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ThunderCoat by ThunderWorks

Hey neighbors!

Here is an adorable coat that PI of Products reviewed.  It looks so cute on her dog Pansy.  The ThunderCoat 2 in 1 from ThunderWorks.   Read on to see what she found out!  

Today, I have a really useful, but adorable product for your little detective dog.  Okay, so for any dog really, I just thought it was funny since Pansy helps investigate products.  This product is from...


I received the ThunderCoat 2in1 Combo Pack that also comes with a ThunderShirt.  This coat is done in the Trench Coat style (perfect for any detective dog that has to do some investigating outside), and it even has a  little removable hood.  So, you have the ThunderShirt (it snaps into the inside of the ThunderCoat and is removable) to ease your furry friend's anxiety and the ThunderCoat keeps your pet warm!


Here is a little bit about ThunderWorks... "As the name ThunderShirt implies, thunder and noises was the first fear we tackled, but along the way, we found that simple pressure helped with a multitude of pet anxieties including separation, travel, vet visits and much more. Our proprietary research also uncovered that over 30% of pets suffer from one or more of these anxieties making anxiety one of the leading issues for today’s pet parents.  For this reason, in addition to the ThunderShirt, we have created other products to help pet parents alleviate some of the anxiety issues their pets may experience, and we have done so under the company name of ThunderWorks. At ThunderWorks, we are committed to finding simple and safe solutions to pet parents’ every day issues because when our pets feel stressed, we feel stressed. And when we feel stressed well, we aren’t always at our best. It is our hope that our simple solutions can help maintain the bond between pet and parent. In essence, helping us all be a better human to our pets."


This ThunderCoat was PERFECT for Pansy.  She is very petite and dainty, and usually gets cold faster than the others and wants back inside.  Not with her ThunderCoat!  We just had a fresh snow, so I put her coat on and took her outside.  See!


It took her a little while to get used to it, but once she was used to it she had fun playing in the yard.  This keeps her warm, but it also helps keep the snow out of her fur.  The ThunderShirt is a type of wrap that will put gentle pressure on your dog's torso to help calm and relieve anxiety/fear.


You can purchase the ThunderCoat and other ThunderWorks products on their website.  You can also Like them on Facebook, and Follow them on Twitter to stay up-to-date with their latest news.  

Does your dog experience fear or anxiety?  This might be just what your dog needs.  You can find out more about ThnderWorks on their website.

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