This coat’s durable upper panel is both waterproof and windproof protecting dogs from rain, snow and frigid winds. The coated, four-way stretch lower panel material provides excellent coverage that sheds water, snow and dirt. Lining both the upper and lower panels inside the coat is a warm fleece layer that retains the dog’s core body heat to keep them warm for extended winter outings
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Your dog will undoubtedly look fetching to you in whatever jacket you choose, but the only thing she’ll notice is whether she’s comfy and cozy. So what’s the best material for dog coats? Wool may be warm, but it’s also itchy. Above all, it can be difficult to wash; a poly blend is a better choice. If you live in a snowy or wet-weather region, choose a water-resistant or waterproof dog jacket. And a fleece lining sweetens the deal: it’s warm and comforting.
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These coats are hand-crafted, custom made dog coats from Wisconsin, USA. Susan Couzin, the owner, can make a coat to fit any dog! Their signature coat, the Snow Angel, is made of a waterproof and breathable material and a PolarTec fleece lining – four times more wind resistance than standard polar fleece. What makes them unique is they have a layer in-between those two that is made of 8.5-ounce quilt batting. This makes a big difference in cutting through wind-chill. She can make whatever style you wish and you get to choose the type of neck, tummy warmer, harness openings, and there are even options for extra warmth. Check out her coats at
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Waterproof Reversible Dog Jacket Designer Warm Plaid Winter Dog Coats Pet Clothes Elastic Small to Large Dog Clothes Winter - Tap the pin for the most adorable pawtastic fur baby apparel! You'll love the dog clothes and cat clothes!Many winter dog coats are lined with real or synthetic fleece, providing an extra layer of warmth when compared to a waterproof dog vest. Look for that protect exposed, sensitive areas: the neck, underbelly and chest. Some pups will tolerate dog coats with hoods, while others absolutely refuse to wear them. The most important thing is that your pet is comfortable. After all, isn’t that the point of dog clothes? Be sure to select high-quality materials that dry quickly and are cozy for winter weather.