Here are some things you should consider before making your final decision!
Make sure the coat is not too warm for your dog. If you put on a winter coat that's too heavy on your dog, it can actually have negative effects causing your dog to sweat underneath which could make them sick. It might be better to put two lighter coats on your dog instead.
Think about how much time you will spend outdoors with your dog during the winter months and consider what kind of activities you like to do together, and then choose a coat that is suitable for those kinds of things. For example if you love going jogging in the snow with your pup, it's important that you get a coat that will keep your dog safe and warm when you do.
Measure your dog's length, neck circumference and chest circumference before buying a winter coat because it needs to fit perfectly for safety reasons. If there is too much space between the collar of the jacket and your pup's body, he or she might be able to slip out of it.
Make sure the dog winter coat you choose is made from a safe material that won't irritate your dogs skin or make them sick, for example by causing allergies. Some coats are treated with chemicals to prevent fleas and ticks which can be extremely harmful to our pets if they come in contact with their skin. Always check the materials of the suit before buying one or ask a professional for more information.
If you still have any questions, just call us and we will be happy to help you find a perfect outfit for your pup.