R.C. ULTIMATE TRAIL BOOTS
These boots are molded to fit your pet’s paws and fitted with high-traction soles to maximize support through rough, slippery, or rocky terrain. They are a great option to keep your pet safe in some of the harshest environments – including icy, windy winters but also through hot, humid summer.
These come in a multi-pack of disposable, stretchy rubber boots that protect your furry friend’s feet. They slip on and stay on, and are great for winter snow and salt, playing at the beach, hiking and running on hot pavement.
PAW THAW ICE MELT
This is a great ice melter formulated to be gentle on your pet’s paws and never dry them out or cause pain. Paw Thaw is made with a mix of high-quality, non-corrosive ingredients that won’t affect plants, vegetation or pets.
SAFE PAW ICE MELT
Safe Paw is an excellent enviromentally sound pet safe ice melter. It’s 100% salt-free and child-safe too!
This is one of the easiest ways to keep pets warm – and luckily we have a wall full of colorful options! Check out the super soft, fleece sweaters and vests from Ruffwear and Gooby Pets. We also have rainwear vests from RC Pets that come in bright green, red, blue and pink.
If you’re into puffy coats and think your pup might be too, we have warm options from Fab Dog, along with their festive knit sweaters. Canada Pooch also has some awesome coats with fur hoods that are so comfy!
THE HONEST KITCHEN BONE BROTH
Sometimes the very best thing you can do to get warm after a long day is sip on hot tea or hot cocoa. While we don’t have those available for dogs and cats we do have a warm drink option that they might enjoy just as much! The Honest Kitchen Bone Broth will warm them from the inside out. It’s made of beef bone broth, parsley, pumpkin and turmeric which add up to an excellent source of joint-supporting collagen and chondroitin and is safe to use every day, and pets love the taste of it!
All these warming treats, sweaters, and boots vary by availability, by store and color. Come in today to check them out and try something out.
Stay warm this winter and happy holidays!