Does Your Dog Need a Winter Coat?
Temperatures drop day by day as the colder days draw nearer. walking with your dog every day would be uncomfortable for you and the canine, especially in the early morning or evening. when you feel cold, you will put on warm cloth. have you ever thought about getting a dog winter coat for your dog? dogs can also get cold, but not all dog breeds need a coat, so when you get your dog snowsuit, consider the following factors: outdoor temperature, dog breed, and dog size. all in all, it is essential to choose more warm and comfortable dog winter clothing. ThinkPet dog winter coat with double fleece layers for extra warmth and an elastic chest for comfort.
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Really nice coat - I would give it a five if he was a female. As it is, it’s about an inch or two long on the underside even with the little cutout. I am going to try and modify it so the underside is a bit shorter. The rest of the coat fits well and works great with his harness.
We were so happy to finally find a quality dog jacket that could be worn together with a harness. The jacket and the mesh harness - both from ThinkPet - are just perfect. They are both very well made - the jacket is large enough to cover our dog fully with room to be comfortable. The velcro makes the fit adjustable which is great. The jacket has an opening along the back with a dual zipper so you can easily reach in and pull out the harness attachment so you can clip on a leash easily. We are so thrilled with both of these items. Highly recommend!
She obviously looks fabulous and I'm very happy with the coat. Just FYI she is on medium/small side for a beagle 26 lbs and XL JUST fit. we probably could have done 2X for some extra length. All in all very happy with the warmth, comfortability, and quality. She doesn't mind wearing it despite the side eye ;)
My dog is a short-furred spoiled brat that almost always refuses to go outside when it’s raining. This coat has definitely helped with that and on rainy walks, has succeeded in keeping him dry. I figure it’s doing it’s job to keep him warm enough, as he doesn’t seem to fuss while we’re out with it, but I usually put him in something warmer and with more cover for the colder and snowy walks.
As for ease of use- it’s not super easy to put on my guy, as he fights and plays when we try to out anything on him. The Velcro is very strong. But it also catches and sticks easily, which adds to some of the difficulty putting it on the dog.
Overall, I’m not upset. The coat works for the weather level I needed it for, and it does not appear to irritate the dog. I do like that it doesn’t appear to drift back on him and “choke” him like most sweaters tend to do. So that’s a plus as well.