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Winter Dog Coats

QUICK PERSONAL NOTE: My dog Pierre can become very possessive over over anything that is places on him such as harnesses, coats, shoes, etc. We could have avoided this with better training when he was younger however, we ¬†rarely needed to placed coats on him or put-on/removed his harness so we did not pay as much attention to the issue until it was really too late. When you dog is young make sure you get them use to being “dressed” and “undressed” so that they will be less likely to become aggressive over the removal of “their” stuff. Also, some dogs fear Velcro, ours does, be mindful of this possibility.

 

 

 

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If you are one of the millions of dog owners around the world maybe you should be thinking about getting a winter coat for your pet. Winter dog coats are essential to keep your doggy warm during the cold winter months. Just because your dogs have fur, it doesn’t mean they won’t get cold!

Many people think that winter dog coats aren’t necessary as canines have fur to keep them warm. This is partly true but what you have to remember is that much of the time your doggy will be inside your home during the cold weather, possibly curled up in front of the fire.

Dogs can get pretty hot in the home but then when you take them outside into the cold weather they will really feel the cold as their own fur coat will offer them little protection. It’s the same as you wearing a warm coat inside your house. When you go outside you will find that it doesn’t really keep you warm due the temperature change.

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