Saturday, November 7, 2009

Sleeping bags for Vizslas

Here in Northern California cold is a relative thing.
But now that late fall has come the nights and mornings have been getting cooler.

We change over to the flannel sheets and added a couple blankets on our bed.


For Bailey and Chloe ,with their very short fur, they are starting to feel the cold also.



So they get into their sleeping bags.









Here they will spend the night in their crates comfortably or on the living room until it warms up.
Bailey stays warmer than Chloe and pops out earlier to enjoy the cool air.

Chole, being the young girl she is, can spend the whole morning curled up with just the tip of her nose poking out.



We own six of these dog sleeping bags.

We buy them on line and have two more shipped to us about once a year.

Now two are in the house, two are in the Jeep and two are in the motor home.

Body Gear for Pets, located in Petaluma, California, has been making these bags for many years. They have their own "E-bay store".


http://stores.ebay.com/Body-Gear-for-Pets__W0QQ_pgnZ3QQ_scZ1QQ_sopZ2You want to get your Vizslas the XL size. When travelling on a cool day and they are in the back of the Jeep you would think the dogs didn't even come along. They will spend the whole trip buried in their bags.



Wouldn't want our rough and tough bird hunters to get cold. But I do draw the line on putting them in jackets and sweaters. A hunter has to have his pride.

5 comments:

Ruby & Sophie said...

Aw I love these pictures, they're brilliant! My 2 burrow under a duvet cover together at night, like yours you can only tell they're in it by the little snouts poking out.

Cindy Mommsen said...

Ahhh...that looks so cozy. I might have to get a couple of those for the truck.

6p00d83451a17169e2 said...

I just received my sleeping bag for my Vizsla, Arazi. It's great. Thanks for showing these. They even made the outside rust colored so the bag matches him!

http://www.flickr.com/photos/charlenejanderson/sets/72157601460748012/

Kenneth Hinkle said...

Ahhh...that looks so cozy. I might have to get a couple of those for the truck.

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