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Keep Pets Snuggly Warm Against The Winter Chill

28th July 2008

Keep Pets Snuggly Warm Against The Winter Chill

Keeping your pets warm against the winter chill is very important, particularly for short haired dogs.

“Many people don’t realise that they need to protect their pets against wind chill and rain with a warm coat or jumper when they’re taking their dogs for walks in Winter. Like people, dogs feel the cold and can get sick.” says Snooty Paws online pet boutique owner Leigh Romeo.

“Ideally dogs also need a warm bed and blanket inside the house free from draughts. Dogs are an important member of your family who provide unconditional love so it’s in owner’s best interests to look after the health and happiness of their loyal companions” he says.

Dog coats can range in size, style and pattern and woolen jumpers are also available to keep pets snuggly warm. Pet boutiques such as online pet store Snooty Paws, have a range of dog coats, jumpers and blankets to keep pets warm during the chilly Winter days.

Items can be ordered via the website


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