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Cool Dog Sweaters

Baby, it's cold outside! When the chill is in the air, your pup needs a dog sweater for those daily walks. Whether a turtleneck or hoodie, sleeved or sleeveless, we have got your style. We even have dog sweater dresses for those little ladies who prefer to always look glam!

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Bear Hooded Dog Sweater

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Bunny Hop Hooded Dog Sweater

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Cable Hooded Dog Sweater

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Cow Hooded Dog Sweater

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Dino Hooded Dog Sweater

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Fox Cardigan Dog Sweater

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Pig Cardigan Dog Sweater

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Rainbow Heart Dog Sweater

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Red Plaid Dog Sweater

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Reindeer Cardigan Dog Sweater

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Santa Cardigan Dog Sweater

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Shark Cardigan Dog Sweater

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Sheep Hooded Dog Sweater

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Snowman Hooded Dog Sweater

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Tan Plaid Dog Sweater

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Is the weather getting colder outside? Are you really interested in cold-weather outdoor activities? Or, are you going to a winter wonderland destination with your fur babies? As you bundle up for the colder weather, make sure to keep your pets warm with custom made dog sweaters as well.

Most people assume that, just because a dog already has a relatively thick coat, they are already immune to colder weather and environments. Well, that could not be further from the truth.

Some breeds are indeed built for colder temperatures, such as St. Bernard, Siberian Husky, and Alaskan Malamute, but smaller breeds, such as the Dachshund, Chihuahua, and Maltese, are not built the same way. Senior dogs are also more susceptible to hypothermia or frostbite because their bodies are just not as strong as they used to be.

Just like how humans need an extra layer of protection from the cold, one of the best ways to keep your pets warm is to clothe them with extra warm dog sweaters. Not only will these sweaters serve as their protection from extreme cold, but they can even show off their unique personalities through your chosen color and design.

So, whether you are about to travel with your beloved pets to a colder place or simply walk them around your neighborhood, always remember to check if they are comfortable and not experiencing any signs of early hypothermia, such as shivering, rapid breathing, and cold limbs. If they start to show these symptoms, it might be time for them to put on an adorable, high-quality dog sweater.

Your pets are always there to protect you, so make sure to protect them especially during the colder seasons too.

Cold weather protection

For humans, the colder weather requires a different wardrobe and, sometimes, an entirely new environment setup. This same situation is true for your pets too. Know more about how your pet dogs deal with colder surroundings and what you can do to help them with the questions below:

Do dogs get cold in winter?

Dogs are warm-blooded animals that do feel cold during the colder months. Although some breeds have thicker coats and a few are really accustomed to cold temperatures, there are still months when your dogs will feel cold—winter and fall in particular. When you live in places that get extremely cold during some parts of the year, it might be best if you invest in high-quality clothing for your dogs to keep them warm and not settle for cheap dog sweaters or coats that may look cute, but do not actually serve their purpose.

How can I tell if my dog is cold?

If you yourself are feeling extra cold, chances are your dogs are feeling the chill in the air as well. To know if your fur babies are cold and if it is time to fit them in a dog sweater, watch out for these early signs of hypothermia:

  • Shivering
  • Cold ears and feet
  • Rapid breathing
  • Increase in urination
  • Fur standing on end
  • Has ice on their body
  • Whining or acting anxiously

How can I keep my dog warm in winter?

If you see your beloved pets displaying most of the signs of early hypothermia, it might be time to bring them indoors where it is relatively warmer. Once you get your pets inside, it is important to wipe down their bodies and paws to keep their blood circulating. Also, consider dressing them up with warm clothing, such as dog sweaters and coats, as well as booties, which fit them well.

Dog sweater fitting

Keeping your beloved pets warm during the colder season must be one of your priorities. Although there are many ways to do this, one of the most practical and efficient methods is to dress them up with warm dog sweaters that are made with good quality materials, such as those from Bitch New York.

Know more about why dogs need sweaters and how you can find the best style for them.

Do dogs really need sweaters?

Although a dog’s coat may give them some protection from the ever-changing weather, it is still not enough especially for smaller puppies and senior dogs. This is why they must still have dog sweaters that provide them the extra warmth that they need for utmost comfort.

How should a sweater fit a dog?

Just like with humans, a dog’s sweater should fit them just right. It should not be too loose, or else, they might injure themselves while wearing it. It should not be too tight either because it could impede their mobility.

The perfect puppy sweater for your pet would be one that is snug enough that it will not bother them as they go about their day, but will still keep them warm and feeling cozy if it gets too cold.

How do you measure a dog for a sweater?

Custom sweaters for dogs fit differently depending on the design, but most of them will require you to measure your dog’s body length, neck size, and chest girth. Other designs may also require you to measure the legs for the sleeves, the neck for the collar, and the placement of the leash hole. Every designer offered on Bitch New York has its own size chart, so refer to each individual size chart for measuring and sizing information.

Can dogs sleep in sweaters?

Always remove sweaters/clothing before your dog sleeps or without adult supervision. Allowing them to go to sleep inside your house with a sweater on may actually make them overheat which will pose a new set of problems.

Featured products

There are many dog sweaters to choose from, that it can get quite overwhelming to find the perfect fit for your fur baby. Here are a few from Bitch New York that you can check out to start off your search:

Barkingham Grey Hoodie Dog Sweater

Do you have a go-to cable knit sweater that you just love to wear on colder days? With the hand made Barkingham Grey dog sweater, it is now possible for your fur baby to match with you! It even comes with a hood to keep their little ears protected and is finished with beautiful hand-dyed grey buttons.

Beary Merry Christmas Dog Sweater

Make your dog feel extra warm on Christmas with the Beary Merry Christmas dog sweater. This is a custom-knitted dog sweater with sleeves created with shabby yarn that makes it extra soft. Each purchase comes with a Christmas gift of a plush teddy bear dog toy with a squeaker that any playful pet will enjoy.

Julie Handknit Dog Sweater

All of your neighbors will fall in love with your pet on Valentine’s Day with this handknit Julie dog sweater. It is made with alpaca wool for extra softness and buttons for easy fitting. It can also be customized to become a dog sweater with a hood, sleeves, and a hole for the leash.

Pro tips

Finding the best dog sweater is just one of the many ways to really take care of your furry friends. Here are other great tips to ensure that your dogs are living their best possible life under your care:

First Steps in Canine Education: Training your dog may sound difficult and overwhelming, but this article explains that it is not as hard as you might have been led to believe. Read more about how to start your pet’s canine education and what you can do to help ease this process.

Canine Manners: How to Be a Conscientious Dog Owner: Are you a first-time dog owner? Know more about the tips and tricks of doggy etiquette, so you and your fur baby can have the best possible relationship. This way, you will not find yourself in any mishap with your neighbors in the future.

Paws and Claws Baby!: Sometimes, a good spa day is just what you need to relax and unwind. This article explains why your pets may need their own spa days too! This can be done by using aromatherapy scents to fully relax your pets or by getting nails done with easy-to-apply dog pawdicure polish pens.

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