Friday, September 11, 2015
Friday, August 21, 2015
Ensure this Halloween is truly spooktacular for you pets.
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Tips to Have a safe, enjoyable fun time with you pet at Halloween...
Halloween can be a Frightening Time for Pets! Use common sense!
Halloween just a week away the Humane Society for Shelter Pets is
offering America’s pet owners some safety tips to ensure this Halloween
is truly spooktacular.
Costumes can be scary to pets, whether worn by familiar people, strangers, or even pets themselves.
National Retail Federation found that over 15% of people are planning
to dress up their animals in costumes this Halloween. If you are
planning to include your pet in the family Halloween activities,please
make sure to avoid pet costumes that include hats, masks, or shoes.
The American Veterinary Medical Association reminds owners not to leave pet dressed in costumes,(costumed pets) unattended.
Most people are aware that chocolate is poisonous to dogs,
but hard candies and other sweets containing the ingredient Xylitol,
commonly found in gums and mints, can also pose a health risk to your
Often in the excitement and chaos of Halloween night, these
dangerous treats may be left within easy reach of curious canine noses.
As with all human food make sure your candy is placed out of reach of your pet.
aware Dogs are not the only pets known to stick their noses and mouths
where they don’t belong.
Due to their curious nature, cats can’t help but be attracted to glow
sticks and shiny costume jewelry.
While not usually life-threatening, treating a glow stick as a chew toy
can result in mouth pain and irritation, and lead to excessive drooling
The Pet Poison Helpline,
(800-213-6680), suggests you attempt to wash as much of the chemical
off of the fur as you can, as self-grooming can contribute to further
poisoning. If left in reaching distance, cheap costume jewelry can also
become a major choking hazard for both dogs and cats.
to the National Retail Federation, 170 million people plan to celebrate
Halloween this year. With so many families participating in All Hallow’s
Eve festivities, it’s important to take this opportunity to talk about
With every human celebration there are opportunities
for lapses in household security resulting in ghastly accidents or
Strangers stopping by in ghoulish costumes can
cause plenty of anxiety, while parties offer access to large amounts of
food and candy. Although only pigs and dogs, and a certain two-legged
animal, seem to be at the greatest risk for overindulging, it’s worth
considering a few ways to batten down the hatches and protect pets from
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Thursday, April 02, 2015
Friday, November 28, 2014
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Monday, November 24, 2014
Factors that may affect cold tolerance in dogs:A Dog’s Coat generally speaking, dogs with an undercoat (such as Alaskan Huskies, Labs and others) can play in the snow up to 30 minutes without harm, but even Huskies and Alaskan Malamutes can feel the effects of cold temperatures if they are not accustomed to the cold temperatures. Single-coated and short-coated dogs such as Boxers and Bullmastiffs have a low tolerance to cold weather, and a coat is recommended in temperatures approaching freezing. Remember that wind chill, rain, and snow can lower a dog’s temperature even further.
A Dog’s Age
Very young and very old dogs are also sensitive to cold temperatures, and may lack the agility and coordination to walk on icy surfaces. A boot/jacket combination is recommended for these dogs. Cold temperatures can also activate arthritis, so be sensitive to older dogs or dogs with health issues.
A Dog’s Weight
Dogs under 20 pounds are generally more susceptible to hypothermia. They have less fat and are generally closer to the ground, making them more prone to chill. For these breeds, full-coverage body protection, such as that found on our Cloud Chaser™ storm jacket, is recommended.
Symptoms of hypothermia in dogs:• Shivering • Stiff muscles • Low pulse and respiration rate • Cold to touch (body temperature below 95°F or 35°C) • Lethargy which eventually leads to unconsciousness
Treatment of hypothermia in dogs:1. Move animal to shelter 2. Cover with warm blankets 3. Give dog a warm liquid/sugar mixture to drink 4. Call your veterinarian
Prevention of hypothermia is key to avoiding injury. To keep your dog warm when the mercury falls, be sure to arm your dog with the essentials in cold weather gear. Our recommendations include Fido Fleece coats, Ruff Wear Grip Trex™ Boots, Bark’n Boot Liners™, and a Cloud Chaser™ or K9 Overcoat™ and 1Z Harness dog coat.
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Saturday, November 22, 2014
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Tuesday, November 18, 2014
We are dedicated to keeping your best Pal healthy!
Keep your Pets happy and warm with a Coat, Sweater or Jacket.
We at www.kooldawgtees will ship warm dog clothing and winter dog coats for FREE in lower 48 states as quickly as possible during these bitter Winter months.
We understand the importance of processing your orders in a timely fashion with the temperatures plummeting up to 30 degrees in a 24 hour period.
It is particularly important to protect smaller dog breeds and older dogs from hypothermia, avoiding expensive trips to the Vet!
Reference articles: http://pets.webmd.com/dogs/dogs-cold-exposure-frostbite
Even inside the house, small dogs can be cold thus, wearing a hoodie or a lighter jacket or a t-shirt and even booties for paw protection during the Winter months is a prudent idea.
Consider a dog's normal temperature is 101 to 102.5 degrees Fahrenheit (38.3 to 39.2 degrees Celcius) compared to our 98.6, Your best puppy Pal may feel colder quicker than we do
Keep you puppy warm this Winter. We will get to you as fast as possible, We promise!