Rein the Great Dane is doing more GREAT things with The Rein Coat®
Each month, Rein and The Rein Coat® highlight Rein Drop’s Rescues by sending him/her a Rein Coat to help ease the transition to his forever home or just help him after a tough day at work. We’ve helped dogs with PTSD, dogs undergoing chemotherapy, severe grief and dogs that need help becoming social or help them focus on training and many other things. The goal is to get these dogs back into the circle of adoptable pets by removing the label of “lost cause”. We spotlight these stories through our vast social media network and ask our followers to help us share these stories. We do this to raise awareness about the needs of all dogs in shelters everywhere. Sometimes when we see commercials on TV the problem seems too enormous to comprehend, or we simply cannot face the reality of it all and change the channel. Through Rein Drop’s Rescues we try to show people how anyone CAN make a difference and that the best place to start is in your own hometown. Through sharing our videos and success stories we encourage people to help their local shelters through adoption, volunteering their time to walk a dog, donating supplies or money.
We hope that you will help us share the stories of Rein Drop’s Rescues with your friends and followers to help us celebrate the work of service or working dogs or adoptions of rescue dogs, and help us to raise awareness that will help to change the lives of these wonderful animals – one dog at a time. Please help us, to help those, who need it the most!
Rein Drop’s Rescues ~ our family’s Christmas tradition.
Rein & Beau, the Greatest Danes and spokesmodels for The Rein Coat send out their Christmas wishes on Facebook 2015. Their videos were viewed on Facebook by over 35,000 friends and shared from east coast to west coast, in Canada and Europe and all over the globe. Listen to their message to find out ways that you can help them – help those, who need it the most.
The Chance Foundation & Country Club Kennels
Selected by The Rein Coat as the #1 Boarding, Shelter and Training Facility
(located in Northern Virginia, near the D.C. area)
The Chance Foundation helps homeless, neglected, abused and/or abandoned dogs. While the dogs are in our care, we give them housing, food, vaccinations, spaying/neutering and any medical care they may need.
We give them plenty of love and attention and work on improving their socialization skills and obedience training in hopes that it will help them find their perfect match with a loving home. Every dog we have taken in so far has made great strides of improvement regarding their temperament, socialization, training and general well-being. We take in as many dogs as we can afford to at any given time. If you or someone you know is interested in a loving companion, please look at the dogs we have available. The adoption process and information is below. (pictured: some Chance alumni)
If you would like to help, but cannot adopt a dog at this time, monetary and other donations are always needed and greatly appreciated. Please use the “Donate” button on the right of the website to make a tax deductible gift that will go towards medical and other care of these special dogs. Some of the supplies that make great donations are: leashes, food (wet & dry), treats/biscuits and bedding.
Country Club Kennels & Training
also a part of the Chance Foundation
Country Club Kennels & Training is a one-of-a-kind boarding and training facility with locations in Fauquier and Orange County, Virginia. Depending on whether your pet’s visit is for boarding or training, we provide:
- Personalized, Loving Care for Your Special Pet
- Luxurious boarding accommodations in a stress-free country environment where fun, games, exercise, love and attention abound
- Private one-on-one lessons tailored toward you and your dog’s specific needs
- A comprehensive 2-week obedience training program using positive reinforcement methods while also working on socialization skills. This books quickly and availability is limited.
You no longer have to feel guilty when you go on vacation and can’t take your pet with you. Now your loved one can go on their own vacation at Country Club Kennels & Training! We offer a unique alternative to standard boarding kennels. The Fauquier location, owned and operated by Carla Nammack, is situated on 45 peaceful, country acres in southern Fauquier County. The Locust Grove/Orange County location is owned and operated by Austin and Linda Nammack. Both facilities focus on quality over quantity. Make reservations early as we book quickly.
Our number of guests are limited so we provide each of our special friends with all the time, attention and pampering anyone could possibly want. In addition to generous amounts of outdoor playtime (6-7x per day at no additional charge) … we offer additional services and activities like Pool Parties, Nature Walks, Pond Trips, Massage, Grooming and Taxi Service. Visit our Boarding/Reservations/Rates/Activities tab for details.
Our customers have spoken! We’ve been rated ‘Superior’ by Washington Consumer’s Checkbook! Thanks to all who have been taking part in their annual surveys. Once again, we’ve been ranked amongst the best!
Beau the Great Dane and head of The Rein Coat’s PR department visited this fabulous facility to sniff around and get the real scoop.
Owners and Pets Love The Rein Coat®
Hi, I have just gotten my Rein coat for my baby girl. She is a 10.5 year old baby. Blind on her left eye. Recently she is gradually losing her right eye too. She is now aggressive towards strangers’ hand coming towards her. Barking growling and snapping is the norm now. Rein coat helps to calm her down and brings more security in her.
