While some dogs will wear a hat with no problems, I
would have to guess that most dogs do not like to have
anything on their heads.
It's just not natural. But
humans being what they are, will always find some fun
in dressing up their dogs whether the dog likes it or
Dog hats come in all shapes and sizes. You can get a
simple visor, or beachtop visor for outdoor summer
wear. If your dog is into western wear, you can get a
Cowboy (or should I say Cowdog) hat and if he fancies
himself to be English, you can buy a wool texture
London dog hat, if your dog is religious you can even
get a yarmulke. For those bad weather days, you can
even get a rain hat and boots to match.
As with any item you are going to put on or around
your dog, you must consider safety first. Make sure
your dog hats do not have any loose parts that can
get caught and potentially choke your dog.
the fastening mechanism to make sure that it will
break free if it does get caught on something. It's a
good idea to remove the hat from the dog if he is
going to be left unattended.
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