Yes it’s true, dog fur coats do keep canines warm, but don’t forget that how your dog feels is attuned to the seasons. In winter, there are fewer daylight hours, and therefore it can often be the case that your doggie will be less active. Then there are also different body types too. Short hair and lean dogs, for example greyhounds and chihuahuas, can get the chills even in the warmer months. And, if you are spending a lot of time outdoors wearing a coat yourself, you should consider investing in a coat for your dog too. The other thing you should do is check on your dog’s paws, just to make sure they’re not getting too frozen by cold surfaces. This is more of an issue in the more extreme climates, but when your dog is not used to extreme weather, discomfort will affect his or her mental state and behaviour. Investing in a coat is a good idea to avoid climate-related shock and trauma, and beyond that, they just look cool. Noji Goji has a special coat for your special pooch. Browse the range now.
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