Many people believe that dogs are naturally protected from the elements. While certain breeds are biologically equipped for winter conditions - Alaskan Malamutes, Siberian Huskies, and Bernese Mountain Dogs to name a few - most dogs are just as sensitive to the cold as we are.
Hairless or short-coated dogs with no undercoat, toy breeds, dogs with low body fat, and dogs with short legs are most vulnerable and can easily get hypothermia if left outside in freezing temperatures.
Puppies, older dogs, and those with ailing health should also be bundled up in the winter months. The cold can exacerbate existing medical conditions including arthritis. Lastly, dogs that were raised in warm climates - even mountain dogs and huskies - may not do well in extreme cold.
Help your pup brave the chilly months of the year with The Reversible Puffer - a durable and uber-comfy cold weather dog coat.
The windproof and weather-resistant outer shell provides warmth, insulation, and protection from the elements. The interior lining is 100% long fiber cotton, an extremely soft, strong and long-lasting fabric that offers additional comfort and warmth for your adventure dog.
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Brushing a dog’s teeth is no easy task. If your dog is anything like our little guy, Django, he or she absolutely hates getting teeth cleaned and squirms violently away from the toothbrush. Sound familiar?
We discovered an amazing trick... a way to brush your dog's teeth without the violent squirming and discomfort. It's easy. It's effective. AND it will help you fight off tooth decay, gum disease and thousands of dollars in doggy dental bills.