By Kerri Vargas. Dog Coats. Published at Thursday, July 05th, 2018 - 10:14:01 AM.
Something Popular Could Be The Right Answer - Of course like all things and types of pets there are some breeds which always stand out. One is the Maltese. This is easily one of the popular small dog breeds because of its cuteness and also its gentle nature with young children. While this breed is known for its gorgeous white coat it will need grooming regularly. Another excellent choice is the Pug. With wrinkles that will make anyone fall in love these little guys make a great lap dog that won’t require much exercise. You will want to keep them protected from very high temperatures though. Now you know the basics for getting started with the small dog breeds. With a little patience, thinking, and reading up on your different options it won’t be hard to find a tiny pooch just for you!
This kind of dog clothing is used as fashion accessories also, keeping the dog clean, warm, and secure. A coat can be waterproof in order to keep the dog dry and warm during wet weather. Some can also be turned out to give extra warmth for your dog. The small breeds like a poodle need to be protected from very cold temperatures. You can also use dog booties along with your dog coat to prevent forming ice balls between your pets toes.
How to Measure your Dog. A dogs coat size is measured from the base of the neck up to the base of the tail. Be sure that your dog is standing squarely on the ground with its head up to get an accurate measurement. Measure the dog from the base of the neck up to the end of the body while your dog is relaxed and looking ahead. It is better to order in even sizes that range from 8 inches to 28 inches. The size 13 inches is the only exception to this rule. If the tail of your dog goes up, round down. Also, if your dogs tail goes up, round up.
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