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Outdoor Dog Gear for Spring!
Base Jumper Raincoat Wind Breaker by Puppia – Lightweight comfort for a slightly chilly or breezy day. Reflective “Puppia Sports” strip on arms and back. Adjustable cinching strings and stoppers on the hood, sleeves and bottom. Waterproof. Leash hole on the back of the neck. Hook and loop closure along belly. Hand washable. Why We Love It: This sporty jacket will be perfect for a brisk spring or fall day. The Base Jumper Raincoat by Puppia is waterproof and designed to reflect current human fashions. This red wind breaker dog jacket is lightweight and lined with mesh for ultimate comfort. Learn more.
Springtime Pet Tips
The air is getting warmer, the sun is brighter and the lure of the outdoors is calling our pets.
Here’s our top tips for keeping your pet safe:
- Time to Spay and Neuter: If you haven’t done so already, there are many benefits to spaying and neutering pets. Sterilization surfer reduces pet overpopulation and often makes animals easier to live with. The procedure eliminates their urge to urinate on furniture and other objects, and keeps them from roaming in times of peak fertility.
- Parasite Prevention: Spring means ticks in some part of the country. When the weather warms, and the grass grows, it’s time to prevent ticks, especially if your pet visits grassy areas.
- Do not feed newborn wild animals: Contrary to popular belief, animals will not abandon their babies when they smell a human scent. It is perfectly natural for some animals such as rabbits to leave babies alone for hours at a time. Do not feed these newborns, since if you don’t give them the right food, you could be creating more harm than good.
- Seasonal Allergies: Unlike humans, pets show signs of allergy on their skin. If you see coat licking or hot spots, head shaking and scratching, then consider allergies as a possible cause.
- Pet Identification: Get your pet permanently identified with a microchip. They are the size of a grain of rice and are inserted under the skin. Tags can get lost, but microchips are forever.