Dog Winter Wear
Winter is coming and thankfully, our dog winter wear wardrobe is already here! Choose from warm woollen sweaters, jackets and sweatshirts to bundle up your fur-baby from the cold. Keep your pet ever snuggly with these clothes that are designed to keep them warm without hindering their daily activities.
A Fur Coat May Not Be Enough for the Winter
Winter time means pulling out your woollies, blankets, socks and scarves, cold mornings and staying under the covers for as long as possible. Did you think that maybe your doggy might feel the same? There is no doubt that one of the best things about having a pooch is they being warm and cuddly but if your dog is old or suffers from any kind of skin ailment or even arthritis, they could be feeling the cold quite strongly. Your dog’s fur coat is meant to regulate his or her body temperature and keep them warm when it is cold, but if your dog has been shedding due to a skin allergy, it is likely this coat will not be enough to protect them from the cold.
Winter makes the floors cold and it’s possible that your dog’s bed will not be enough to protect them from bitterly cold days. Getting them outside may be a different story altogether. This is when warm clothing for your dog will work wonders for their general well-being. Keeping them warm will make them more energetic and willing to go outdoors even in the cold.
Winter Wear for Dogs
You’ll be impressed with the range of online winterwear for dogs there is to choose from. A warm padded jacket is easy to slip on your dog and are available in a number of different colours and styles. These dog jackets online are made with comfort and mobility in mind and will not be a hindrance to your dog on their walks. They are weather proof and super easy to keep clean.
If you’re looking for something a bit more stylish, the available dog sweaters online will look adorable on your pooch. Available in different colours and interesting patterns, your doggy is bound to make heads turn wherever you go.
For something a bit more casual to lounge about the house in, a cute little sweatshirt is a great option. A thick cotton dog sweatshirt will be the most comfortable on your pet’s body and is also extremely easy to maintain. Choose a sporty look for your pooch with a neat and colourful sweatshirt.
Heads Up for Tails – For Pets Everywhere
A luxury pet brand in India, Heads Up for Tails settles for nothing but the best when it comes to your pets. Not only do we create and design products but we also curate a wide collection of pet products from brands all over the world. This way you have plenty of choice when it comes to pampering your pet.
From clothes for Labradors or any other breed to buy dog snacks, treats, food, dog chew toys, Wooden online Beds for Dogs and even buy senior dog products, our inventory tries to include products that may be needed for any life stage and breed.
We’re big fans of personalisation, so if you look at our Wooden Dog Diners Online, you will see that we can mark them with your pet’s name.
With the aim of covering all aspects of pet care, we not only have stores that stock up pet products but also pet spas, the grooming academy and workshops to cater to the entire pet and parent relationship.
The groomers at our pet spas are well trained on more than just spiffing up a dog. They are adept at picking up on stress signals and are able to read your dog well. This is how they work with your dog, find a middle ground and are able to make the experience of a bath a relaxed and calm one.
Not only do we take on breed-specific grooming but we also offer a range of massages for your pet.
Got a Question? Raise a Paw!
Should I get a special Dog Bed for my pet just for the winter?
If your pet sleeps on the floor at the moment, then it is a good idea to get them a bed for the winter. However, if you already have a bed for your pet, then you could accessorise it with dog blankets online and pillows to make it warm for the winter.
My dog seems to be walking stiffly in the winter? Is it just because of the cold?
There could be a number of reasons for this. Senior pets often have stiff joints and limbs, or they could be suffering from bone and joint disorders or have conditions like arthritis. You will need to check with your vet on this. Ensure that your pet does not have to climb up and down from his bed or the stairs or the car as this can be difficult and painful with the stiffness. You could use easily handled and lightweight ramps to avoid making your pet climb up or down. These are also mobile and can be taken easily from place to place.Show Less