How to Dress - Cold Weather
Wear items that can be stained or ripped by the sled dogs. These guys aren’t aggressive, they are just super playful. And they are not your average house-pets! They are highly-conditioned, ultra-active athletes, and they don’t know words like “sit, stay or down.” Expect lots of hugs, kisses and jumping.
Pay attention to things that dangle -sweatshirt strings, backpack straps, long hair and scarves all attract extra doggy attention. Tuck these away so the dogs don’t grab them.
Avoid wearing fur – Fur hats, fur-lined hoods and fur mittens all attract extra attention. The dogs have an instinctual interest in chewing on anything that looks like fur.
Avoid wearing eye glasses – glasses and goggles will get fogged up and then ice over in the cold weather. Wear contacts if possible.
Choose waterproof mascara – Ladies, we know you want to look good in your photos. Unfortunately the cold weather can create watery eyes and lashes. Choose waterproof mascara/eye liner.
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