It also helps her during thunderstorms which used to send her shivering and cowering. It was heartbreaking. Thank you for such a great invention. It has helped us tremendously. We will be doing the same review in our page to share with others. Btw, did we mention we are all the way from Singapore?
Absolutely LOVE the coat! Not only is it beautifully made and gorgeous, but it works! Our Aidan has serious anxiety and aggression toward other dogs. Yesterday we went on our first stress free walk in years! Thank you!!!!
Abe, my ten year old lab mix. Abe does not have storm anxiety. In fact, he snores right through them. Abe’s anxiety surrounds three specific things: nightly walks, the baby gate and my son. As he has aged, he just doesn’t feel like going on evening pack walks.
He has always been nervous around the baby gate; overly cautious to approach it and sometimes freezes midway through. And with my three year old son, whose actions can be fast and unpredictable, Abe does a lot of lip smacking (sign of nerves) and watching his back. Introducing The Rein Coat however, has eased Abe’s nerves in all three situations.
Jenn FThe Pack Mom
My Jack Russell terrier had always been anxious when asked to climb in my plane and go flying with me. I bought a Rein Coat for him because he is afraid of thunderstorms and wearing the coat allows him to ignore the storms. Now he wears it on the plane and enjoys flying the friendly skies. It has made a remarkable difference.
JohnIn Roanoke, VA
I have had the opportunity to try the Rein Coat on a couple of different dogs after being supplied with samples of the product. In both cases, the dogs were apprehensive of thunderstorms and loud noises (specifically, fireworks). In one case, besides the noise phobia, the dog was also somewhat apprehensive of strange people. The Rein Coat worked well in both instances, making both dogs less anxious and more confident.
The Rein Coat fits loosely, which was a concern with one of these dogs as well. We had tried one of the calming wrap products but the dog did not like the tight fit, which essentially caused him simply to freeze in place and refuse to move. The Rein Coat did not produce this reaction but instead allowed him to move freely and comfortably without restriction.
The combination of the harness and coat work together to place gentle pressure on the back of the neck, causing the release of oxytocin. Oxytocin in turn acts to calm the fears of an anxious dog, much as it does for a puppy in response to the mother dog’s handling.
The Rein Coat is not designed to sedate or to otherwise change the personality of the dog. Instead, it acts by stimulating the release of a natural hormone (oxytocin). As such, it is a perfectly safe product that is also comfortable for the dog and stylish too.
Certified Veterinary Journalist (CVJ) 014 Pet Industry Woman of the Year Award Finalist Recipient of the Winn Feline Foundation Media Appreciation Award Author – Labrador Retrievers: How to Be Your Dog’s Best Friend Founder – Pet Health Care Gazette
We have noticed a sense of calm with our three dogs when they are wearing the coats. The ease of putting on the coats and the quality are other things we like about the coats.
ChuckIn Madison, WI
I took Buddy to the vet recently for his shots. I put his Rein Coat on him because I was by myself and he is a fish on a hook/leash when he goes to the vet. They have to put him to sleep to check him over and give him his shots you know. Anyway, we got to the exam room waiting for the doctor, and he was nervous but still calm. Vet came in and noted the coat and asked what kind of coat was it and I told him. He asked if Buddy was afraid of bad weather and told him no. Fireworks yes, all four are. Then he asked if it worked, and I said it did today so far. I then took the coat off for the tech to take Buddy to the back and he went bonkers. Luckily the vet was still standing there and asked him, “did you see that?” and he said YES!
Murray B.Jax, FL
To all of my friends who have doggies (all shapes and sizes) who sometimes get anxious during thunderstorms, visits to the vets, etc. I have found the most AMAZING product, the Rein Coat. My little Cissy would get terrified at the sound of thunder and we tried every product in the world but nothing worked. Then came the Rein Coat.
It has the most calming effect I’ve ever seen. Now, during thunderstorms she just takes a nap because she is so relaxed. I love this product because it is drug-free and doesn’t change Cissy’s personality at all. It just keeps her from getting scared to death. If you have a dog with anxiety issues, I strongly recommend checking out The Rein Coat.com., This really is a wonderful product and Cissy is soooo glad I found it.
The coats are amazing. My favorite thing about the coats is they work for all three of my dogs’ body types, don’t restrict their movements and can withstand the elements.
AllisonIn Muscatine, IA
My Lady Girl has serious separation and loud noise anxiety. I tried another brand of fear quencher and she just Houdinied herself right out of it. The Rein Coat is light-weight and does not squeeze into the dog. Lady is not a lover of tight huggies either!!
I would recommend your Rein Coat to anyone who needs to calm down a nervous doggy. Thank you for saving mine and Lady’s nerves.