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How to Keep your dog warm in the winter
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Default How to Keep your dog warm in the winter

This is a video by Dee Hoult, certified professional dog trainer, on how to keep your dog warm in the winter. Her dog Oxford is used as the demo dog. A couple of things can be done to keep the dog warm when they are outside. A dog igloo can keep them warm in your backyard. Something to sleep on at nights can keep them warm in those cold winter nights. In addition to that it is important to be aware of how much food our dog is eating in winter because the food can help them keep warm as well. Before beginning to feed your dog more it is better to consult a veterinarian. But generally feeding them more well help them built more body fat to help them keep warm and also makes sure they remain healthy as well.Now for those really cold nights a dog sweater can be used to keep them warm. It helps just like a horse blanket with belts to fit the front and belly. It helps keep the internal temperature of the dog warm.Another ideas to keep your dog warm may be investing for some dog woods for snow or again trying going out in the warmer part of the day.





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