• Always supervise your dog in a Wags Doggy Bag.  Your dog might be able to shuffle around so don't leave them where they can get hurt like the top of the stairs, close to a fireplace or on a dock.
  • Remove the bag once the dog is dry.  Leaving a damp bag on your dog isn't good for their coat or skin.
  • A Wags Doggy Bag will be cozy in winter but if left on in summer, your dog can overheat.  Remove the bag if your dog is panting or showing any sign of distress.