The Best Winter Dog Jackets: 2018

The Best Winter Dog Jackets: 2018

Do you live in a very cold climate? Do you walk your dog in snow, sleet, freezing rain, or sub-zero temperatures? Check out these super warm, durable, comfortable winter dog coats.

I tested the winter dog jackets for warmth, water resistance, and the ability to put them on and take them off a dog easily. I also looked for comfort – the fit and fabric that best allowed ease of movement for active dogs. Most of the products I reviewed are pricey. Admittedly, I wasn’t looking for a bargain. If you’re out with your dog in a seriously cold winter climate, you need serious gear.

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