What Is Maltese Angel Baby "Disneyland"

What Is Puppy Disneyland?

Most people have heard that Disneyland is the happiest place on earth for children and adults alike. It's a place created for fun that's filled with color and wonder. Well, that's the type of environment I create for my Angel Babies and highly encourage you to replicate.  What you see above is a self contained 24/7 wonderland for puppies, especially small ones like the Maltese breed.

This puppy wonderland includes:

A heating pad to keep puppy warm & cozy
Memory foam pad to rest on
Soft warm fluffy blanket to lay on
Pee pee pad for potty needs
Food dishes that can't be knocked over
An enclosed pen to limit stimuli which reduces stress & anxiety
Fluffy stuffed animals that replicate their Mom and are great to cuddle with & on
Toys to play with & carry around
A mirror that puppy thinks is his/her play buddy
Chew toys for teething puppy
Hanging toys to hide behind and play with
Front grate to prevent puppy from jumping out
Colorful back wall blanket to complete the look of color and happiness

1st Day In Disneyland Video

Playing With Hanging Toys

Now that you see what it includes, ask yourself, "Where will I put my puppy when I bring him/her home"?  Your puppy will be a little over 1lb when you go home.  You can't hold your baby all day.  You also have a life apart from baby.  You cannot put the infant puppy on the floor and walk away.  Would you do that to a human baby? 

How will you get anything done while worrying if the baby is safe, has food to eat, their potty needs are met, has something to play with, is warm enough and is happy?  It is for all of the above reasons that I created this environment to meet all of those needs and more.

Here is a link to a litter of puppies being introduced to Disneyland for the 1st time

So, Disneyland is a win win for puppy's needs and yours. Never again will you wonder why you got a puppy!  Instead, my Angel Baby parents say that this was the easiest puppy they have ever had due to Disneyland!

I highly recommend that all of my Angel Baby parents create their own Disneyland for their baby. In doing so, you will have a seamless transition from my home to yours when baby comes home.  It makes all the difference for puppy when moving to a new home and bonding to new people and situations!

In the next post I will discuss all aspects of how to make your own Disneyland. There is more to it than you may think.

Please take a moment to post a comment below.  Thanks!


Joyce Miller said...

PUPPYLAND........absolutely adorable. These guys are sooooooooo happy! NOTHING looks run down or dangerous.
Anxious for your next blog!
Joyce Miller

Denise Ramsfield said...

Larry and I have had RITZY for one week! She is PERFECT! We can't say enough about 'Disneyland'! Since our arrival home (very 1st night) we have used it! The transitions from Sally's (breeder) to our house has gone without a hitch. We have had NO issues of adjustment or frustration! NO accidents, barking, whining, etc! AND, Ritzy is using her pee-pee pads perfectly as Sally told us she would.
QUESTION? Have YOU thought about what you're going to do with with your new puppy when you bring it home? That is what Sally asked us... Where will you keep her? Or even as time passes by (1 year or longer)? Where will your puppy stay? Be safe? Go potty?, etc.? Especially when you're not home? (working or shopping)?
The answer is: DISNEYLAND! RITZY LOVES IT! We have one at home and one at our office! You can't play with them or hold them 24/7 (even though you would like to). They need a place where they feel safe and warm!
Our goal was to copy (as close as possible) Sally's Disneyland! We didn't want to bring our puppy home and the puppy to want to 'go back' to Sally's because her Disneyland was better! Seriously, It is a wonderful tool
that makes bringing a new puppy home wonderful for ALL!
THANK YOU SALLY for ALL your outstanding ideas and information you give to Angel Babies Parents. This has been one of our best experiences we have ever had! We are loving our new beautiful puppy, RITZY & we are forever friends!
Larry & Denise Ramsfield

apollospace17@gmail.com said...

Disneyland for babies? It truly is. Sally thanks again for taking all of the guesswork out of what to do with baby when you get home. Out of the 5 Maltese puppies we have raised over the last 26 years, Disneyland is by far the best way I have used to raise and acclimate our new baby. Our baby Cassi will be a year old this month and she still loves her Disneyland home. Since she is potty trained Cassi has the run of the house now. So I put Disneyland on the floor for her and she still loves to go in there on her own to play, nap, or just lounge around. It's truly one of the happiest places on earth for our baby!
For all of you about to become parents of an Angel Baby, Disneyland will truly make a huge difference in your new babies happiness. Just follow the information above, or better yet call Sally...she has all the answers!

Joe and Ronna
Bend Oregon

Anonymous said...

I’m convinced that Disneyland was KEY in the perfect transition when we brought our little baby home! We copied Sally’s set up as close as possible, down to which side she had the potty pads on and which side she had the bed on. Our little baby went right in without hesitation and started happily playing immediately. (We have video to prove it!) We had to change things up once he started to reach sexual maturity (marking behavior)…but up until then, no potty mistakes at all: our baby knew right where to do his business each and every time from day one, hour one, in our home. In combination with the food Sally sends home and the blanket with the scent of his birth-mama and his litter mates, our transition was…I daresay…flawless! No crying or sleepless nights. We had an ongoing game of “find the baby”: it was so hard to see him among all the stuffed toys…he really loved to snuggle into them and I think they really helped him feel secure and safe…so go all the way…add *all* the toys and truly make a Disneyland for you baby…their second happiest place on earth (the first being at your side ;P)

Valerie said...

