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Keeping your dog Warm this Winter

3rd Dec 2016

Keeping your dog Warm this Winter

There are many ways that you can keep your dog warm this Winter, whether that is providing them with a warm bed with blankets or dressing them in dog t-shirts and using them as pyjamas.

To keep your dog warm you can buy them blankets to cover them or for them to snuggle into, to keep them warm. Padded fleecy beds are also great to keep your dog toasty and comfortable during colder nights. If you find your dog is unsettled during the night it might be waking up as it is cold so a dog t-shirt can be used as pyjamas to keep the chill off during the night. T-shirts are great as they are comfortable to wear and the material will just keep your dog warm enough without making them too hot. Dog jumpers and hoodies can be a little too warm for night time wear.

Keeping your dog warm out on walks is very important, coats, hoodies and jumpers are available to protect your dog from getting chilly when the temperature drops and will make your dog feel a lot more comfortable. Older dogs that suffer from arthritis should not spend ages outside in the cold damp weather this can make their joints stiffen. When older dogs are being walked in cold damp weather it might be worth considering some clothing to keep their joints warm while out or defiantly putting a t-shirt or jumper on them after a walk to help them warm up once they are home. If you have returned from a wet walk your dog will enjoy a good old rub down with a dog towel. This will warm up cold joints and stimulate blood flow as well as help them dry quickly.

Always keep an eye on your dog when wearing dog clothing as you do not want them to get too hot. Please remember not all dogs need clothing to keep them warm and never dress a dog in clothing if they do not like wearing clothes.

You can Design Your Own your dogs own T-Shirt to use as Pyjamas on our website, click here to take a look. We also have a great range of night time designs that you can personalise with a print colour of your choice available, click here to see the range.

Also available on our website we stock a range of dog bedding including fleecy dog blankets, click here to see the whole range we have on offer.

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