Sweaters, Jackets, Coats and Blankets for Dogs | Jeffers Pet
110 Items - Keep warm in style with dog sweaters, raincoats, jackets and hoodies.
My dog Victor has more coats than I do. I’m particularly fond of Kurgo Loft Coat because it fits well and has a zipper for access to his harness. Also he’s got a Chilly Dog sweater with bees on it that’s too cute for words.
All our winter dog coats and sweaters are specially crafted to fit the dog comfortably. We will help you choose the right size and do minor alterations for free.
Designer Clothing for Dogs - Sweaters and Coats for Dogs
Dec 15, 2015 - Sweaters and coats for dogs aren't just for fashion
However, large breeds who don’t have thin, short-haired coats do not need jackets. Siberian Huskies, Saint Bernards, German Shepherds — these dogs have coats biologically designed to keep them warm in the winter, and an additional jacket or sweater will only add to their discomfort. : This was the first coat I found that could contain Birdie’s bust line with ease. No Velcro busting to be found with this baby. Both of my dogs have the fleece-lined Trench style coats. On really cold days, Boogie will wear his Chilly Dog sweater underneath and this coat on top. But most of the time, the coat alone does the trick for him when he’s out in the snow. Boogie is a size 6, Birdie is a size 5 in this coat.It's easy to see why canines with short coats would appreciate some extra protection from the cold — you wouldn't be very happy venturing out into a snowstorm with just a light jacket, would you? Coats and sweaters are a great idea for short-coated dogs and breeds with thin body types, like and , or hairless dogs like the . : The next time I have to buy a coat for a dog, this is what I’m going to get. I used to work in a pet store that sold Apache River and on the coldest days these simple coats would fly off the shelves. Made by folks who also make horse blankets, these fully lined fleece coats are very warm and they fit dogs so well. I highly recommend them for any shaped dog. Like sweaters, they slip over the head, so there’s no Velcro strap across their chest to bust open. And the extra coverage up front is good for cold climates where every exposed inch counts. There’s a ton of stretch in these snug coats (think Spanx for dogs), so what fits in the front, will also fit in the waist. Plus, they make x-long versions for wiener dogs. What up!