Dog Clothing - Giving Them the Warm Fuzzies
a lot of people laugh when they see a little toy poodle
trotting past wearing their pink fleece coat with bunnies
on it, and a matching hair ribbon. But the truth is,
big dog clothing is just as popular, and just as stylish.
small breeds are sensitive to extreme temperature changes,
and where they tend to be a household pet, it's hard
for them to tolerate the sudden cold of a damp spring
or winter wind. However, large dogs that are kept indoors,
or who work in the outdoors and heat up, become chilled
when allowed to just sit in the cold.
why many manufacturers who formerly made only the dainty
little styles, are now producing large dog clothing
in greater quantities.
of the more popular items are knitted sweaters, patterned
according to your tastes, or activities; hooded sweatshirts,
that feature a leash opening at the neck and drawstring
at the waist to keep out drafts; and raincoats, which
are particularly nice for big dogs with long coats,
who insist on going out in wet weather.
for big dogs, or small ones for that matter, should
fit properly. So be sure to measure your dog from the
base of the neck to the base of the tail for length,
and around the chest just behind the shoulders, for
their girth. Lengthwise, large generally starts around
21", and goes through Xlarge and XXlarge up to
28", depending on the item, and the maker.
yes, you can get costumes
for big dogs. No longer do you have to put up with
the neighborhood Shih Tzu in their angel wings. You
can now dress up your Doberman as Santa Claus, complete
with leg loops that mimic boots, a jingle bell belt,
and a hat with attached beard.
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