tightens around the pup’s body. It is made up of soft and lightweight material that is breathable and allows for sufficient airflow in warmer weather to keep your dog cool. It is also weather-resistant and dries very quickly. It is a step-in harness which means it is easy to put on your dog and take off as well.
This is a front harness designed especially for smaller dogs like Maltipoos. A front harness allows your dog to walk on a leash without pulling, and this harness is designed in an atypical way that helps move the dog without applying too much pressure, which may hurt the delicate Maltipoo. These dogs have very fragile joints, and it is important to be mindful of this fact when buying a harness. The Halti Harness is a great way to train your dog to walk without pulling.
This one is for the Maltipoo that wants to make a fashion statement and stand out from the crowd of basic pooches in the dog park. It features a fun nautical design with a pop of red on the outer trim. While it is definitely good-looking, it is quite functional as well. The harness distributes pressure evenly over the pup’s body so that if the Maltipoo pulls on the leash, no painful pressure is applied through the corrective mechanism. This harness can also be machine washed and dries rather quickly.
This is the best option out there for a Maltipoo puppy, which can be very small. Not only is this harness functional with an adjustable design and ample protection, but it also features LED lights that can be recharged using a USB. The lights guarantee maximum visibility for your Maltipoo, and you can rest assured that your little pup will always catch your eye if it tries to wander off.
These are for the fashionable Maltipoos out there that want something to go with their good looks and joyful personality. These collars are customizable, so you can get your pup’s name and your number engraved onto the collar for identification purposes. It is made from good quality leather which is soft and durable, and it is available in three different sizes and a variety of bright colors.
This one is for the real fancy Maltipoos out there. Made up of genuine sheepskin leather and featuring gorgeous solid brass buckles, this collar will make your Maltipoo look like the royalty they truly are. The leather is soft and durable, and you can rest assured this collar will last a long time.
Make your little Maltipoo look like an absolute style icon in this hand-stitched bowtie collar. It features an adjustable design so that you can get a custom fit for your Maltipoo, as well as stainless steel buckles that are highly durable and tough.
It is very important to keep in mind the size of your Maltipoo when getting a harness or a collar. A Maltipoo will not grow too big, so you don’t have to worry about getting a new collar every few months for your growing pup. On average, a Maltipoo will grow to be only about 14 inches tall. However, it is still important to measure your Maltipoo before committing to any collar or harness. Also, make sure you don’t spend too much on a puppy collar or harness, since chances are your Maltipoo will outgrow it rather soon, and you’ll have to buy a replacement. Never get a collar that is too small or too large. If a collar is too small, you run the risk of choking or suffocating your Maltipoo, and if it is too large, it may get easily caught.
While Maltipoos aren’t exactly the most energetic dogs, they are as likely as any other pup to go a little wild during their play sessions or during one of their attempts to escape a scary situation. It is always a good idea to get a collar that is made up of high-quality materials such as double leather so that it will last a long time. If not leather, you can opt for high-quality nylon as well. Get a collar that is weather-resistant and can withstand everyday wear and tear without snapping.
A collar or harness that is very difficult to get on and off is one you should steer clear of. The anxious nature of the Maltipoo may make them a bit fidgety, which means you need to make sure whatever harness or collar you invest in is easy to snap on and off. If it takes too much time to get your Maltipoo into the harness or collar, they may develop negative associations with it and run every time you bring it out.
When it comes to picking out a harness or collar for your Maltipoo, nothing is more important than your pup’s comfort. Make sure the size is perfect for your dog, and the material does not cause discomfort. If you are someone who preferred not to get a leather collar and instead opt for nylon, make sure it is high-quality nylon with soft edges and an inner lining of neoprene to ensure it does not cause chaffing or irritation.
Measuring your Maltipoo for a collar is fairly simple. While you could just eyeball it, it is always so much better to use a measuring tape to get accurate measurements and avoid any issues later. Use a soft tape measure and wrap it around your neck, loose enough to remain comfortable and tight enough that you aren’t able to slip any fingers between the collar and your pup’s neck. For a harness, measure the chest and the neck as well.
Generally speaking, yes, it is. A harness covers a large part of the chest as well as the neck, while a collar only covers a small part of the neck. The Maltipoo is a very anxious pup that needs to be kept on a leash. Otherwise, they will run away at the slightest sign of danger. Attaching a leash to a collar may lead to injuries when your dog attempts to run away because of its small size, whereas a harness is much more sturdy and will ensure your Maltipoo does not suffer any injuries while leashed and trying to run away.
A front harness will usually work to prevent any leash pulling, but a back harness is best for a Maltipoo because it is much easier for the dog to walk with and also prevents the leash from tangling. If you have a calm Maltipoo, you can even try out an over-the-head harness.