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Ways To Keep Your Dog Warm In The Winter

Dogs can get chilly in the winter, especially when the temperatures really start to drop. Don’t let them get too cold, it’s important to keep an eye on them in the winter months. There are some things you can do to help them. Here are some top tips for keeping your dog warm in the winter.



Doing exercise will get your dog’s blood pumping around their body and help to keep them warm. Just be cautious in colder weather, your dog might need a bit longer to warm their muscles up before doing demanding exercise.


Warm products

Thankfully, there are lots of helpful products that are specially designed to keep your dog nice and cosy. We have a wide variety of products in stock that will help keep your dog warm, including jumpers, coats, blankets, and cosy


Put their bed in a warm place

It’s important that you put your dog’s bed in a relatively warm spot in your house. Avoid areas with drafts or colder parts of your house. Providing them with a warm, cosy bed in a mild area of your home should help to keep them warm.



Some dogs live outside, however, it’s still important that they have shelter to protect them from the elements. You dog should be able to take cover from the wind, rain and snow. If your dog normally lives indoors don’t leave them outside in the winter for too long.


Don’t cut their hair too short

If your dog has a longer coat try not to cut it too short in the winter. Without their thick fur they may feel the cold more easily. They can still be trimmed on a regular basis just leave it at a length where they will be warm enough. If you have to cut it shorted then make sure you get them a coat to wear.


Always dry them off properly

It’s especially important to dry your dog off throughout the winter. If you leave their coat damp then they could easily catch a chill. Try and dry them off as much as you can after a wet walk or bath.


Feed more if they are outdoors a lot

If your dog goes outdoors a lot in the winter then you might need to feed them more. Their body will be working harder and burn more energy in the cold. However, make sure you don’t overfeed them.


Play inside

If it’s too cold to go outside spend some time playing with your dog inside so they can burn some energy and keep warm.


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