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Winter Dog Coats

Winter is here and while the Huskies rejoice, fine-coated dogs huddle by the fire. But since pets need regular exercise, don’t let the frosty weather keep you cooped up indoors. Here are the best dog clothes online for your toy dog to make winter romps fun. cheap dog clothing

 

RuffWear: Snowball fetch, anyone? RuffWear offers insulated soft-shell coats with foreleg sleeves for dogs who love to romp in the snow, and a variety of durable performance fabrics for active dogs. RuffWear also makes insulated winter booties to keep your pup’s paws warm in snowy or icy conditions. RuffWear is made with pride in Oregon, where outdoor winter playtime is just as important as summer playtime!



Chilly Dogs: If anyone knows winter, it’s Canadians. Chilly Dogs outerwear is made in Canada and they even feature a winter coat called the Great White North that’s rated at -30 degrees C (not that we recommend you take your toy dog out in that weather… but if your dog tends to be on the chilly side, this coat will do the trick). And if you want a head/ear warmer for your pup… yep, Chilly Dogs has them!

Dover Saddlery: Dover Saddlery may be an equestrian’s go-to for horsey outerwear, but they have a great selection of insulated coats and rainsheets for dogs. Whether you just want to keep your pup warm, or protect them from wet snow or freezing rain, you can find dog coats that come with belly wraps, insulation and even… a faux beaver fur-lined dress wool jacket for special occasions.

Best Dog Coats

Hurtta Dog Coats for Winter

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Hurtta: If you want a winter coat with full legs for maximum protection, check out the Casual Quilted Overall and Hurtta’s selection of insulated and slip-resistant winter booties. Mmm… toasty! Hurtta originated in Finland – also known as the Frozen North – so they know their stuff! Best Winter dog coats. buy dog clothing

Foggy Mountain Dog Coats: “Extra Small” doesn’t always work if you have a hard-to-fit breed like a Dachshund, Frenchie or Whippet. Foggy Mountain makes breed-specific outerwear including an awesome nylon insulated turnout jacket that can withstand the worst weather.

Blue Willow Dog Coats: If you want handmade, here you go: Susan Couzin can make a winter coat to fit any dog, based not only on your pooch’s shape, but also the climate and activity you’ll be enjoying together.  best dog clothes

 

Best Dog Boots

Doggy Booties

 

URBEST Dog Booties: Chihuahua-sized UGG-style booties? Yes! Cute and functional for frosty weather. They are not waterproof, but you can spray them with silicone to increase water repellency.

KONG Neoprene Booties: warm, high-top, waterproof, slip-resistant… what more can you ask for, from the company that makes that most delightful peanut-butter-fillable chew toy? Best Winter dog boots.

Pawz Water-Proof Dog Boot: I use these for my dogs. They work great in snow and rain. I also use them in the Summer for hot pavement.

Now you’re out of reasons not to take your toy dog for a walk this winter 🙂 Let’s go outside and jump in a snow pile! ?

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  1. OMG I love the dog booties. I’ve never seen those before. And the doggy snowsuit is brilliant! I am glad I don’t have to walk my cat so I don’t have to wrestle her into some clothes…I can’t imagine she’d be compliant although I can say now for sure she’d look adorable in them.

    • I’d love to see a cat dressed up! I’m sure there are some people that do that (torture) their cats, ha ha. Thanks for the comment 🐾

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