"Disneyland" is a great concept. I wish I would have done this for my previous babies. I'm sure they would have loved it! Looking forward to my new baby having an easy transition utilizing the "Disneyland" method.

Samantha said...

Through talking with Denise and Sally and reading the comments we have every faith that Coconut is going to love his Disneyland and we'll have smooth sailing during his first few months with his new Mom and Dad.

Sally's idea for rings to hang toys from the top of the crate was a great solution to my problem of how to make a "mobile" type toy for him.

Unknown said...

Puppy Disneyland is the greatest! My family has had Maltese for many years, and when it was finally time for my fiancĂ© and I to get a baby of our own, Sally’s system made everything so much easier! When we brought home our Lacie the transition was almost seamless. There were no lost nights of sleep, she used her poddy pad, she knew where she could find everything that she wanted, and it allowed for a much simpler process when we began to give her more freedoms around the home. We could tell that Lacie truly felt safe when she was in there, and she had fun too!

Joey and Ashley
Bend, Oregon

Caliatra said...

Wow a Dogs dream..its helping me prepare for what I need..

Sue said...

Thanks for the videos! Those puppies look like they love it in there!

Unknown said...

The Disneyland pad is an amazing concept for the babies. The babies are Happy, Adjusted and Safe, playing with the toy's.

Carol Puphal said...

Ok....this is pure genius! I can see that having a Disneyland would be the perfect solution to a happy puppy when you bring your the new puppy home. I love the idea that the angel baby will feel at home but it also provides the solution for being able to leave the room without worrying. I just Love this!

Wow....thank for this very helpful plan.

Mona said...

I never thought that it was possible to have a pee pad, food, water, sleeping area in one. This makes a ton of sense for a dog of these size, but I always thought they had to be separated. And people have strong opinions of having dogs pee outside, but that doesn't make sense with the rain and hot sun. I think I'll just buy everything on your list, so it mirrors the puppies Disneyland from birth. :)

Unknown said...

Looks like a great set-up!

Anonymous said...

The difference between an Angel Baby who has a Disneyland, and other puppies who don’t :(

My Angel Baby, Tigh, has had a “Disneyland” since birth: he’s a little over a year old and amazing. He never had any adjustment issues when he came home, never cried and always slept through the night…he happily bounded in and out of his Disneyland to play and knew to potty on the potty pad. When I told him “bed!” he excitedly hopped right in to play on his own and eventually sleep—a dream, right? I may have lost a little sleep just to watch or take pictures of him dozing (usually on his back-lol!), but I never lost sleep due to him crying or being upset. To this day, he enjoys his Disneyland (he likes to tug, wrestle and play growl with the hanging toys the most!)

A few months ago with Sally’s help, we “rescued” a puppy: we knew she wasn’t one of Sally’s babies (NOT an Angel Baby), but Sally called us one day and told us all about how this little girl needed a home. I was a little hesitant because I knew I wanted our next puppy to be an Angel Baby and I wasn’t really willing to settle, but with Sally’s help, we decided to bring home this little baby girl that very evening! Let me tell you, the difference between this sweet little girl and an Angel Baby was instantly apparent.

Holy moly you guys—the DIFFERENCE between Tigh, who was raised with a Disneyland since birth, and our newest little baby girl (named Esprit), who never knew a Disneyland was NIGHT & DAY. Esprit came to us a few weeks older than Tigh did, and with tear stains…and she was SO maladjusted to being away from her momma and liter that the transition was a little bit of a nightmare: all those horror stories you read online about the puppy screaming all night, being woken up by her, destroying her bed etc etc etc. And Esprit has this particularly *horrific* screeching cry that you could hear through our house and way out in the yard, hundreds of feet away—it was terrible. I was actually worried that someone would call the ASPCA. Esprit would literally bite the wires of her new Disneyland while banging her head against the side of it—I wish I could post the video I have of it—it was spooky to see a poor little baby in such distress. Her transition home was painful—Esprit ISN’T an Angle Baby and it was obvious from the get-go :(

To some people, their puppy is “just a dog”…but to Angle Baby parents, these precious little ones are our babies. You wouldn’t just rip a baby away from it’s mother and liter *the day* of “sale”, to hand it over to her new mother with a pat on the back and a “good luck”?—NO! These are beautiful, living creatures with feelings and personalities and Sally honors that with her babies…I really can’t imagine why people would settle for less—why?!—it’s not fair to you or the new puppy.

There’s a happy ending here: with the help of Sally and our trainer, Esprit is SO awesome, too! Different than her big brother, Tigh, but amazing in her own right. Again, she’s no Angel Baby, and that’s obvious when you look at her, but she’s happy, smart as a whip, and treats her Disneyland just like Tigh does now. Oh, and she’s been sleeping through the night for about two months now. She’s been a lot of work. I’d strongly urge you to save yourself the sadness and frustration of your baby’s adjustment and set up a Disneyland for them so they have a place they know and love as soon as they come home!

--CD, EP, Tigh and Esprit