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Guide To Dog Hoodies

Extra Things to consider

Hoodies serve more than just making dogs look adorably cute and stylish. They keep your dog warm and well-protected against extreme cold, and other times protect them from direct sunlight. Although we wish we could just walk to a pet store and pick a fitting size right out of the counter, the reality is that it involves a tedious process. But it helps when you know what you are looking for, and for that, you need to consider a few things.

For one, the material should be easy to clean, durable, and comfortable even to a dog with sensitive skin.

Ensure that you choose the right material, and for the right occasion. For warmth, choose those that have a fleece lining and are made of polyester. For summer, choose light materials.

Also, correctly size up your dog to get him a hoodie that is not too tight or too baggy. That defeats the whole purpose of buying a hoodie. Whichever size your dog is, there is a hoodie that fits perfectly. To avoid hitting a miss, measure your dog and compare it with the measurements of the doggie hoodie you are buying.

Other things to consider include the ease of putting it on, how easy it is to wash, and whether it has a hole for a leash. Depending on your budget, affordability should also be considered, but ensure that you get a quality product that will last long.

Why buy one?

A pup hoodie protects it against cold weather bites. Others also protect the dog’s skin from direct sunlight, particularly dogs with a single layer of coat. The hoodie also helps old dogs conserve heat because it keeps them and puppies free from shivering. You should also get a light hoodie if you want to dress up your dog or if you want them to have fancy everyday wear.

When to wear?

If your dog is shivering, if it is cold and it has a single coat, then it makes sense to buy him a hoodie. Also, if it has an underlying medical condition, you can give them the best care, including keeping them warm. Of course, you can also dress up your dog for fun, but don’t let them overheat. In summer, let them wear light hoodies, and in winter, give them warm clothes.

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