When your dog equipped with DOG ARMOR vest comes back to you, be vigilant about the condition of the vest (visible hits), but, above all, be vigilant about the dog’s behaviour. He could have been hit without the vest showing visible traces. There is a risk of internal bleeding. A dog that is bleeding internally will show an unusual behaviour and his flews could be white. Despite of the great protection provided by the DOG ARMOR vest, you must always check the dog’s condition at the end of a hunting day to make sure that he has not been hit.
The lifetime of a vest of the DOG ARMOR type is estimated to be from 2 to 5 years. Of course, you have to take into account the conditions of the use of the vest, namely the frequency of wear, the kind of dog using it and the care of the vest.
No. As many other animals, the wild pig can only see white and black. There is no reason for a dog of being more easily attacked by a wild pig when wearing a vest in neon orange than for a dog without vest.