As spring approaches, the company, whose own dogs have competed in agility competitions at both national and international level, is particularly keen to encourage pet owners not to abandon the use of dog coats just yet.
Sharon Roberts, director of Agility World, says, “Puppies, older dogs and dogs with fine coats will feel the cold for a little while yet. And if spring is particularly damp, we definitely recommend putting a coat on your dog for walks until the weather improves.”
Agility World has an approved list of suppliers which meet their stringent quality criteria and are careful to only stock top-rated brands on their online shop.
“Dog coat fabrics are very technical these days,” says Sharon. “Some are waterproof whilst others have moisture wicking properties that are great to put on after swimming or a wet walk. Back on Track makes dog coats with heat-reflective linings; great for joint and muscle relief.”
The company’s top-selling dog coat brands are Hurtta and Back on Track, which they use widely with their own dogs.
“Our dogs spent a lots of time outdoors; sometimes, if they’re training, they’re very active but at other times, maybe at competitions, they might be sitting around for long periods. We always use dog coats to help regulate their temperature,”
More information about Agility World’s dogs can be found on their website, http://www.agilityworld.co.uk, along with top quality brands to buy for your own dog.