Summer is officially over and the colder months are here. ❄️
As the mornings get chilly, it’s more likely your dog will need an extra layer of protection from the elements, especially younger dogs and shorthaired breeds.
Our range of dog coats vary from simple stylish lightweight jackets to far more robust waterproof and windproof-padded coats.
Whatever your breed of dog, we are bound to have something that works as we have a range of different styles and sizes suitable for the tiny Chihuahua and Toy Breeds all the way up to huge Great Danes!
TIPS FOR CHOOSING THE RIGHT DOG JACKET
Choose the right dog coat according to its functionality, weather and your breed as we have many styles of dog coats available. Everything from waterproof fleece lined padded jackets, hooded rain macs and cotton jumpers.
This Cotton Adidog Hoodie is perfect for those colder dry days. Available in Small - 9XL
This lightweight yet completely waterproof jacket is great for those windy wet walks and suitable for all breeds.
These fleece lined waterproof Dog Jackets with built in Harness were one of the most popular dog coats in 2020 and looks like 2021 won't be any different. Available in 8 sizes.
If you want to keep it simple, then this see through raincoat is the answer. Lightweight and easy to put on / take off!
2) CORRECT FIT
Make sure to choose a dog coat that fits your dog properly by taking measurements and using the size chart provided for each product before you order.. A loose fit will kill the purpose of insulation.
See our Size guide for tips on how to choose the right fit.
Remember you can always included your pets measurements with your order for us to double check your size or feel free to send us an email if you want some advice.
If you live in a region where it always seems to be raining, choose a dog jacket with a waterproof coating to keep your dog dry. We have several styles which are all waterproof and suitable for all sizes.
4) IT'S USE
Don’t make your dog wear a dog coat just for a fashion statement, only if they need it as they can make the dog feel suffocated and overheat if it’s not required. Young and short haired breeds are more susceptible to the cold.