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In this Issue of BowWowsBest News:

Welcome to all new subscribers!
* How to Recognize and Prevent Severe Health Problems in Winter

* Protect Your Pooch with Beautiful New Coats: 20% off thru Monday with Coupon

* Last Chance to Order Halloween Costumes: 15% off thru Monday with Coupon

* Article: Help Your Dog Wear a Coat, Costume, or Sweater

Dear <<First Name>>,

 
Recently, I took my granddaughter Lily to Disney World and SeaWorld. What a wonderful time we had together!

Now, with summer over, she's back in elementary school, and we're left with the good memories. Friends up north tell me they're enjoying cooler days as the leaves turn to vibrant yellows, oranges, reds, and browns.

Although I miss the colors of a northern fall season, when winter arrives I'll be glad I'm still here in Florida! I only have to dress little Samantha myself and in warm clothes on a few days or weeks in January each year.

Last winter was very cold in most places, though. Now is a good time to start thinking about how to keep your pooch safe, warm, and dry as temperatures drop. Are your old coats intact, or are they worn or dog-chewed? Check out this year's beautiful new coats — 20% off today through Monday with the coupon code below.

And here's a reminder: You have just a few weeks left to buy your Halloween costumes! Today through Monday they're 15% off with the coupon code below.

How to Prevent Severe Health Problems in Winter

Recognize Severe Health Problems in Winter


Despite their fur, dogs, like us, may suffer hypothermia in cold weather. According to PetMD.com, dogs most at risk are those who are young, old, small, or thin, those with hypothyroidism, and those with light coats.

However, all dogs are at risk of hypothermia given enough exposure to the winter elements. Risk increases with the length of exposure to cold and wet fur and skin.
And submersion in water is extremely dangerous.
 
Untreated, hypothermia can lead to coma and heart failure.

Hypothermia begins with cold and shivering, and progresses to listlessness, lethargy, and frostbite on feet, ears, scrotum and footpads.
 

How to Prevent Illness


To protect your darling, PetMD.com says, “Dog clothes, boots, and other accessories can help breeds with thinner fur and those less used to cold weather.” Also, avoid getting your pet immersed in water outside.

Protect Your Pooch with Beautiful New Coats

Have fun with your dog outside while keeping her warm and dry. Enjoy less work drying him when he comes in, too.

This year's beautiful new coats suit every need and taste: Weatherproof raincoats, hooded parkas, fleece-lined coats, faux fur trimmed, and even coats with sleeves.

Select from a variety of colors and patterns, too. Coats come with D-rings or openings to attach a leash.

Here are a couple of my favorites. Click a photo for more information or click the button to browse all our style, and use the coupon code for 20% off coats today through Monday, September 29.
iCool Carrier Pad in Blue
Glee Dog Coat

Get 20% off on coats with coupon code: NEWDRYWARM

Good Today through 9/29/2014

One use per customer. May be used with Costume Coupon below.
Browse all Coats

Last Chance to Order Costumes for Halloween!

Order your costumes before October 23 to ensure receipt by Halloween and time to re-order if you need another size.

15% off costumes with coupon code: HOWLCOSTUMES

Only for newsletter subscribers and Facebook followers and your friends.

Good Today through 9/29/2014

One use per customer. May be used with Coat Coupon above.
Browse Halloween Costumes

Help Your Dog Wear a Coat, Sweater, or Harness

If you need to train your puppy or new dog to wear a coat, sweater, collar, or  harness, click to read the article, "How to Help Your Dog Get Comfortable with Clothing".

Contact Me with Your Questions

If you need help choosing a style or size, or if you'd like other personal help for your order just contact me by email or call me at (561) 495-9971.
 
All my best,


Patti


Patti Hasner
Founder and Owner
BowWowsBest.com
 
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