Columnist Lisa Weber and her dog Tebow are the perfect match
If a dog could have Raynaud’s phenomenon, my Tebow would be the one to have it. His tiny frame has the thinnest white coat that barely covers him. His pink skin is visible through his fur. And, like me, he’s always seeking out warm spots to cuddle up in.
Sometimes I can’t find him because he’s wedged himself between the pillows on the couch. I get it, though. I always cover myself in blankets and socks when I’m lounging around.
My little lap warmerMy little fellow recently got his summer shave-down, and he’s struggling. I’m outnumbered 3-to-1 in our family, so our air conditioner is always set to arctic freeze. The poor guy walks around shivering if I don’t keep him covered with his sweater. While it makes sense for me, due to Raynaud’s, to strategically place gloves, space heaters, and blankets around the house, I never thought I’d be making it a habit to dress my dog to protect him from the cold.
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