Keeping Your Pet Cozy All Winter
If it’s too cold for you, it’s too cold for them too!
January 14 is dedicated to our cute, cuddly, furry companions as it’s National Dress Up Your Pet Day. While many people choose to dress up their pets in order to make them look cute, it’s also a good way of keeping them warm in the winter. Even though you may envy the warmth your pet receives naturally from their fur when it’s cold out, it’s not enough to protect them when the temperatures drop too low. Like us, animals need their exercise to stay healthy, and so keeping them cooped up in the house all day when it gets cold out is not an option. Luckily, there are tons of jackets, boots, and even socks made for your furry companions to make sure they don’t freeze their tails off when it’s cold out. Keeping Your Pet Cozy All Winter is important when taking your pet outside for some exercise or even just for a quick walk, and these products offer your furry friend the warmth they need!
Quilted Thermal Parka – $24
Argyle Suede Coat – $16.99
Dotted Stripe Coat – $6.24
Lewis Dog Coat – $110.97
DOG BOOTIES & SOCKS
Traction Control Indoor Socks – $9.49
Rugged Dog Boots – $37.95
Faux Leather and Suede Waterproof Winter Boots – $36.99
Polka Dot Socks – $2.24
COZY DOG BEDS
Fleece Bed with Memory Foam – $169
Snoozer Cozy Cave Bed – $79.99
Self-Warming Bed – $18.34
Pillow Soft Daydreamer Bed – $17.99
Turtleneck Knit Sweater – $7.58
Tammy Sweater – $42.99
Polar Fleece Sweater – $28.50
Argyle Sweater – $36.99
COZY CAT HOUSES & BEDS
Outdoor Heated Kitty House – $74.99
Thermo Dome Cat Bed – $59.02
Burrow Pet Bed – $44.99
Extra-Wide Outdoor Heated House – $76.49
How to Help Animals in Need This Winter
- Give to the ASPCA in a number of different ways. Between monthly donations, holiday gifts, and adoptions, you can help ensure that needy animals are given the help and care they need in order to survive the cold winter.
- Donate to the North Shore Animal League, the world’s largest no-kill animal rescue and adoption organization.
- Donate to Best Friends Animal Society, which will go straight to helping tens of thousands of animals both at their sanctuary and through outreach and animal rescue programs all across the country.
- Donate supplies (food, toys, beds, coats, etc.) to your local animal shelters in order to ensure each animal is as comfortable as possible while awaiting their placement in a new home.