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MORE THAN A COAT

The Kumfy Klimate Dog Coat is a great product for Winter months. Using the coat along with a warmed gel pac, helps maintain your dog's body temperature when it starts to get cold outside. Activate the Kumfy Pax gel pack by placing it in your microwave, for less than a minute, then slide it into the special pouch located in the coat under your dogs chest.

 
Coat Directions
 
 
Kumfy Pax

Activate Kumfy Pax® in microwave and place into harness pocket under dogs chest.

  • 100% non-toxic
  • Reusable
  • Included with every harness and coat

Kumfy Tailz utilize proven gel pack technology to assist dogs in maintaining a healthy body temperature regardless of their age, breed, injury, cardiovascular issue, or even just adverse weather conditions.  Our products have been veterinarian designed to work in conjunction with a canine's natural physiology by applying the therapeutic powers of warming and cooling to its core, where not only are the skin and fur are the thinnest, but also where the majority of the major organs and vasculature are located.


COLORS

Kumfy Klimate Coat Colors

Coat

SIZE CHART

Size Chart

MEASUREMENT GUIDE

If between sizes, consider the larger size. If your dog has a stout build, deep chest, or is overweight, consider going up a size. If your dog is long-backed, like a Dachschund, consider the smaller size.


PREVENTION IS KEY

Hypothermia

Hypothermia occurs when the dog’s body temperature falls below normal and their body’s warming mechanism is unable to keep up with the loss of heat.  The first thing a dog does when developing a low body temperature is shiver. Uncontrollable shivering develops because the normal flow of blood begins to be routed away from the dog’s extremities to their internal organs. The slowing down or stopping on shivering in dogs is not a good sign. When the shivering stops their blood vessels begin to dilate and their body temperature rapidly drops.

DOGS AT HIGH RISK

Smaller breeds, puppies, elderly dogs, dogs with health conditions (diabetes, arthritis, heart condition), underweight or overweight dogs, and breeds with shorter legs.