|Rain relaxes in a Polar Fleece Coat|
Cold weather brings its share of problems for pet owners. Keeping pets safe and warm indoors is critical but we all know that dogs are usually walked outdoors to do their business and get some exercise. It's also important for them to stay warm.
Small dogs and those with no haircoat or body fat are particularly susceptible since they lose body heat quite rapidly and will need a warm coat or sweater to help protect them from the elements.
|Rain Models Polar Fleece Coat with Velcro on the Back|
|Rain Lounging in a Polar Fleece Coat|
I recently received a Polar Fleece dog coat from PetSafe to test. Most of us who live in a cold climate are very fond of Polar Fleece since it's so warm. But how would it work on one of our dogs. Well, that depends upon the dog. I handed the coat over to my friend, Linda Aronson, to test on one of her Havanese. The caveat here is that her dogs are in full show coat so they have lovely, flowing coats. The Polar Fleece coat velcros on the top for easy-on, easy-off, a nice feature. But how would it work with a long-coated Havanese? Here's what Linda discovered:
NOTE: PetSafe sent the coat for me to test. I passed it along to Linda Aronson for testing on her Havanese. We received no compensation other than the product to be tested and the views expressed are our own.