The original purpose of dog bandanas was for owners to communicate how other people could interact with their dog. For example, a bandana that says ‘I’m Anxious’ helps to communicate that the dog may need extra space around other people and/or dogs.
In warmer climates cooling bandanas are a great way to deflect heat and soak up water helping to prevent your dog from getting too hot.
Since the adoption of dog bananas, they are also regularly used as a style choice. Whether it’s a personalised bananas with your dogs name, or a bandana to celebrate a specific occasion, they ensure your furry friend always looks their best,
How do you tie a dog bandana so it stays on?
Fold the bandana in half diagonally to make a triangle shape, then wrap the bandana around your dogs next and tie it in a square knot. Pull the ends to tighten the knot so that the ends don’t move any further. This will keep the bandana in place and prevent it falling off.