Yes, they could but sometimes it would depend on your dog if they want raw. In my case, they don't so I have to bake it for 15-20 minutes.
Cooked chicken bones splinter. I would be very careful about baking them for any length of time.
This picture was taken earlier this year when we had extreme winter temperatures of -20.
The Bs are togged up in their Equafleeces and this is my husband - also sporting an Equafleece neckie (and socks! :)) Nakura's blue jumper has 4 legs to it. The Bs are quite happy to go on their usual walks in all kinds of weather when they wear their coats - although the humans are not always so keen :rolleyes:
The weather is to get rather cold this week - apparently down to -10 overnight.
Pretty in yellow
Nice an toasty..Very cozy.
Brrrrrr, looks cold! Those jackets are great, I love the high-visibility color.
Now THAT'S some yellow!
I see another thumbs/paws up for Equafleece…
I just love seeing people and their "kids" dressed up the same, its so adorable!
Love those Equafleece coats!! Not too sure about the fluoro colour though!!
I just checked out their website - I think my oldies would like those.
Are they prompt with sending the goods out?
I'm sure Mary at Equafleece would send stuff out pretty quick. I always buy mine at shows so not too sure about postal times. Give them an email and ask. My dogs have at least 4 of these jumpers each in all sorts of styles and colours. I wouldn't buy any other jumpers for them
I should say I also have a jumper chewer. He hates having 'legs' so I just make sure I get him the jumpers without legs on.
Equafleece is amazing!! Oakley has three…and I always get mine quickly
Thanks for that - I'll email them tonight.
I spent several hours on the computer last night checking out all different manufacturers, but kept coming back to Equafleece.
Good news on the home front - Jerry still had his coat on this morning - untouched!!
His sister Chloe (of course!) hadn't touched hers. It's marvellous how they discovered warmth was better than destruction.
I agree..I use both Equafleece and hurtta as far as clothing- both somewhat hard to get in New England, we also get frigid winters so I use the Equafleece as a liner for the hurtta… Oakleys spoiled and always warm!
Our winters here in Australia are not like yours in New England - we don't get snow where I am, but do get hard frosts. Cold days are 14C, but situated where I am on the side of a hill, the wind off the snow area 75 kms further up the valley can get a bit lazy - prefers to go through you rather than round you!!
And as we all know - Basenjis don't 'do' cold!! My Swedish boy is cuddled up in his bed in front of the heater beside me. Silly boy still gets his summer coat in our winter!!