Winter may be here in Game of Thrones, but it is still coming in the real world. As summer draws to a close, we think you’d love to know what dog coats will be best for your dogs this autumn and winter, so we compiled a list of the best in their respective categories.
Hurtta Outdoor Torrent Coat: £44.64-60.19 (Animal Direct)
With a water-resistant layer made of outdoor fabric to deal with harsh conditions, and a breathable mesh lining for your dog’s comfort, Hurtta have created the perfect balance between performance and comfort. It also has 3M reflectors for visibility at night.
Danish Design 2in1 Dog Coat: £13.29-24.29 (Pet-supermarket)
The perfect affordable substitute for the Hurtta Outdoor Torrent Coat, the Danish Design Ultimate 2in1 Dog Coat is perfect all-year round. It is already waterproof and windproof, but the attachable fleece lining for extra warmth is perfect for the transition from autumn to winter.
Hurtta Collection Ultimate Warmer: £30.99-38.99 (Hyperdrug)
The thermal insulation is the main selling point for this coat, but with other credentials such as waterproof and breathable lining in the materials, smooth material for freedom of movement and dimensions built for protecting the most important muscle groups (such as a high collar, protective front and long rear protection), it’s hard to argue against this being the best dog coat on the planet right now. It also comes with the customary 3M reflectors for nighttime visibility.
Cosipet Quilted Step-In Suit: £10.99-15.99 (petplanet)
This robust all-in-one jacket is great for giving full protection against cold conditions with full body cover. And at only a fraction of the price of most of its competitors, it is a steal.
Weatherbeeta Windbreaker 420D Deluxe: £12.99
When it comes to windbreakers, the Weatherbeeta Windbreaker 420D Deluxe is no match for any of its competitors. Its tough and durable denier fabric is great for windy conditions, and it comes full circle with fleeced inner layer and a showerproof outer coating. At only £12.99 too, there really is no value option to this product. It’s probably the best value on the market today!
Dog fashion has become more prominent in recent years, so we thought that we owe you a section on fashion, so here are the best coats and styles for autumn/winter 2017.
Barbour Waterproof Tartan Dog Coat: £42.46 (Country Attire)
Pupa Churros Winter Denim Dog Vest: £20.36-25.45 (Etsy)
Ruffwear Quinzee: £67.98-78.47 (Fetch)
Barbour Quilted Dog Coat: £37.95 (Barbour)
Hopefully you’ve seen what you came for, but if not, head over to the websites mentioned in this article and you might be able to see some coats you think your dog will like even more!