Your furry friend loves those outdoor adventures, so why not make those experiences more comfortable, warmer and safer! Check out the most popular, hot trending Dog Coats for 2019! Celebrate the Love, Joy & Happiness with your best friend!
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While not all dog breeds need an added coat to help them to get through the cold, many can certainly benefit from an extra layer of protection! A range of factors will dictate whether or not a coat is a good idea for your dog, including things like their age, type of fur, breed, activity levels, and where you live.
Larger dogs with dense hair coats do not have a need for additional insulation, and would be very uncomfortable if they were forced to wear outer clothing, possibly to the point of physically overheating. Their fur is already genetically designed to protect them from extreme winter temperatures.
The Siberian Husky, Malamute, and Saint Bernard breeds are all excellent examples of dogs that are perfectly suited to cold temperatures, while the Chihuahua, Greyhound, and many terrier and pinscher breeds are good examples of dogs that would do well with a little extra outer insulation.
Do not simply roll out your dog’s wardrobe as soon as there is a chill in the air; take your cues from your dog, and don’t get them dressed up until it is apparent that they are beginning to feel the cold. On milder days when it isn’t so chilly out, your dog may be able to go out comfortably without a coat sometimes too.
Finally, don’t put your dog’s coat on until you are ready to go out, and take it off and dry it as soon as you get home.