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A New Look at an Old Favorite – Dog Bandanas

At Hoo-rag, we have an extensive line of tubular bandanas that our customers love to wear when they are out in the wild enjoying life and the outdoors. But what about those outdoors folk who want to take man’s best friend with them on trips? Good news – dog bandanas as accessories have never been more popular!

Dogs, especially large and medium-sized breeds, look great in our cool-looking tubular bandanas. Since our dogs love to spend time with us hunting, fishing, exploring the wilderness, and running down the trail, it’s a stylish idea to accessorize. 

In fact, you both can even wear matching bandanas from our vast catalog. It’s tough to out-cute a Weiner dog but a Hoo will boost your chances.

Swiss Army Knife of Bandanas

Having your K9 wear a bandana gives you some other uses as well. Some sharp pet owners spray their dog’s bandana with calming pheromones so they don’t get overexcited during a hike or a jog. This type of treatment will ensure that your pet remains calm in stressful situations. You don’t want him:

  • Pulling you over a ledge
  • Biting bears, all of which have self-defense training
  • Barking the zen out of forest bathers

Did you know some owners also like to color code their dog bandanas? Simply place one of these on your canine that lets people know if your pet is friendly or ill-tempered enough to see human legs as chewable bones!

In any case, at Hoo-rag, we have a ton of awesome bandanas for your furry friend to wear. Let’s take a look at some of our options for when you’re out there fetching fun in the wild world with your best buddy.

Fishing – Rising Tide

We love to fish. When you’re out on the lake with your canine companion, you and your pet can sport one of these photo-based tubular bandanas. They’re based on the shimmering scale patterns of two of the most plentiful fish in the United States. 

We’ve designed these bandanas to have up to a 30 UPF sun protection rating that defends both you and your four-legged friend. Neither of you wants to end up sun-wrinkled as a Shar-pei.

When you’re between fishing trips (ugh – jobs), the scale patterned bandanas can be machine washed on cold and dried on the line so they’re fresh when you take to the lake next time.

Running – Digital Camos

Out for a run with your pooch? You can always wear one of our more stylish designs so you look and feel fresh while getting your daily mile in. Our Jamaican Me Crazy bandana has a 30 UPF sun protection rating in a design that’ll remind anyone of the outrageous styles of the 80s. 

Plus, we stock some angular designs that have creative colors that’ll look great on any breed. Yep, even if your K9 is 33 percent:

  • Basset Hound
  • Great Dane
  • And… something else

Hoos are made of microfiber polyester so they provide warmth when the temperature starts to dip.

Hiking – United States of Awesome

Hiking can be strenuous. Steep slopes, rocky terrain, and points of almost complete solitude. When you’re sharing your hikes with your pup, try out one of our favorite bandanas → the United of Awesome. This Hoo-rag features our favorite colors: the American Flag’s red, white, and blue. 

Patriotism is in style even if you’re in the middle of nowhere with your color-blind K9. The fact that this bandana is more attractive than a Poodle on Botox, well that’s just a bonus.

Game Hunting – Kryptek Inferno

As hunters, we have to be visible, which is why we wear clothing and accessories that comply with modern firearm hunting requirements. This means we have to wear gear visible to other hunters so accidents don’t happen. Hunting fatalities due to firearms account for about 12% to 15% of all fatalities due to firearms nationally (Thought Co.). 

This visibility protection should be applied to our dogs also, which is why the Kryptek Inferno is a great solution for your K9 while game hunting.

It’s a bright orange that is vibrantly visible. This is crucial because other hunters can mistake your dog’s coat for that of any game animals in the area. A bright patch of color can save your pet from a deadly accident.

Bow Hunting – Mossy Oak Bottomland

When you’re bow hunting you need a little more camouflage because closer ranges are required for taking down your target. This is why people that hunt with bows select gear that blends in perfectly with the surrounding environment.If you’re out there in the wild with your furry buddy, then one of our bandanas like the Mossy Oak Bottomland is a great option. It has natural earth tones that both you and your canine can use to get close to the 12-point buck that has outsmarted you for weeks!

Water Dogs – Hoo-rag Dry Bags

Some of the most fun with dogs can get wet and messy. And that’s after house training! Watching your Lab or Golden retriever wear herself out swimming after their favorite ball is worth it though. Since they don’t make scuba suits for water dogs, better bring some towels for the aftermath.

Keeping the towels dry is a problem when you’re playing in the lake or river though. A dry bag is the best solution for:

  • Kayaking or SUP with pups
  • Fetch-fests at the lake house
  • Tubing on a lazy river with Rover

Our waterproof dry bags keep your smartphone, keys, change of clothes and towels completely dry. And they come in a variety of sizes since your pet may be the Moby Dick of dogs, requiring a few towels.

Cool Factor of Man’s BFF Bandanas

Dogs provide some of the best companionship in history, and adding one of our bandanas can foster a higher level of closeness with your four-legged adventure partner. It doesn’t matter if it’s time to go:

  • Hiking 
  • Hunting
  • Fishing 
  • Running
  • Or chasing the mailman – (please, reconsider)

Make sure you include your K9 and consider dog bandanas as accessories. No doubt both of you will love a cool-looking Hoo-rag!

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